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Q: looking for a clean and safe place for facial in tianjin

looking for a clean and safe place for facial in tianjin

 

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-Michael

15 weeks 4 days ago in  Health & Safety - Tianjin

 
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wouldn't recommend having anything like this in China.

The facial products used in China potentially contain toxic substances (most moisturizers contain skin whitener) and i certainly would not take a risk by allowing a Chinese beautician near my skin. They probably don;t have the understanding of the many different skin types that non-Chinese have.

 

i was advised to bring all skin products with me, which i did.

 

Anyway, Michael, if you have a good skin regime, you don't need a facial

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wouldn't recommend having anything like this in China.

The facial products used in China potentially contain toxic substances (most moisturizers contain skin whitener) and i certainly would not take a risk by allowing a Chinese beautician near my skin. They probably don;t have the understanding of the many different skin types that non-Chinese have.

 

i was advised to bring all skin products with me, which i did.

 

Anyway, Michael, if you have a good skin regime, you don't need a facial

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