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There’s been a lot of talk lately about superfoods for your face. I want to try some turmeric etc infused products but wanted to know if they are safe. What do you think about this movement? Do you know of some safe and affordable products I can get? I live in PE.

Submitted by on 9 July 2018

Answer

Hello,

I would suggest that you only change your skincare routine with help of a qualified therapist, they can do a skin analysis and tell you exactly what your skin needs. We unfortunately do not have branch in PE and it is difficult to recommend without me seeing your skin.

I would also suggest that you stick to medical skin care products such as Lamelle or Neostrata and keep the superfoods in a supplement form. You can get turmeric supplements at any health or wellness store.

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