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In partnership with Skin Renewal

The skin acts as a barrier to outside factors like bacteria, water and chemical particles, and makes the inside of our bodies waterproof. It is our largest organ, and ensuring that it absorbs the vital ingredients in skincare products designed for replenishment and revitalisation is quite a challenge.  

If the skin barrier is compromised, it becomes prone to infections and inflammatory conditions like eczema. These are serious conditions that should not be taken lightly.

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