The History of Perfect Skin Infographic

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A picture can say a thousand words.

In a blog or website, the ey to success is communication. A good infographic can sometimes communicate betteer than all the writing in the world. A good infographic is a blend of words, diagrams along with an image to make your statement.

Here’s an example of an infographic brought to you from Tanda:

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  1. Well we’re not in Ancient Greece so we can’t take olive oil baths and we definitely don’t want to bath in wine when we could enjoy it drinking. But in winter when our skin has to endure low temperatures we can use vitamin A. Gently rub it on your hands and lips (the areas that suffer the most damage). It’s oily and it will hydrate and repair your damaged skin.
    Well done infographic. I almost didn’t notice there was a product naturally placed at the end.
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