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I want a list of skin products that do not contain CL Me-Isothiazolinone (MCI or MI)

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I would suggest speaking with your doctor to see what is available.

I'm the type of girl who will burst out laughing in dead silence because of something that happened yesterday.

Try some body wash from www.dayleenaturals.com . Everything is all natural, nicely scented and doesn't contain MCI.

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