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cerave in the tub (review, and how it got the name)
Product Reviews 2 years ago

CeraVe In The Tub: Review & How it Got The Name

CeraVe in the tub – AKA CeraVe moisturizing cream – has become a cult favorite. The cream (which, as you might’ve guessed, comes in a tub) is a holy grail product for many people.
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Best Products for Oily Skin and Large Pores
Oily Skin 2 years ago

7 Best Products for Oily Skin and Large Pores

Besides acne, oily skin and large pores are two of the most common skin complaints. While they don’t have negative effects on your health, they can be flat out annoying. Large pores can be unsightly, and oily skin can be uncomfortably greasy.
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Does Chlorine Help Acne
Acne 2 years ago

Does Chlorine Help Acne?

Anyone with acne-prone skin might notice a change in their complexion after a day of swimming around in a chlorinated pool. Some will notice that their skin looks less red, and that bumps seem to be retreating. This leads many people to ask: does chlorine help acne?
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Does Lack of Sleep Cause Acne
Acne 2 years ago

Does Lack of Sleep Cause Acne?

Getting enough sleep every night is hard. We’re all busy, and often it is much more tempting to sacrifice a few hours of sleep than to regularly stick to a strict sleep schedule. Unfortunately, your sleeping habits may have more of an effect on your skin than you might think. 
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mad hippie vitamin c serum review
Product Reviews 2 years ago

Mad Hippie Eye Cream Review

There is a good chance that, if you have an interest in skincare, you’ve heard of the natural skincare brand Mad Hippie. It has has risen in popularity over the past few years, quickly becoming a favorite among skincare fans.
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best products to use while on accutane
Product Reviews 2 years ago

8 Best Products to Use While on Accutane

Accutane is a serious drug, and it is important to curate a selection of beneficial products before starting the treatment. The key is to use gentle, hydrating, and non-irritating skincare products.
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