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Is this product also non-comedogenic? Thanks.
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What is/are the active sunscreen ingredient(s)? And is the scent strong?
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Is this product heavily scented? I'd prefer totally unscented but I can handle a very light scent
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I use Vitamin c and retinol and peptide extreme, would this be a good moisturizer to use along with the products mentioned.
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i previously used MD Forte Skin lotion III, 30% glycol acid, which is now discontinued. I would like to find a product with similar glycolic acid con
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What color is this product? I just used a sample of it and it was an yellowy orange sort of color. I'm hoping the sample isn't old???
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Would I be able to use this over my retin-a?
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Looking for a good product specifically for acne scars- would this help to fade scars from acne?
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Does this have both UVA and UVB protection?

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Yonka Yonka Phyto 58 PG

A purifying moisturizer that helps to erase the signs of fatigue while brightening skin tone.
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I have combination skin, should I use Phyto 58 PG or PS?

asked 5 years, 2 months ago
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Nessa
on Yonka Phyto 58 PG
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Phyto 58, Rejuvenation Treatment Cream, for Normal to Dry Skin contains the irritating fragrant oils. These oils actually create inflammation. The lavender, rosemary, cypress, and thyme oils and is not recommended. The palm oil cannot make pores less noticeable, but may clog them.
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