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Skin Care Review: Lathene

by kendell youngs


Decrease wrinkles, improve texture of skin.

Price, but lasts a LONG time and WORKS!

Ran across this product line at the dermotologist (but you can buy direct too). An all natural line which is 99% pure--no chemicals! My skin literally 'drinks' it in. Never had products which absorbed so well. this has made me sensitive to what is actually going into my body to see how the skin soaks in this product. The essential oils used make it a wonderful experience to apply. Line was created by 2 nurses who worked at Johns Hopkins Burn Center. Start with their samples, and then be hooked like me. SO glad to have discovered this line. I would by stock if they offered it!

Best products I have ever tried. This and acupuncture on face have turned my skin around!

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