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Millennial skin has quarter-life crisis

The term ‘quarter-life crisis’ is all too familiar to 20-somethings caught with the feeling that growing up should have happened by now, but hasn't quite yet. In a bid to win over Millennials, luxe skincare brand Origins is incorporating the term into an all-digital campaign.

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