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Specialist Reacts to Saweetie’s Skin Care Routine

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**Disclaimer: I am a skin care specialist, facilitating ingredient and product trainings through the company I work for. This is the official title of my position. I am not, however, a licensed dermatologist or esthetician, nor do I claim to know more than either. I have checked with multiple dermatologists and estheticians to ensure that my use of the word ‘specialist’ is appropriate, to which they have confirmed so long as I disclose that I am not a dermatologist or esthetician. After consulting my subscribers as well, I felt that because the term specialist is my career title and is deemed appropriate by licensed professionals, I would prefer to use it instead of the terms ‘expert’ or ‘guru’, neither of which apply to me because I consider myself far below ‘expert status’. Please know that I’m doing my best to use your feedback to describe who I am and what I do in the best way! If you have concerns about your skin, I always recommend going to either a dermatologist or esthetician to resolve your concern.**