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flyme
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Postby flyme » Fri, 05 Aug 2005 5:37 pm

Hey ceres,

with regards to the 'tweezer' u mentioned, where can i get one??

ceres wrote:My bf has this problem, well not sure what's that called, my bf his pores are sort of HUGE ok, not very big of cuz but kinda huge and there's this yellowish white thing in it. i can use a tweezer n clip it n pull out and can see the pores, a hole, deep too... *hair stands* :?
I don't know what's that called but my nose have it too... it's like when u put the Nose strip on the nose n remove n u see those long thing on the strip. but for my bf, 80% of his face have it. Any idea on what to use or how to remove? :shock:

ceres
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Postby ceres » Fri, 05 Aug 2005 11:11 pm

uh... tweezer... u know.. those use to pluck eyebrows or armpit hair can be use. :?

jasonrxz
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problems...

Postby jasonrxz » Thu, 08 Sep 2005 12:51 am

Hi all GUyz.///...


If i am here to recommend u this, i will be zapped straight away.. But looking at if i really can help in 1 way or another that u can be really stand out or show urself in ur social circle with more confident when those facial problems solved................. ISN"T it a good thing...

Hope that every 1 have a chance to have back a radient skin rather than hiding away from it... It's not going to help u in any way.....

Pls go to CLASSIFIED section to look for my recommendation k?

Regards
Jason

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Postby buzzifree » Sat, 08 Oct 2005 9:27 am

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Beware of Paraben
UK scientists have claimed.Their analysis of 20 breast tumours found high concentrations of para-hydroxybenzoic acids (parabens) in 18 samples. Parabens can mimic the hormone estrogen, which is known to play a role in the development of breast cancers. The preservatives are used in many cosmetics and some foods to increase their shelf-life. http://www.organicconsumers.org/bodycar ... 011304.cfm


Findings of EWG
• The Environmental Working Group assessed 7,500 personal care products and some bits from it are:
• 55% percent of all products assessed contain “penetration enhancers,”


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