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[THE WHOO_Sample] Gongjinhyang Soo Soo Hydrating Foam Cleanser Samples - 10pcs
[THE WHOO_Sample] Gongjinhyang Soo Soo Hydrating Foam Cleanser Samples - 10pcs

[THE WHOO_Sample] Gongjinhyang Soo Soo Hydrating Foam Cleanser Samples - 10pcs

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  • Brands The History Of Whoo
  • Product Code: whoo_sp_1909001
  • Product Weight: 39 g
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
[THE WHOO]
Gongjinhyang Soo Soo Hydrating Foam Cleanser Samples
[Description]
Luxurious lather with a gentle touch. The History of Whoo
Soo Yeon Hydrating Foam Cleanser delicately cleans your skin
with the antioxidant powers of ginseng and while calming camellia
ensures hydration.


Why just wash your face when you can treat it to the same
kind of carefully curated ingredients you’ve come to expect
from The History of Whoo? Keeping up moisture while cleansing is
no easy task, but The History of Whoo Soo Yeon Hydrating Foam Cleanser
does just that.


Camellia japonica Flower Extract calms and soothes your as
it gently washes away impurities without disturbing precious
moisture reserves. Panax Ginseng Root Extract infuses your skin
with antioxidants to fight free radical damage while cleansing.
Skin is then revitalized with a potent blend of Korean hanbang herbs
and extracts such as Acanthopanax sessiliflorum Bark, Velvet extract,
Polygonum multiflorum Root, and Thyme extract.


The History of Whoo Soo Yeon Hydrating Foam Cleanser is formulated
with the once forbidden royal court formulations that make for a truly
luxurious cleansing experience. Rich foam caresses your skin and very
gently whisks away dirt, oils and impurities leaving behind the kind
of supple softness fit for an empress.
[How to use]
Create creamy and rich foam in your palm
and gently massage lather on face. Rinse well.
- Condition : NEW
- Contents : 10pcs
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