|[BEAUTY OF JOSEON]|
|Hanbang Serum Discovery Kit - 1pack (4items)|
|The 'Hanbang discovery kit' was created for those who want to find out which of the four BOJ serums is best for their skin.
This is a 10ml mini size set with 4 types of serums so that you can choose to use or layer them according to your skin type or skin issues.
Consist of :
√ Revive Serum : Ginseng + Snail Mucin (10ml / 0.33fl.oz.)
√ Glow Deep Serum : Rice + Alpha-Arbutin (10ml / 0.33fl.oz.)
√ Glow Serum : Propolis + Niacinamide (10ml / 0.33fl.oz.)
√ Calming Serum : Green Tea + Panthenol (10ml / 0.33fl.oz.)
1. Revive Serum : Ginseng + Snail Mucin
Ginseng + Snail Mucin is a skin-repairing serum formulated
with 63% Ginseng Root Water and 3% Snail Secretion Filtrate
to aid in preventing wrinkles, improving the elasticity of the skin,
and brightening dull complexions.
2. Glow Deep Serum : Rice + Alpha-Arbutin
A light-weight, hydrating serum enriched with Hanbang
(traditional Korean herbal medicine) ingredients for skin brightening & anti-pigmentation.
3. Glow Serum : Propolis + Niacinamide
Propolis + Niacinamide might be the serum your skin needs.
Formulated with Propolis, a well-known anti-inflammatory ingredient,
this Glow Serum helps to fight acne caused by skin irritations.
4. Calming Serum : Green Tea + Panthenol
This product is designed to improve easily irritated and sensitive skin.
76.49% of green tea water, which is known for its soothing effect, and 2% of panthenol,
which creates synergy, are blended together. Panthenol forms a moisture film
on the skin surface to protect it from external stimuli.
|[How to use]|
|Apply 2-3 drops of serum onto the skin and pat gently to help absorption
|- Condition : NEW|
|- Contents : 10ml x 4pcs|
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