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Gold Peel Off Mask 24Kt contains 100% gold & pearl powder, which are formed of layers of the active substances conchiolin in form of highly laminate crystals, which is important for the organism well being. Conchiolin is a protein which is a source of amino acid and thereby essential for the metabolism and good health. The pearl is know to reduce the appearance of fine lines and firming, toning and illuminating the skin. This treatment revives dull skin and helps the skin retain moisture leaving it feeling young, smooth and radiant.Collagen Alginate, Diatomeous Earth, Gold, Tetrasodium Pyrophosphate, Calcium Sulfate, Pearl.
The various species of Pinctada produce different maximum sizes and colors of pearls, depending on the size of the species and the natural color of the nacre inside the shell. Black South Sea pearls, or Tahitian pearls come from the black-lip oyster; white and golden South Sea pearls from the white-lip and golden-lip oysters; and Akoya cultured pearls from Pinctada fucata martensii, the Akoya pearl oyster.
Pearls are also produced from freshwater mussel species unrelated to pearl oysters. These freshwater species include Hyriopsis cumingii, Hyriopsis schlegelii, and a hybrid of the two species.
At danger from the large demand for pearls, the typical lifespan of a pearl oyster is usually around 3 years to 14 years. Pinctada maxima are seeded at about 2 years of age and take 2 years to fully develop a pearl. They can be reseeded up to 3 or 4 times. Akoya pearls are harvested after about 9 to 16 months.
Studies of biologyst Aldemaro Romero Jr. allowed him to discover that the first animal population depleted by Europeans in the American continent was of a pearl oyster species (Pinctada imbricata) off the coast of Venezuela.
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