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  • Amber Cohen

    South African Skin Care ~ Rooibos tea, also known as red tea, to cleanse and nourish their skin by drinking it throughout the day. Rooibos tea is caffeine-free and made from the red bush plant, which originates from South Africa. It isn't just delicious and so sweet, but also makes your skin glow! It is said to prevent acne, along with other health benefits such as settling an upset stomach, aiding in weight loss and warding off sugar cravings.

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  • Da'Nae

    Young woman from Senegal.I am at awe with her natural beauty!

  • Kathy Lo

    South African SkinCare - 17 Charmingly Delightful Beauty Techniques from All over the World ... [ more at http://beauty.allwomenstalk.com ] Here's one tip I use every single day that I can tell you works like a charm! South African women use rooibos tea, also known as red tea, to cleanse and nourish their skin by drinking it throughout the day. Rooibos tea is caffeine-free and made from the red bush plant, which originates from South Africa. It i... #Beauty #Tea #World #Tree #Dandruff #Ladies

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