11 January 2017

Tourmaline cream

Dr. Brandt’s latest cream made with iron and magnetic particles also contains black tourmaline known for its energizing properties. The use of precious stones in cosmetics dates back as far as Antiquity where gold, diamond or malachite powder was mixed into the ointments for their anti-wrinkle, regenerating, exfoliating or calming virtues.

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