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    Shea butter: an African jewel

    Shea butter: an African jewel

    Nowadays, almost everybody has heard about it, or some of its effects. Every day more and more manufacturers recognize qualities of shea butter and choose to use it in their beauty and health products. If you tried some of the products with shea butter in them, you are probably pleased with results. But, what do we truly know about this product?

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    Compression socks 101: Choosing your perfect companion

    Compression socks 101: Choosing your perfect companion

    There are a lot of different pieces of clothing with compression abilities. Medical grade compression garments for men are usually shorts and stockings, and for women, there are also capris or yoga pants. So, the question is: who can benefit from these garments?

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    Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Let’s join the battle!

    Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Let’s join the battle!

    This month is all about uniting and helping each other. Everybody should choose their way, and so did we at Skineez. We decided to join the battle and to dedicate 10% of all our sales in October to fight breast cancer!

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    The NDC code: why the numbers matter

    The NDC code: why the numbers matter

    NDC is an abbreviation for NATIONAL DRUG CODE. While it sounds big and informative, this name tag doesn’t tell us too much about its function, so, what kind of code exactly is this?

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    Living with eczema

    Living with eczema

    Eczema (in all its varieties) affects about 30 million Americans, as stated by the National Eczema Organization. In other words, it is a very common disease. In most cases, it is controllable, and it can be treated and cured, but as it goes from mild to severe, some cases are tougher to manage.

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