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by:Taiyi Electronic     2020-03-14
KITCHENER —
The era of supermodels may be over, but the face of a Canadian gem will add color to a new product: her own skincare collection.
In 1986, former international supermodel Monika Schnarre won the Ford Model\'s \"World Supermodel\" contest when she was 14.
Scarborough natives wore countless runways and decorated the covers of countless fashion magazines in an era before Photoshop, when supermodels were household names.
She may have put the model and the show behind her, but she\'s back in the game
Nature, cruelty
A free skincare collection called iampure made here at Waterloo.
On Thursday night, Schnarre promoted her new reaction at the kitchenleheads Health and Nutrition Center
Aging Skin
High-grade skin care products.
Surprisingly, the location of Bruce Street is also her best seller.
On Thursday, Schnarre told 20 people about how she traveled the world, danced with Mick Jagger, shook hands with Mikhail Gobachev, and helped dismantle the Berlin Wall.
\"I sometimes feel like Forrest Gump, I just came to the right place at the right time,\" she said with a smile.
But now, as a mother of twoyear-
The old toddler, Bode, Schnarre wants to keep it simple.
She started her skincare journey a few years ago.
\"I\'m looking for Africa.
\"When I was 40 trying to get pregnant, an invasive way to take care of my skin,\" she said . \".
She met local beauty doctor Keith Burk through the shopping channel, who together made natural recipes with ingredients such as desert cactus, algae extract and wheat grass. The six-
At Waterloo, a local skin care company in Burk, Avaria health and beauty, the production line is produced in small batches, with 250 to 500 bottles.
Another great thing is that the price of each product is under $40.
Iampure was officially launched in last January, but since then it has taken off in central BC, Quebec and Waterloo.
There are more than 200 retailers in Canada.
Eamonn McKay, chief buyer of Fiddleheads, said the products were becoming more and more popular.
\"People used it and liked it very much, and it was made locally, so it was really a full package.
Local contacts are important to our customers, he added.
For more information, please visit www. iampure. ca/.
Alatif @ therecord.
Com, Weibo: @ LatifRecordKITCHENER-
The era of supermodels may be over, but the face of a Canadian gem will add color to a new product: her own skincare collection.
In 1986, former international supermodel Monika Schnarre won the Ford Model\'s \"World Supermodel\" contest when she was 14.
Scarborough natives wore countless runways and decorated the covers of countless fashion magazines in an era before Photoshop, when supermodels were household names.
She may have put the model and the show behind her, but she\'s back in the game
Nature, cruelty
A free skincare collection called iampure made here at Waterloo.
On Thursday night, Schnarre promoted her new reaction at the kitchenleheads Health and Nutrition Center
Aging Skin
High-grade skin care products.
Surprisingly, the location of Bruce Street is also her best seller.
On Thursday, Schnarre told 20 people about how she traveled the world, danced with Mick Jagger, shook hands with Mikhail Gobachev, and helped dismantle the Berlin Wall.
\"I sometimes feel like Forrest Gump, I just came to the right place at the right time,\" she said with a smile.
But now, as a mother of twoyear-
The old toddler, Bode, Schnarre wants to keep it simple.
She started her skincare journey a few years ago.
\"I\'m looking for Africa.
\"When I was 40 trying to get pregnant, an invasive way to take care of my skin,\" she said . \".
She met local beauty doctor Keith Burk through the shopping channel, who together made natural recipes with ingredients such as desert cactus, algae extract and wheat grass. The six-
At Waterloo, a local skin care company in Burk, Avaria health and beauty, the production line is produced in small batches, with 250 to 500 bottles.
Another great thing is that the price of each product is under $40.
Iampure was officially launched in last January, but since then it has taken off in central BC, Quebec and Waterloo.
There are more than 200 retailers in Canada.
Eamonn McKay, chief buyer of Fiddleheads, said the products were becoming more and more popular.
\"People used it and liked it very much, and it was made locally, so it was really a full package.
Local contacts are important to our customers, he added.
For more information, please visit www. iampure. ca/.
Alatif @ therecord.
Com, Weibo: @ LatifRecordKITCHENER-
The era of supermodels may be over, but the face of a Canadian gem will add color to a new product: her own skincare collection.
In 1986, former international supermodel Monika Schnarre won the Ford Model\'s \"World Supermodel\" contest when she was 14.
Scarborough natives wore countless runways and decorated the covers of countless fashion magazines in an era before Photoshop, when supermodels were household names.
She may have put the model and the show behind her, but she\'s back in the game
Nature, cruelty
A free skincare collection called iampure made here at Waterloo.
On Thursday night, Schnarre promoted her new reaction at the kitchenleheads Health and Nutrition Center
Aging Skin
High-grade skin care products.
Surprisingly, the location of Bruce Street is also her best seller.
On Thursday, Schnarre told 20 people about how she traveled the world, danced with Mick Jagger, shook hands with Mikhail Gobachev, and helped dismantle the Berlin Wall.
\"I sometimes feel like Forrest Gump, I just came to the right place at the right time,\" she said with a smile.
But now, as a mother of twoyear-
The old toddler, Bode, Schnarre wants to keep it simple.
She started her skincare journey a few years ago.
\"I\'m looking for Africa.
\"When I was 40 trying to get pregnant, an invasive way to take care of my skin,\" she said . \".
She met local beauty doctor Keith Burk through the shopping channel, who together made natural recipes with ingredients such as desert cactus, algae extract and wheat grass. The six-
At Waterloo, a local skin care company in Burk, Avaria health and beauty, the production line is produced in small batches, with 250 to 500 bottles.
Another great thing is that the price of each product is under $40.
Iampure was officially launched in last January, but since then it has taken off in central BC, Quebec and Waterloo.
There are more than 200 retailers in Canada.
Eamonn McKay, chief buyer of Fiddleheads, said the products were becoming more and more popular.
\"People used it and liked it very much, and it was made locally, so it was really a full package.
Local contacts are important to our customers, he added.
For more information, please visit www. iampure. ca/.
Alatif @ therecord.
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