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Hey everyone! I am looking for skin care samples so that I can try out new products and possibly find some great new additions to my skin care routine! I am mostly interested in higher end brands but I would also like to try inexpensive products as well. I am looking to trade and if any one is interested please list bellow things you would like to trade for. Thank you all so much! 

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Skyn Iceland was sending out samples on request a while back... I emailed and asked about trying a few specific products I was interested in, and they sent me several small decanted samples. I really liked them, and am just waiting for them to get one of my favorites back in stock and have a good sale! :-)

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I have a  vitamin c serum available on Amazon. It's 98 % organic with hyaluronic acid and vitamin e. If you purchase it I will reimburse you via paypal. It would be appreciated if you could leave an honest review once you have received it. I am looking for 10 reviews. 

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I have a  vitamin c serum available on Amazon. It's 98 % organic with hyaluronic acid and vitamin e. If you purchase it I will reimburse you via paypal. It would be appreciated if you could leave an honest review once you have received it. I am looking for 10 reviews. 

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