Introduction of Product

Perfect Mineral AI (Powder)

A Blessing for the Body,
Thanks to Nature

“Perfect Mineral AI Powder” is a new mineral powder produced by blending acerola, citric acid, and vitamins. Recommended and certified by Japanese Association of Preventive Medicine for Adult Diseases (JAPA).

Product Name Perfect Mineral AI (Powder)
Ingredients Citric acid, Organic fulvic acid powder (derived from humic shale), Lactose, Acerola powder, Organic fulvic acid extract (derived from humic shale), Granular silicon dioxide, Vitamin B2
Content 2g x 15 sachets (30g) / pack



  • Anti-microbial and fungicide
  • Reduce rashes and skin irritations
  • Improved immune support
  • Enhanced detoxification


【Precaution step】

  • Make sure the packaging is properly sealed when not in use, and store away from direct sunlight, high temperatures and high humidity.
  • If you are taking any medication or undergoing treatment, pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult your physician before using this product.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Please stop using it if you have any physical discomfort or feel uncomfortable.
  • The colour and taste may vary slightly due to the variations of natural ingredients used. However, this will not affect the quality of the ingredients, it is safe to be used.


Ancient Plant Sediment Layer's Minerals with Unique Blend of Acerola

The ancient plant that buried under the ground from about 100 million years ago absorbs the minerals from earth and quietly deposited in the sediment layer. It is different from the minerals that widely consumed, we call it as 'plant minerals'. With the combination of acerola, a vitamin C-rich fruit that act as an antioxidant to protect skin from radical damage and synthesize collagen, Perfect Mineral Ai Powder brings out the health and beauty within you.


  • Plant minerals are originated in Utah, USA; extracted from the plant sediment layer, with excellent safety.
  • Contains a variety of trace minerals. Tiny molecules, and higher absorption rate.
  • Acerola fruit and vitamins with potent antioxidant benefits.


Perfect Mineral AI - Recognised by the Medical Community

"Medical Group Japanese Association of Preventative Medicine for Adult Diseases" will only recommend the excellent products with "quality and safety" as priority to the consumers.

The recommended review includes product specifications, raw material quality (whether it is a natural ingredient), the liability of the product description, the safety of the product to human body, the product itself, the sales type of the product, and the corporate advertisement (consumer safety as first priority), from the beginning to the interview with operator, there will be a total of 8 processes, 20 projects of review, the products will only be launched after going through the final stage, which is obtained the recognition from the board of directors via a comprehensive review. And in the field of each product, there is only one product or one company will be selected as a representative.


The Recommendation from Medical Group - Japanese Association of Preventative Medicine for Adult Diseases

Japanese Association of Preventative Medicine for Adult Diseases

The association was established in 1988 by the doctors from Tokyo Metropolitan Health and Medical Information Center and the directors of the Physician Cooperative in Tokyo region. A group of medical practitioners and physicians of specialised field, supported by group of scholars and private sectors, aiming to prevent diseases (civilized diseases) and establish a healthy society through free consultation and assistant in obtaining health manager qualifications, speech activities, etc., and actively promoting "preventive medicine."



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