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Beauty Tip: The 5:2 Diet for Flawless Skin


Beauty Tip: The 5:2 Diet for Flawless Skin
WTNH

GUILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — You go on a diet to do your body good, but how about a diet for your skin? Straight from the UK, the 5:2 diet promises to deliver glowing results … How does it work? Limit wearing makeup to 5 days a week, and then give your ...

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