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Intro Posts for Temptalia Skin Care Contributors!

I can’t believe I forgot to link this, but here it is:


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The Triple Helixian is an unbiased science and research-based site that attempts to clarify and elucidate questions about skin care, while aspiring to be the most thorough and complete source of information.


4 thoughts on “Intro Posts for Temptalia Skin Care Contributors!

  1. Gah! Sorry for so many typos! Darn ipod…

    Posted by V | November 27, 2011, 1:38 am
  2. So i came to your site after reading your Temptalia post which was so refreshing! Ice always been interested in skincare, and if i had been better in science i would have loved to be a derm… Alas i am no smart like that LOL. So in my teens, i had oily, but mostly clear skin. I had the occasional whitehead or blackhead, but nothing serious…then BAM. I hit 28 and my skin changed for the worse…breakouts on my forhead, temples, nose, and a lot of breakouts on my chin. My skin is a little drier but still very shiny, very oily on my nose and chin, but flaky. Cheeks are a bit sensitive, and im of course, starting to notice some tiny fine lines. The products i used to use dont work anymore, and i would like to try to incorporate some natural/green products…help!

    Posted by V | November 27, 2011, 1:37 am

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