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WHEN: TOMORROW, October 18 AT 1:00 -1:30 P.M. EDT
GUEST: Dermatologist Dr. Jessie Cheung
HOW TO JOIN: Follow @drcheungderm #DrCheungDerm and @Beautyinthebag and use hashtag #BeautyInTheBag
THE PRIZE: 3 participants will have a chance to win skincare products.
We’re hosting a Twitter chat with Dermatologist Dr. Jessie Cheung. Dr. Cheung will be dishing all about what you can do to have healthy and glowing skin for the holidays and beyond. She believes happiness is creating healthy skin. So be sure to join us tomorrow!
This Beauty In The Bag Twitter Chat is sponsored by Dr. Jessie Cheung.
Only residents of the U.S. are eligible.
Winners will be contacted via private mess
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When shopping for holiday gifts in the beauty aisle, our mind is often far removed from thinking of real-world problems like education and educating kids to have life-changing skills.
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