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“All-Natural” Anti-Aging Products: Can They Be Trusted?
“All-Natural” Anti-Aging Products: Can They Be Trusted?

We’re conscious about what we put in our bodies. We’re conscious about the environment. We want to know that the food we eat is being produced in a sustainable and humane way. Sometimes, just seeing an “organic” or “natural” label puts us at ease. But,…

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2020 PRESS SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Thank you for your interest in submitting press to be featured through DERMASCOPE Magazine. Please review our guidelines below for submitting press. GENERAL GUIDELINES General product press can be submitted through our online press submission platform. We will no longer be accepting general product press…

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