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How To- Assisi Loop (How To 影片系列- Assisi Loop )

#HowTo series with our cutie pie,Gus, showing us how to use the Assisi Loop to help reduce inflammation at his arthritic wrist.

Thursday 10th May 2018

我們全新的How To影片系列再度與Gus合作, 為您展示如何使用Assisi Loop。我們全新的How To影片系列再度與Gus合作, 為您展示如何使用Assisi Loop。我們一直在用Loop來幫助減輕他的關節炎手腕。

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