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3/28/2013 | Abby Penning
More spas and more clients are becoming interested in learning the benefits organic has to offer.
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Milk and sugary foods do increase the risk of acne, say researchers, after looking at 50 years of data.
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2/28/2013 | Morag Currin
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2/28/2013 | Celeste Hilling
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2/28/2013 | Rhonda Allison
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1/31/2013 | Christine Cowheard
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