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Make It Make It lets you mix your own skin care

Want to know exactly what's going into your weekly face mask? Why not make it yourself? Make It Make It is offering ingredient kits that allows ‘clean beauty’ addicts to mix up their perfect skin care remedies, free from undesirable chemicals and parabens.

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