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April Skin Soap Review

Sooooo I finally got my April Skin soap bars! It's an amazing Korean product!! I use it morning and night (afternoons during the weekend) the charcoal bar is for night usage and the natural soap during the day. When putting it on my face it feels so fresh and clean. After rinsing it off I literally feel my face shrink and my pores become smaller and I know it's effective cuz my coworkers noticed the difference!! It's a completely natural product so I highly recommend it! It's not that expensive either! Only thing is it takes about a month to arrive since it's imported from Korea. Other than that, it's great!!!!
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@adelinlin Okay thanks for the quick response!
@HairConfetti yes! i have oily skin and it works well!
cool. I wanna try this
At retail stores no. you might want to try Amazon and check for national sellers. some people might be selling them.
is this available in USA?
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