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Sowing The Seeds Of Better Skin


LUPIN (loo-pin) / n. / 1. / A beanlike seed from herbaceous perennial plants in the legume family native to the Mediterranean region; / n / 2. A common snack food in Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Egypt, and Algeria that is preserved in salty brine to counteract a naturally bitter taste; / n. / 3. A white or yellow pod that is high in protein and dietary fiber; / n. / 4. A fine powder used in ancient Greek and Roman societies as a mask to treat tired skin; / n. / 5. An antioxidant-rich oil packed with amino acids that, when applied topically, can increase healthy cell turnover, i.e., “Have a brighter complexion and a healthy snack, too, with lupin.”

Omorovicza Cleansing Foam with Lupin, $70,

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