Who was that masked man?

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Martin Moodie
Martin Moodie is the Founder & Chairman of The Moodie Report.


“Who was that masked man?” we ask again for the second time in recent weeks on The Moodie BLOG*.

Our picture was taken during the recent TFWA Asia Pacific show in Singapore on the Escale stand where the company unveiled Amala, its new natural skincare brand.

Escale also hosted the world premier launch for Amala at the Singapore Botanic Gardens just after the TFWA show. Outside a few selected spas in the US, the German brand is only available internationally through Nuance-Watson Singapore’s acclaimed perfumes & cosmetics store at Changi Airport – another first for Ken Tse’s dynamic team.

Amala means ‘most pure’ in Sanskrit and is formulated with 100% whole plant ingredients. It contains zero preservatives, petrochemicals, parabens or genetically modified agents. The range focuses on four lines for the face and body.

But could it work on our unnamed masked man? Did he contain zero preservatives? And were there more than four lines to his face? We can reveal that he is a well-known industry figure – a supplier rather than a genetically modified agent – and that he did indeed look better for the treatment (even after having the towel removed).

Who was that masked man? Answers via e-mail please to Martin@TheMoodieReport.com

* Our first masked man – also snapped at the Singapore show – was Marc Fogtmann (below), the V&S Absolut Spirits Area Manager for Middle East, Asia & Pacific Global Travel Retail.

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  • Hi Martin

    Could it be John Kammerman? would recognize that nose anywhere!

    Caroline (Cheung)