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What Is It:


The History of Whoo Cream Cleanser gently cleans skin impurities in one easy elegant step. Shea Butter and Macadamia Seed Oil envelop the skin is a rich silkiness as it whisks away the day’s pollutants, dirt, makeup, and sebum. This leaves your skin soft and not overly stripped of it’s precious natural oils. Maintaining the skin’s delicate moisture levels as you age is a tough job. Moisture loss being a major culprit to the progression of fine lines into permanent wrinkling of the skin. The History of Whoo Cream Cleanser is perfect for drier skin and women entering middle age, a critical time for sudden rapid moisture loss. Using traditional Korean herbal medicinal principals, this cleansing cream addresses the pitfalls of this period in a woman’s life when moisture on all fronts is beginning to decrease as she transitions into her twilight years. Using highly nutritious soapwort extract (Saponaria Officinalis Leaf Extract), all of your makeup, dirt, impurities, and even sunscreen will be completely removed without the drying effects known to plague lesser formulations. This skin enriching formula is free of artificial coloring, parabens, and benzophenone. The main principal of this elegant cream cleanser is maintaining and adding moisture to skin as it cleans. In addition to this, Korean herbal “hanbang” medicinal principals, such as removing “heat” (or irritants) from the skin with the use of and reduce swelling of tissues due to external stressors thus reducing cellular damage with the use of the powerful Cordyceps Sinensis Extract. Herbs such as these were once reserved strictly for members of the royal court, but thanks to The History of Whoo, are now available to you to indulge your inner empress.


Our insight:


The History of Whoo recommends using a peanut sized scoop of cleanser for your face.


How to use:


Apply right amount over face and massage for 1-2 mins. Wipe it off with tissue and wash it with lukewarm water.


Ingredients:


WATER, GLYCERIN, MYRISTIC ACID, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, STEARIC ACID, POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE, LAURIC ACID, POTASSIUM COCOYL GLYCINATE, GLYCOL STEARATE, COCAMIDOPROPYL BETAINE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, PEG-100 STEARATE, SODIUM METHYL COCOYL TAURATE, SORBITAN OLIVATE, FRAGRANCE, MICA, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL, TITANIUM DIOXIDE(CI 77891), TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, SAPONARIA OFFICINALIS LEAF EXTRACT, C14-22 ALCOHOLS, CNIDIUM OFFICINALE ROOT EXTRACT, SQUALANE, TRICHOSANTHES KIRILOWII ROOT EXTRACT, PHASEOLUS ANGULARIS SEED EXTRACT, TRICHOLOMA MATSUTAKE EXTRACT, TRISODIUM EDTA, SAPINDUS MUKOROSSI FRUIT EXTRACT, TRIETHYLHEXANOIN, MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA SEED OIL, TREMELLA FUCIFORMIS (MUSHROOM) EXTRACT, TRAMETES VERSICOLOR EXTRACT, GANODERMA LUCIDUM (MUSHROOM) STEM EXTRACT, CORDYCEPS SINENSIS EXTRACT, ACORUS CALAMUS ROOT EXTRACT, HYDROGENATED LECITHIN, BENINCASA CERIFERA SEED EXTRACT, ARACHIDYL GLUCOSIDE, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, ARTEMISIA VULGARIS EXTRACT, DIMETHICONE, CHOLESTEROL, CERAMIDE NP, CARBOMER, TROMETHAMINE, ANGELICA ACUTILOBA ROOT EXTRACT, CORNUS OFFICINALIS FRUIT EXTRACT, VELVET EXTRACT, THYMUS VULGARIS (THYME) EXTRACT, POLYGONATUM OFFICINALE RHIZOME/ROOT EXTRACT, ASPARAGUS COCHINCHINENSIS ROOT EXTRACT, POLYGONUM MULTIFLORUM ROOT EXTRACT, ACANTHOPANAX SENTICOSUS (ELEUTHERO) ROOT EXTRACT, YELLOW 5 (CI 19140), YELLOW 6(CI 15985), PANAX GINSENG ROOT EXTRACT


Brand info:


This prestige beauty brand focuses on exclusive hanbang ingredients in an elegant, sophisticated package. With jars and vials that look more like little works of Korean art, Whoo was founded to revive the aesthetic of Korean royal culture through modern science and technology. From their essential ginseng-based Gongjinhyang line to their whitening Cheongidan line, formulated with rare ingredients like velvet deer antler extract and jade extract, The History of Whoo truly offers a luxury hanbang experience. With Lee Young Ae as the face of the brand for the last decade, The History of Whoo is best known in Korea and is slowly making their way to the rest of the world.


