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  1. B45
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    Where do you go for your skin care? I say: I'm probably going to go back to Oracle,

    Where do you go for your skin care? I say:

    I'm probably going to go back to Oracle, as I've had good results from there, however I'm open to suggestions.

    Is this sentence okay?

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    Re: Where do you go for your skin care? I say: I'm probably going to go back to Ora

    "However" needs more than a comma before it. Try a semicolon or a period.

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