Retail Fix

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Makers | Goods | Hot Spots

Retail therapy found. Pop into pOpshelf—think if Target met Five Below (short pause for finding the Promise Land)—which just popped on the scene in Pleasant Valley. If you need us we’ll be “pOpshelf run and done…” 6129 Glenwood Ave.

You glow, girl. Luxe clean beauty boutique AILLEA is helping you clean up your skincare act with Indie Lee’s nature-meets-science products—aka this super-clean high-performance cream serving up the benefits of retinol (Hey, firmness! Bye, wrinkles and fine lines!) sans the drawbacks. Better still: Catch owner Indie Lee in person May 19 to “Spring Clean Your Skincare Routine” (think DIY facials and sip and shop with Lee herself). Space is limited—grab your spot. 2032 Cameron St.

Not to be corny but we’re pretty pumped new independent film theater Lotus Cinemas has popped on the scene—featuring niche films by up-and-coming and award-winning foreign and domestic cinematographers via an unrivaled 360-degree sensory experience, plus concessions, natch. Um, pass the popcorn! 1140 Parkside Main St., Cary

We know. Mosquitos suck. But no need to get incensed about them… just get incense—and support local via Murphy’s Naturals natural, safe and DEET-free mosquito-repellent incense sticks. 1053 E. Whitaker Mill Road, Ste. 115

Local is the new black. So swap Walmart for small-mart with eclectic-cool Keel & Company, where midcentury and postmodern design collide across a mix of art, heirloom furniture, decor and other unique finds. 111 Old Williamson Road

Who run the world?! … Woman-owned and family-operated Kenda Kist Jewelry artfully handforges the finest responsibly sourced gemstones and precious metals for a beautiful line that blends trending and timeless—and takes you from boardroom to bar without missing a beat. 901 N. West St.

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