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New Anti-Aging Serum Collection

These anti-aging, ultra hydrating serums address the particular needs of your skin; targeting multiple concerns that repair, restore and hydrate - for glowing, radiant, more youthful looking skin.

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Stem Cell Cream by Clinicians Complex

This unique cream with high potency Green Apple stem cells, is formulated specifically to protect and refresh your own skin stem cells. As a result, it promotes the self-renewal capacity of the skin and helps in tightening of sagging skin and postpones lines and wrinkles. It will increase the soothing and defensive properties of the skin.

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Why is milk + honey Cream Deodorant different?

by Customer Service

First, let's break down the difference between deodorants and antiperspirants. Deodorants are developed to mask odors and use synthetic fragrances to camouflage body odor and can sometimes leave your underarms feeling wet.

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The Dos And Don'ts Of Using Eye Cream

by Taelor Averhoff

Should you actually be putting eye cream on all willy nilly, or is there an objectively superior application method? The truth is...slightly complicated.

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Why you need Clinical Formula BP Pumice Cleanser to clear acne!

by Customer Service

The Clinical Formula BP Pumice Cleanser is an excellent acne, blemish cleanser for the face, neck and back. It contains 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide which is a proven antibacterial active. Benzoyl peroxide is great for killing bacteria.

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Aloe Vera Gel for Acne Sufferers - Speeds Healing and Reduces Scarring!

by Customer Service

Most important for acne sufferers is the ability to speed healing which reduces scarring. This is a priority for anyone suffering from acne.

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Never Combine Hydroquinone with Benzoyl Peroxide or Resorcinol

by Customer Service 2 Comments

Use of hydroquinone with any products containing benzoyl peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, or other peroxides may cause temporary staining of the skin.

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