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The reusable face mask beauty queens wear

Following the successful launch of the nanosilver face mask developed and designed by Albert Andrada in August last year, Aerian Essentials has released a new collection, designed by another renowned fashion designer and worn by Miss Universe Philippines 2020 herself. 

The reusable face mask beauty queens wear
Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Mateo
The Randy Ortiz x Aerian face masks feature the same high quality, waterproof, and washable microfiber with unique patterns and adjustable ear bands for a comfortable fit. 

Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Mateo was recently seen wearing the collection’s fatigue maroon and white designs, while third runner-up Pauline Amelinckx posted her selfie in Randy Ortiz’s fatigue green Aerian mask. 

The reusable face mask beauty queens wear
Miss Sorsogon Maria Isabela Galeria
First runner-up Ysabella Ysmael and Miss Sorsogon Maria Galeria both like their nanosilver face mask in blue. Completing the Ortiz-designed collection are black, fatigue white, and off white face masks. 

The new collection of the reusable face mask has a filter slot that holds the Aerian nCamM Layer, a patented nanosilver material that kills viruses and bacteria upon contact. The technology was developed by Singaporean chemist Dr. Liu Hongjun, who first used it in water filtration systems for disaster-stricken areas. 

The reusable face mask beauty queens wear
Miss Universe PH 2020 third runner-up Pauline Amelinckx
The Randy Ortiz x Aerian Collection retails at P499 each, while the Aerian Classic is available for P299 and the Aerian Premium for P799. With proper care, each mask can last up to four months. The Aerian nCamM Layer (P199) can also be bought separately and inserted into any face masks. Check product availability at www.aerianessentials.com.

Topics: Albert Andrada , Miss Universe Philippines 2020 , Rabiya Mateo , Ysabella Ysmael , Maria Galeria , Randy Ortiz x Aerian face masks
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