Homemade product is always the first choise of all in the skin care product. So I shall try it defenately. I also try to get new ideas on this matter. But I use the obagi skin care brand. That product is almost like a natural based. It is a clinical approved product. So it never damages my skin till the day.View Thread
I read all the discussion of you and Dr. Tareen. I am really pleased to read it. This is very common matter of skin in our life but we have not proper idea about it that how to treat this. So this is very helpful for all. As a reader your information is great for skin treatment. Thank you so so much for giving more information.View Thread
Under eye bags- circles is a very common in your age. You do not tell one thing that is you depressed for any reason? If it is not true then this dark circle showed for your skin problem. As you say you sleep well in night so you can try a good skin care product like obagi nu derm kit. It also works for your aging problems. So try it for best result in few days. For more details visit on skinvogue[dot>comView Thread
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