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About the product
What Is It:
Korea’s royal court praised the beauty of their empresses, with mouths like a plump rosebud, and their secret beauty formulas were a strictly forbidden secret. Until now. The History of Whoo Royal Lip Balm unlocks the secret to beautiful lips.
The History of Whoo Royal Lip Balm contains a whopping 32 different precious Korean hanbang medicinal herbs that are believed to enhance energy flow to the lips and improve any dullness in tone.
Ingredients made for a queen nourish your lips and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. These royal treasures include four different precious used within the royal court renown for their skin protection functions and radiance. Your lips are enveloped with the royal mixture of real gold, pearl, amber, and coral, a treat once strictly forbidden to all but the most upper echelons of society.
Dryness is banished thanks to the inclusion of rich pumpkin extracts. The History of Whoo Royal Lip Balm melts into your lips, leaving behind a deep moisture and providing a protective barrier to seal in hydration.
This beautiful pot really elevates your lip balm experience. The ointment type balm makes for a wonderfully nourishing part of your skincare routine.
How to use:
Apply to lips as needed.
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.