A PHILIPPINES crystal is a stone of pure, pure mineral essence that is used in traditional medicines and cosmetics.
Its rarity has been described as “one of the greatest discoveries of all time”.
But this rare stone has a unique history.
Its discovery was made by French chemist Jean-Louis Fournier, who in the mid-19th century was working in the UK as a chemist at the British Medical Establishment.
After his return to France, Fourniers work with a team of scientists who developed the first crystal.
They also discovered the use of the mineral powder to make talcum powder.
It was then imported into Britain, where Fournouis group worked in the manufacture of cosmetics and drugs.
It is believed the mineral crystal was used to make philippin, the same ingredient used in the philippinian tea.
Fournier was also the first to discover the use and development of the synthetic dye chlorophyll in the chemical industry.
But the philean crystal had to go through some very complicated stages in its development and development.
After its discovery, the crystal was given to the Royal Society in 1849, where it remained until 1954 when it was handed over to the National Library of Wales in Cardiff.
The crystals were then stored for decades until they were rediscovered by Dr Ian Stokes, a British mineralogist who found them in the 18th century, in a stone chest in a churchyard in Wrexham, Wales.
Dr Stokes has since been the subject of much research and published papers on the subject.
In the late 1960s, Dr Stokes and colleagues developed a method to extract the crystal from the stone and make a synthetic dye from it, which he called philippinite.
This process was then refined and used in making chlorophylly, a type of synthetic colouring used in cosmetics and paints.
The crystal was rediscovered again in 1976, by an Australian mineralogists group, which also had the chemical technology to produce chlorophyly.
However, this process took several decades to produce a genuine philippina crystal, and so the name was changed to mineral powder.
This is a video of Dr Ian Stuart Stokes demonstrating the process of extracting a phileonite crystal from a mineral powder, and then using this process to produce mineral powder for philippins.
The chemical process was developed by Dr Stuart Stakes in the late 1990s, after his research into the chemical production of philippini.
He believes the mineral was first discovered by a group of French chemists in the early 1900s and that it was the first known use of mineral powder in cosmetics.
The philippination of minerals is a common process in the world of chemistry, but this is the first time it has been made commercially.
It also highlights the importance of the natural history of minerals in the natural world, as well as the importance placed on their medicinal properties.
Dr Stuart Stoking and his team believe that the mineral is one of the oldest known minerals, and one of those that is in high demand in the cosmetics industry.
“The mineral is the most important natural mineral in the whole world and is the basis of all cosmetics,” he said.
“It is very rare in the mineral world, which makes it very attractive.”
But it is also very important for cosmetic products, because it has a natural antibacterial activity and anti-inflammatory activity, which are important in a lot of different diseases.””
There is no known natural antimicrobial and antiinflammatory agent that has the ability to inhibit the growth of bacteria.
“He said the mineral would also be useful in cosmetics as it had antibacterial properties.”
There are some products that are based on it, such as the cosmetics that we use, like lotion and lipstick, which we use in our hair care, in our skin care and in our eyes.
“Dr Stuart believes the natural minerals of the phildosium and phildoium minerals are very good for the body.
He said that phildoisium is also used in many other cosmetic products.”
We know that philippon has been used in Chinese medicine for more than 1,000 years, and it has also been used as a healing agent for many, many years in Africa,” he explained.”
This is one mineral that has an amazing natural antibacterial activity.
“And there are some medicinal uses that it can be used for.”
So it is a very important mineral for the cosmetic industry and for the natural environment.
“He added: “I have done some research on this, and I think it is very important to realise that the minerals that we are using in the cosmetic world, the mineral compounds, they are used by a lot more people in the body than we think.
“Dr Stoke said that the phylosine and hyaluronic acid of the crystal had a high concentration of phildisium, which has an antibacterial and antihistamine properties.