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  1. Does anybody have any advice about Japanese or Korean skin care. Apparently from what I am hearing on beauty forums, they have amazing products. But I don't know which products or companies are best to look at. TIA.
  2. Hi ladies, I've been struggling with fine lines and bags around the eyes for years until I found that one product that make a difference:http://www.ry.com.au/freeze-frame-with-inhibox-10ml-p-4572.html Such a lifesaver but must say not the cheapest one. Results have shown to last for couple of hours, I would say maybe for 6-7 hours. I usually apply it at night or even during day time on no-makeup days. I wanted to share this with you because I want to postpone cosmetic surgery as much as possible. To be honest, I have am scared of pain and the image of going under the knife is freaking me out.
  3. Lying on a beach in Mykonos (😁) and I'm staring at my knees. I've had stretch marks on them since puberty. I know they are very old & treatments aren't as successful as fresh stretchies, but was wondering if anyone had any luck fading them, even if it's just a minimal difference
  4. Hi, I'm in my mid 20s and want to start looking after my skin a little better. I have an uneven skin-tone, rosacea, dark freckles and fine lines but the main thing I want to work on is the dark circles under my eyes that I've had since I was a child. Where should I start? Should I see a dermatologist? Or go to a skin clinic like Clear Skin Clinics? Or maybe straight to a Plastic Surgeon to look into restylane. I eat healthy, low salt diet, wear an SPF moisturiser every day, don't smoke, drink my weight in water, pretty much all of the basic things you should do already. Just looking to up my skin game. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
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