What Is It

What Is It:


The History of Whoo Cream Cleanser gently cleans skin impurities in one easy elegant step. Shea Butter and Macadamia Seed Oil envelop the skin is a rich silkiness as it whisks away the day’s pollutants, dirt, makeup, and sebum. This leaves your skin soft and not overly stripped of it’s precious natural oils. Maintaining the skin’s delicate moisture levels as you age is a tough job. Moisture loss being a major culprit to the progression of fine lines into permanent wrinkling of the skin. The History of Whoo Cream Cleanser is perfect for drier skin and women entering middle age, a critical time for sudden rapid moisture loss. Using traditional Korean herbal medicinal principals, this cleansing cream addresses the pitfalls of this period in a woman’s life when moisture on all fronts is beginning to decrease as she transitions into her twilight years. Using highly nutritious soapwort extract (Saponaria Officinalis Leaf Extract), all of your makeup, dirt, impurities, and even sunscreen will be completely removed without the drying effects known to plague lesser formulations. This skin enriching formula is free of artificial coloring, parabens, and benzophenone. The main principal of this elegant cream cleanser is maintaining and adding moisture to skin as it cleans. In addition to this, Korean herbal “hanbang” medicinal principals, such as removing “heat” (or irritants) from the skin with the use of and reduce swelling of tissues due to external stressors thus reducing cellular damage with the use of the powerful Cordyceps Sinensis Extract. Herbs such as these were once reserved strictly for members of the royal court, but thanks to The History of Whoo, are now available to you to indulge your inner empress.


Our insight

Our insight:


The History of Whoo recommends using a peanut sized scoop of cleanser for your face.


How to use

How to use:


Apply right amount over face and massage for 1-2 mins. Wipe it off with tissue and wash it with lukewarm water.


Ingredients

Ingredients:


WATER, GLYCERIN, MYRISTIC ACID, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, STEARIC ACID, POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE, LAURIC ACID, POTASSIUM COCOYL GLYCINATE, GLYCOL STEARATE, COCAMIDOPROPYL BETAINE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, PEG-100 STEARATE, SODIUM METHYL COCOYL TAURATE, SORBITAN OLIVATE, FRAGRANCE, MICA, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL, TITANIUM DIOXIDE(CI 77891), TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, SAPONARIA OFFICINALIS LEAF EXTRACT, C14-22 ALCOHOLS, CNIDIUM OFFICINALE ROOT EXTRACT, SQUALANE, TRICHOSANTHES KIRILOWII ROOT EXTRACT, PHASEOLUS ANGULARIS SEED EXTRACT, TRICHOLOMA MATSUTAKE EXTRACT, TRISODIUM EDTA, SAPINDUS MUKOROSSI FRUIT EXTRACT, TRIETHYLHEXANOIN, MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA SEED OIL, TREMELLA FUCIFORMIS (MUSHROOM) EXTRACT, TRAMETES VERSICOLOR EXTRACT, GANODERMA LUCIDUM (MUSHROOM) STEM EXTRACT, CORDYCEPS SINENSIS EXTRACT, ACORUS CALAMUS ROOT EXTRACT, HYDROGENATED LECITHIN, BENINCASA CERIFERA SEED EXTRACT, ARACHIDYL GLUCOSIDE, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, ARTEMISIA VULGARIS EXTRACT, DIMETHICONE, CHOLESTEROL, CERAMIDE NP, CARBOMER, TROMETHAMINE, ANGELICA ACUTILOBA ROOT EXTRACT, CORNUS OFFICINALIS FRUIT EXTRACT, VELVET EXTRACT, THYMUS VULGARIS (THYME) EXTRACT, POLYGONATUM OFFICINALE RHIZOME/ROOT EXTRACT, ASPARAGUS COCHINCHINENSIS ROOT EXTRACT, POLYGONUM MULTIFLORUM ROOT EXTRACT, ACANTHOPANAX SENTICOSUS (ELEUTHERO) ROOT EXTRACT, YELLOW 5 (CI 19140), YELLOW 6(CI 15985), PANAX GINSENG ROOT EXTRACT


Brand info

Brand info:


This prestige beauty brand focuses on exclusive hanbang ingredients in an elegant, sophisticated package. With jars and vials that look more like little works of Korean art, Whoo was founded to revive the aesthetic of Korean royal culture through modern science and technology. From their essential ginseng-based Gongjinhyang line to their whitening Cheongidan line, formulated with rare ingredients like velvet deer antler extract and jade extract, The History of Whoo truly offers a luxury hanbang experience. With Lee Young Ae as the face of the brand for the last decade, The History of Whoo is best known in Korea and is slowly making their way to the rest of the world.


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