TRUE ISLAND ALASKA GLACIER WATER AQUA EMULSION
Mosturising emulsion that hydrates deep into that skin without dryness (double effect of wrinkle reduction and whitening)
contains hyaluronic acid 30,000 ppm
1. Fast-absorbing Aqua Essential Emulsion
Its fresh emulsion that is soft to skin and absorbs fast without any stickiness. It applies smothly on the skin and hydrates the skin and helps retain smoth texture.
2. Hydration and vitality
Mineral rich Alaskan glacial water and moisture bomb hyaluronic acid ingredients provide water and keep the skin hydrated.
3. Hydrated and bouncy texture
Fast absorbing waterful emulsion allows bouncy and moist texture.
4. Hypoallergenic product safe to use.
The product is free of five harmful substances- paraben, talc, triclisan, mineral oil and benzophenone- that can be irritant to skin.
HOW TO USE
After apply toner, apply an adequate amount of the product and apply it gently along the skin texture. Gently dab to help the absorption of the product.
RM99 exc postage
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Polar bear family. Svalbard. Photo @melissa_schaefer 🌎 We met these bears in Hornsund, southern Spitsbergen, back in March this year. A mother and her two-year-old cubs, a male and a female, so big they were at times difficult to tell apart from the mother. Now, two months later, the family has probably split up. Cubs usually stay with their mother for two and a half years. Then she has taught them everything she knows about life and survival, and she is ready to breed again.
Man, I’m sure gonna miss all these great people. Thanks for making my life so much better, and that you were willing to befriend a weirdo like me. Thanks for all the fun bonfires, APEXes, baseball and basketball games. You all will always be close to me. Love you all.
Northern lights in June at this latitude are not a common occurrence, but tell that to the sky. While often associated with dark winter nights, peak solar activity occurs during summer months, it's generally too bright out to see any of the excited ions glowing high in the atmosphere. While some commit to freezing in the far north of Fairbanks or Lapland to witness the aurora borealis, we are occasionally lucky enough to see them at lower latitudes during warmer months. Brief surprises like this make a long season worthwhile and fill my mental palette of colors for years to come. We cashed in all of our lucky stars that night.
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The rugged peaks of Alaska has always been amazing to me! It makes one wonder how you can go from an elevation of only a couple hundred ft to 15,000 ft in a matter of a few miles. Anyways my friends here is a photo taken in those mountains ⛰