For every hair on your body, there is a corresponding skin pore. We tend not to notice our pores unless they're extra-big or blocked with gunk. What are they for, and how can we keep them looking, well, unnoticeable?
WHAT'S INSIDE: SKIN INFORMATION
- Skin Anatomy
- Skin Health Factors
- Skin Types
- Skin & Nutrition
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