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Purchase $50 worth of mask and get 1 x Pinkk Baby Care Ionic Silver Spray 20ml for FREE

Pinkk Baby Care Ionic Silver Spray is a non-irritant, non-scented and alcohol-free spray for young and tender skin.Β It eases irritated skin conditions including but not limited to burns, cuts, eczema, grazes, heat rash, infected wounds, nappy rash and sunburn.

Singapore has a highly dense population and we come in close proximity to lots of people daily. From public transport buses to MRTs to our shopping malls and hawker centres, infectious diseases like the common cold or cough can spread quickly.

These Japanese face masks contain filters that prevent germs from being spread to a mass community. It can help limit the spread of germs.Β  When someone talks, coughs or sneezes they may release tiny drops into the air that can infect others. If someone is ill, you can use a face mask to reduce the number of germs that the wearer releases. In addition, it can protect other people from becoming sick.Β  A face mask also protects the wearer’s nose and mouth from splashes or sprays of body fluids.

For hygiene reasons, please always use these face masks and replace them when they get moist. Face masks can only be worn for a maximum of eight hours and it is best to change them regularly so they can remain effective.

Japanese Sunblock

Being a country near the equator, Singapore is exposed to high levels of ultraviolet radiation all year round. It is, therefore, more likely for the residents of Singapore to be subjected to unhealthy amounts of UV exposure if we do not give our skin the right protection.

You might think that growing up in Singapore, our skin has adapted to the blistering sun. This is not the case! In fact, the constant exposure to UV rays is bad for our skin.Β To prevent ourselves and our loved ones from suffering the after effect of sunburn, we should certainly make it a habit to use sunblock in Singapore more often. Make them part of your daily essentials!

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