Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Natural Power Paint

[Sponsored Review]

It was 8 years ago when we painted our house. Since our bedroom has an attached bathroom, there are moulds appearing on the wall near the bathroom. Oh, I think I have to do something about it.

When I was invited to try out Ganban-Yoku therapy at Anti-Oxidant Centre some time ago, the kind owner introduced to me a product called Natural Power paint. I am grateful to have an opportunity to try it out in our bedroom.


He shared with me that Natural Power paint consists of a mineral called sericite, which has the following features:

  • gives off negative ions which combine with the moisture (positive ions) in the air to generate oxygen
  • gives off far infrared radiation at room temperature, providing a warm and pleasant indoor environment
  • purifies the air and has anti-bacterial effect
  • absorbs odour

Honestly, though I have painted many banners during my school days, this is my fist time in my life painting a room!



It took much muscle power to paint a room.



See the difference before and after painting!

Before painting

After painting

How would I know the effect of the paint? I was skeptical about it. The owner suggested that I conduct a simple experiment - get a bunch of cut flowers, put half of them in the room painted with Natural Power, and the other half in another room. 

In the room with Natural Power

In the room without Natural Power

We painted the blue wall with two layers, and the greyish white walls with three layers, I would say that painting with three layers give a better finishing. 

For more information about Natural Power paint, check out Anti-Oxidant Centre's website!


Disclaimer: We received some paint for review purpose. No monetary compensation was received. All opinions and photos are mine. Content on this post is for informational only, it is not presented by a qualified healthcare professional. 


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