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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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