🔸1. Is it true that Kore­an cos­met­ics are not suit­able for Euro­pean girls?

Of course it will! More­over, it is known that Asian women have denser skin in its struc­ture and are ful­ly sat­u­rat­ed with col­la­gen, it is for these rea­sons that cos­met­ics are designed to pen­e­trate deep­er into the skin. Based on this log­ic, for us, these cos­met­ics will be much more effec­tive than ana­logues of Euro­pean brands.

🔸2. So many jars labeled “Whiten­ing”, is it true that Kore­an cos­met­ics whiten the skin?

You could not help but notice these inscrip­tions, they are painful­ly often found on the trea­sured jars and tubes. To tell the truth, yes, there are real bleach­ing agents in Kore­an cos­met­ics. But often their action is not aimed at whiten­ing the skin, but rather at evening out the tone, elim­i­nat­ing pig­men­ta­tion and giv­ing radi­ance.

🔸3. I have nev­er used Kore­an cos­met­ics, where to start acquain­tance? Do they have their own “chips”?

With­out any doubt, if this is your first acquain­tance with Kore­an cos­met­ics, be sure to start it with serums, patch­es and ton­ers, you will be delight­ed! Also on the main posi­tions are BB- and CC-creams, emul­sions, cush­ions and, of course, WHERE WITHOUT THEM, these are all kinds of masks: fab­ric, algi­nate, hydro­gel and night. Exper­i­ment ahead!

🔸4. Swal­low’s nest extract — what is it and where does it come from?

If you were hop­ing that this is a beau­ti­ful metaphor, then no. The swal­low’s nest is the most nat­ur­al nest. It con­sists of the sali­va of a sala­gan bird, sea min­er­als and var­i­ous impu­ri­ties, such as shells and twigs. It is sali­va and sea min­er­als that are used for cos­met­ic pur­pos­es. The entire com­po­si­tion is fil­tered in order to puri­fy every­thing from unnec­es­sary impu­ri­ties, then with the help of spe­cial equip­ment they “squeeze out” and com­plete­ly puri­fy sali­va and sea min­er­als.

🔸5. How is snail mucin obtained?

Dur­ing the extrac­tion of mucin, not a sin­gle snail was harmed! The times when mol­lusks were sub­ject­ed to great stress are a thing of the dis­tant past. It was found that the com­po­si­tion of the mucin is unsta­ble. It is now believed that the more favor­able and calmer the snail feels, the bet­ter the mucus it pro­duces.

Do you have any ques­tions you would like to ask? If yes, then don’t be shy


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