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Sabi Phagura looks at Gypsy Juice Moroccan Rose Hair oil by Sommer Elston

The majority of skincare products available to us today are often filled with chemicals, solvents, dyes, alcohol, preservatives and pesticides. Many of these can be harmful to us as well as some of the animals they are tested on. And when you think our skin is our largest organ, it's rather...

Published on February 3 2013, 19:46

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