Althea's Petal Velvet Powder

It is time to say goodbye to the oiliness on your face as Althea finally launched its first ever Petal Velvet Powder. Althea finally came up to have a simple yet perfect powder that will surely treat your skin with Althea Flower Petals for a softer and smoother complexion.

Althea Petal Velvet Powder is a loose powder made of pure and natural ingredients that will give a silky finish. One of its main ingredients is flower seed extract, which is known for its antioxidant that protects the skin from dehydration and helps skin for a more beautiful complexion. It is made with micro-fine particles that help minimize the appearance of pores and fine lines for a flawless or what the say “petal-like” complexion.
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M Y   E X P E R I E N C E
- My skin suffers from dehydration so this powder helps my skin to keep hydrated because it is made of flower seed extract which is known to keep skin from being dehydrated.
- I have an oily T-zone and this powder helps control the oiliness of my face most especially on the T-zone area.
- 1-2 dabs of this powder helps me achieve that oil-free look and that satin look. I love how it gives me a natural look unlike other powders out there.
- It’s lightweight. I hate heavy make-up/powder.
- It absorbs fast.
- I love how it smells ♥ It smells like a petal. Yay!
- It’s gentle
- It’s compact. If you hate bringing bags, this powder is for you as it just fits in your pocket. 
- Will re purchase? Yes. Though it is a bit pricey considering the size. Still, I think it is worth every penny.

P R I C E   L I S T
Althea Malaysia - RM16
Althea Singapore - SGD6
Althea Philippines- PHP210
Althea Indonesia- Rp 60,000
Althea Thailand - THB150
Althea US- 4.5 USD

Treat your skin gently like flower’s petals.
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