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11 Sep
The rise of the buzzword “organic” became prevalent in the early 2000s. It initially started with the idea of consumers feeling a need to change food choices and introduce organic options to live a healthier lifestyle. The rise of organic living was primarily driven by a place of fear. People were worried about the chemicals in their…
7 Mar 2020
A number of people are oblivious of the implications of using chemical based deodorant on their skins, neglecting the fact that the armpit is a tender part of the body that should be treated with absolute care and caution to avoid bacteria and dark pigmentation.

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