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The one and only exclusive sale of the year!

The one and only exclusive sale of the year!
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It’s almost yearend, have you achieved any health goals you wished for? 

If you are still thinking about how to improve your liver health, this is your chance.

We are now offering an exclusive promotion, enjoy 10% off on all orders! 

Don’t miss this great chance to boost your liver health!

 

Special Promotion 10% OFF: 

Period: 8th Dec 2016 - 15th Dec 2016

Code: lovehealth

 

How to use the coupon?

Go to: www.kyotsujigyo.net/YHK

1. Select the number of product > Add to Cart > Checkout

2. Click the [Click here to enter your code] button on the Checkout page

3. Enter coupon code: lovehealth

4. Click the [Apply Coupon] button

5. Fill in your billing and shipping information

6. Complete payment

 

We will ship your order via EMS Speedpost shipping with tracking number. 

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, we are here to help!

Disclaimer:
  • * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.
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