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Home face masks

For each type of skin – there are individual recipes for masks. Home masks can have a moisturizing, emollient, nutritious, and cleansing effect. With a
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Facial skin care

Compared to other organs of the human body, skin is significantly more exposed to the environmental factors. Sunlight, polluted atmosphere, hard water and various other
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Breast surgery

Many young women dream of enlarging their breasts. Modern medicine can help you make this dream come true by getting breast implants. Breast surgery is
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Clay face masks

Cleansing Mask Ingredients: kaolin (white) clay; a small apple; 1/2 lemon. Preparation: gently grate an apple, make a pulp of white clay and squeeze the
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Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy entails numerous injections of vitamins, homeopathic and pharmaceutical operations, as well as plant extracts into subcutaneous fat. Mesotherapy was developed in 1952 by the
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