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Dr. Owusu's Skin Care Line

Dr. Owusu's Skin Care Line: Many people struggle with finding products that work wonders for their skin and hair. A lot of products end up drying out your skin even though your goal is to keep it moisturized. Dr. Owusu's line solves all of these issues and keeps that healthy balance that we all strive for.

To give you a quick background, Dr. Jacqueline Owusu, MD, MPA was born in Ghana. Ghana has an abundance of shea butter which has many beneficial and medicinal properties. Armed with this knowledge, as well as the knowledge of the medicinal properties found in essential oils and herbs; her experience in biochemistry and her love for wellness, she formulated and developed a skin and hair care line that promotes healthy, radiant skin and hair. The belief is that people are never too young or too old to start taking care of their skin.

Dr. Owusu Skin Care is made up of various body care, facial care, and hair care products that encourage looking good, feeling good, and enlightening the body, soul and spirit. The line is great for all skin types! There are also a few products that will interest males including body lotions and bath oils. The body care line is composed of Bath and Body Oil ($15.00), Exfoliating Body Polish ($59.97), Hydrating Body Lotion ($25.00), Body Wash ($12.50), and Shea Butter Crème ($40.00) that will
leave skin feeling clean, soft and smooth to the touch. Women looking to have smooth acne and blemish free skin will appreciate the Detoxifying Facial Masques ($49.97), Exfoliating Facial Scrubs ($49.97), Eye Crème ($39.97), Facial Serum ($99.99), Shea Butter Soap Bar ($9.97), and Revitalizing Facial Care Sets ($179.99). Dr. Owusu’s Hair care line features treatments and maintenance products to nurture and invigorate such as the Anti-Frizz Hair Serum ($25.00), Apricot and Chamomile Shampoo/Conditioner ($12.50 each), Dual Action Moisturizing and Detangling Leave in Conditioner ($14.00), Nourishing hair Crème ($14.00), and the Revitalizing Hair Reconstructor ($14.00).

All products are available online as well as at Dr. Owusu’s Skin Care boutique in Duluth, Georgia (2820 Peachtree Industrial Blvd). 


To learn more visit http://www.drowususkincare.com/.

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