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I text an emoji sequence of admiration, but Bianca presses on.Imageboards are much more transitory with content—on some boards (especially highly trafficked ones), the thread deletion time can be as little as 10 minutes.In Japan, where imageboards are more common, topics will vary widely, ranging from trains to current news.She wasn't sure if the ingredients were toxic or bad for the planet.And for that matter, she realized, she wasn't sure whether the contents of the serums and moisturizers she'd used until then were, either. But if she found a component she didn't like, she knew she'd have to replace it. "Everyone's skin is different, and we always go to our friends for help, but our friends might not be the best experts," Mou says.
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