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Prism is a featherlight, essence-like elixir, made with all-natural fruit acids (malic acid from apple, salicylic acid from willow bark, glycolic acid from bilberry, vitamin C from kakadu plum, and orange peel) to gently exfoliate the skin.
The Far Niente also has a far higher level than the other wines of malic acid, which is found in lime juice, and there’s a reason for that.
Everett is still making wine there, in a sense, doing things like adding malic acid to the Per Sempre blend to simulate the energy of the original.
The mixture is natural (the active ingredients include sodium lauryl sulfate and malic acid) and comes in a stand-up jar.
Cherries, apples and apricots are full of fruity malic acid, and the microbes in the kefir culture manufacture creamy lactic and bracing acetic acid.
This is rich, ample California chardonnay, unadulterated by oak and made without the softening influence of malolactic fermentation, which turns firm malic acid into creamy lactic acid.
Fruit acids, including malic acid, lightly exfoliate skin, while olive oil, vitamin E, and jojoba oil offset any dryness.
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