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Recent questions
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What color is this tinted?
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Can I use this sunscreen in the face?
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Does this product have a citrusy scent?
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What is the main difference between this product and the HQ Skin lightening Gel? I currently use the HQ skin lightening Gel for the exfoliation (glyc
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With this product, is it recommended that I use it before or after my moisturizer?
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the fragrance in this product, is it synthetic or natural? thank you
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Best La Roche Posay or other sunscreen for dry, aging skin to use under makeup
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I want to purchase SkinCeuticals C&E and Daily Moisture cream as well but I want to know if I will have to use a sun protector on top of that?
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Is this the same moisturizer as the 1.5 oz jar? Has the bottle changed?
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If this is mixed w 50% plain white moisturizer to lighten the tint, does it still provide about spf 15?

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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 3 years, 7 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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