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Customer Testimonial – Nicci van Gelder, O’ri customer and O’ri Ambassador


I was diagnosed many years ago with Fibromyalgia and with that comes many chemical and natural ingredient sensitivities.

After falling pregnant I developed terrible hyperpigmentation. Since then I have tried so many products to treat my pigmentation. I either had no results and/or increase in sensitivity. I had spent thousands of rands on products, hoping to find a product for sensitive skin that would deliver results.

When I tried O’ri, I really did not have much faith in the product due to my past experience.  But to my amazement, it immediately brought my sensitivity under control.  After only a few applications I could see an improvement in the overall texture of my skin. My skin felt soft and hydrated.  Within one week there was a visible improvement in my pigmentation.

I have been using O’ri for about 9 months now.  And I have had the most phenomenal results. The photos speak for themselves!

 I want to share my knowledge and results with each and every woman so that they too can love their skin again.

Thank you Elmarie, Sunita and Rene.  I am so thankful that I came across your website.  O’ri has really made a big difference in my life, for which I am extremely grateful.

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