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Skin Deep: A Mind/Body Program for Healthy Skin

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Skin Deep: A Mind/Body Program for Healthy Skin
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Publisher: Health Press NA
ISBN/ASIN: B002T45WHQ
Number of pages: 246

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If you have brought your persistent eczema, your stubborn warts, your psoriasis or other distressing skin ailment, or even your recurrent herpes to specialists and superspecialists, and if all the creams, lotions, and medications have failed to help, you must wonder if there is something else -- and ardently hope that there is. This is exactly what Drs. Grossbart and Sherman have addressed in this book.

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