Alum, aka Aluminum potassium sulfate, is both a specific chemical compound and a class of chemical compounds.
It is used for many purposes especially skin care.
1. Alum for acne/pimples and tightening
2. Alum for blackheads
3. Alum for black or dark under arms
4. Alum for cold sores
5. Alum for dark circles
6. Alum for hair removal
7. Alum Stone / Alum Block for shaving cuts
8. Alum stone/block and powder for deodorant for body odor
9. Alum block for minor bleeding
10. Alum(Potassium Alum) for Water Purification process
11. Alum for canker sores
12. Alum for athlete's foot
Consult Ghada Saleh on +9617751122 and get your Alum & Honey soap for all skin types.
Well hello, Florida. Pleased to meet you. The distant thunderstorms were a great welcome and I must say you're quite beautiful. In fact, you're a bit hot for me!!! #stoked to be here at the #CITinternational conference here in Fort Lauderdale to further mental health awareness and training.
Southern Cypress swamps are huge communities of Bald Cypress which have immense ecological value, home to hundreds of rare bird species, who all love together in harmony
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The Alex Wintz Band + CD Release Party...
TONIGHT for the Evolution of Jazz at SOUTH!
2 Shows | 7:00pm & 9:00pm
"Guitarist Alex Wintz is quickly becoming a name in the international jazz community. At a young age he has already had the opportunity to perform across the country and around the world, including Europe, Asia, South America, major U.S. clubs, and world renown jazz festivals including Monterey, The Montreal, Montreux, Rochester, and Newport Jazz to name a few. "
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APOD: Perseid by the Sea (2017 Aug 16)
Image Credit & Copyright: Tamas Ladanyi (TWAN)
Explanation: Just after moonrise on August 12 this grain of cosmic sand fell by the sea, its momentary flash part of the annual Perseid Meteor Shower. To create the Perseid meteors, dust along the orbit of periodic comet Swift-Tuttle is swept up by planet Earth. The cometary debris plows through the atmosphere at nearly 60 kilometers per second and is quickly vaporized at altitudes of 100 kilometers or so. Perseid meteors are often bright and colorful, like the one captured in this sea and night skyscape. Against starry sky and faint Milky Way, the serene view looks south and west across the Adriatic Sea, from the moonlit Dalmatian coast toward the island of Brac.
Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page