Berg, Rona
July 2012
Organic Spa Magazine;Jul2012, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p23
The article presents 10 tips to care for the skin. It notes that enhanced hydration can be provided by light emitting diode (LED) phototherapy. It states that cell depletion and parchment can be prevented by the drinking of water. It mentions that skin discoloration and swelling can be reduced by peptides.


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