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A lifting supplement: Lifting regains youthful vitality in your skin by renewing its elasticity and firmness. As FINE’s newest conceptualization, our lifting supplement aims to incorporate skin and body beauty into your daily lifestyle effortlessly and effectively. Our product provides 150mg Hyaluronic acid, 5,250mg collagen, 15mg Elastin, 450mg Pearl coix extract, 100mg Vitamin C and 45μg Biotin. In addition, this product contains Kaneka Q10 (Ubiquinol). The powder form is easy to melt and instantly ready to go-dissolve it in your favorite beverage of choice and enjoy your new lifting supplement. build your beauty from within.This pouch type contains 210g which is for 30days and more than the contents of can type(196g).

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