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What Is It:


The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage cream might just be the skincare step you never knew you needed, and once you try it, won’t be able to live without.
What exactly is The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage? It’s a nutritional “massage cream” that helps restore the look and feel of your skin by improving circulation, moisture levels, and skin nutrition.
The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage works by morphing from cream to an oil-like consistency once activated by the heat generated by gentle massaging motions. Massaging serves two purposes, to encourage circulation and the flushing of fluid to reduce puffiness. It also delivers rich skin nutrition along the way, infusing your skin with The History of Whoo’s signature ancient royal court ingredients that make their products so special.
Inside The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage you’ll find the treasures of ancient Korea, held precious by the dynasties and reserved strictly for royalty. The key ingredient in this cream is Velvet extract, carefully collected from deer antler. This precious ingredient not easily gathered in nature and is therefore rare and used sparingly in lesser creams. It promotes wound healing and provides serious moisture and elasticity to the skin. Other premium botanicals such as Royal Jelly, Cordyceps, Hydrolyzed Collagen, and Panax Ginseng Root revitalizes and protects skin.The age delaying formula immediately replenishes dehydrated skin, leaving it refreshed, soft, and firm.
Take time for yourself, treat your inner empress to The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage.


Our insight:


This cream-to-oil formulation is meant to be tissued off after use; however don’t wash it off completely. The rich ingredients will continue to moisturize and protect skin throughout your day or night.
For full ingredients, check out COSDNA’s analysis.


How to use:


Use provided spatula to apply it over face after using toner. Melt the balm to oil with your hand and massage it gently over the face. Wipe off with tissue and start next step of skincare.


Ingredients:


Main ingredients: deer antlers, dong quai, Cornus fruit, acanthopanax, Asparagus. Wild ginseng Cordyceps militaris. For full ingredients, see Our Insight.


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 Nok Yong Massage cream might just be the skincare step you never knew you needed, and once you try it, won’t be able to live without.
What exactly is The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage? It’s a nutritional “massage cream” that helps restore the look and feel of your skin by improving circulation, moisture levels, and skin nutrition.
The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage works by morphing from cream to an oil-like consistency once activated by the heat generated by gentle massaging motions. Massaging serves two purposes, to encourage circulation and the flushing of fluid to reduce puffiness. It also delivers rich skin nutrition along the way, infusing your skin with The History of Whoo’s signature ancient royal court ingredients that make their products so special.
Inside The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage you’ll find the treasures of ancient Korea, held precious by the dynasties and reserved strictly for royalty. The key ingredient in this cream is Velvet extract, carefully collected from deer antler. This precious ingredient not easily gathered in nature and is therefore rare and used sparingly in lesser creams. It promotes wound healing and provides serious moisture and elasticity to the skin. Other premium botanicals such as Royal Jelly, Cordyceps, Hydrolyzed Collagen, and Panax Ginseng Root revitalizes and protects skin.The age delaying formula immediately replenishes dehydrated skin, leaving it refreshed, soft, and firm.
Take time for yourself, treat your inner empress to The History of Whoo Nok Yong Massage.


Our insight

Our insight:


This cream-to-oil formulation is meant to be tissued off after use; however don’t wash it off completely. The rich ingredients will continue to moisturize and protect skin throughout your day or night.
For full ingredients, check out COSDNA’s analysis.


How to use

How to use:


Use provided spatula to apply it over face after using toner. Melt the balm to oil with your hand and massage it gently over the face. Wipe off with tissue and start next step of skincare.


Ingredients

Ingredients:


Main ingredients: deer antlers, dong quai, Cornus fruit, acanthopanax, Asparagus. Wild ginseng Cordyceps militaris. For full ingredients, see Our Insight.


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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