About the product
What Is It:
Did you know that as we grow older, our skin’s ability to heal itself slows down? This is because something called EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor) decreases in our body as we get older. EGF acts on the surface of our skin and is known to promote our skin to improve itself! So Swanicoco created an ampoule containing 99% EGF (or 10ppm – parts per million) and other skin rejuvenating ingredients to boost skin elasticity, protects skin, and strengthen skin barriers. Experience powerful complexion improvement with Swanicoco’s EGF 10ppm Pure Ampoule!
※ Real Tip from Swanicoco※ The ideal temperature to keep this ampoule well is from 11°C to 15°C(51.8°F to 59°F). If you keep the ampoule in the regular fridge, it would be too cold for the ampoule, and it might make it frozen or fundamental transform of ingredients. Make sure you keep it in cool area, or in the cosmetics only fridge.
How to use:
Though you may use the ampoule after applying a toner or essence, it is recommended to use the ampoule as the first step to your skincare regime after cleansing. Apply the ampoule evenly to you face and neck, and pat gently to promote absorption.
Ingredients: rh-Oligopeptide-1, Tocopherol, Allantoin, Carbomer, Arginine, Olibanum, and Rosa Damascena Flower Oil.
Beauty brands that claim to be nature-based are a dime a dozen in South Korea, but Swanicoco takes that claim seriously. With the commitment to ensuring that each Swanicoco product consists of 90% to 100% natural ingredients, Swanicoco has risen to the top of Rankey.com’s list of natural cosmetics in Korea. And it’s no wonder. Beloved for their standout products like the Bitamin C line, the Centella Asiatica Salve (an editor favorite), and PHA 10% Coco Soft Peeling Cream, Swanicoco is on a mission to disprove the notion that natural ingredients are less effective. Swanicoco harnesses Korea’s high-tech biotechnology to provide products with not just time-honored botanical ingredients but those that are science-based, ranging from epidermal growth factors to snail mucin to fermented ingredients. Originally founded in 2000 by Seong Chunseon as a way to treat her family’s sensitive skin, Swanicoco soon expanded to a business after Seong started getting rave reviews of her naturally fermented soaps from her neighbors. Today, Swanicoco boasts a collection of over 150 products, ranging from skincare and color cosmetics to hair and body care and, of course, Seong’s fermented soaps (now offered in nine varieties). There are 28 Swanicoco retail locations throughout Korea as well as a robust online presence. A favorite of insiders in the beauty community, Swanicoco continues to operate in the spirit of its founder, making each product as if it were for their own family.