Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Beauty -

Apart from min­ing the re­sources of Korean herbal medicine, Sul­wha­soo is also highly re­spect­ful of the sang-seng prin­ci­ple. This is the tra­di­tional Korean tenet that ad­vo­cates that only by achiev­ing true har­mony and bal­ance be­tween two op­pos­ing en­er­gies ( yin and yang) can the skin glow and man­i­fest flaw­less beauty. There­fore, Sul­wha­soo culls from the age-old medic­i­nal be­lief that the best ef­fects can be achieved via this pow­er­ful syn­ergy, us­ing an ad­e­quate blend of fresh and treated herbs, and pre­serv­ing an­cient her­itage while seek­ing out the most cut­tingedge pro­cess­ing tech­niques to at­tain the ben­e­fits of raw, nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents.

For its ad­vanced whiten­ing range Sno­wise, the Poje Method treats the in­gre­di­ents with salt, which clarifies the mind and pu­ri­fies the blood­stream, and is a pow­er­ful detox­i­fy­ing el­e­ment that can erad­i­cate in­flam­ma­tion and brighten the skin. Add to that, mul­berry tree logs, tra­di­tion­ally lauded as a bright­en­ing agent, are soaked in salt wa­ter and baked. Com­bined with spe­cially har­vested raw in­gre­di­ents, the new Sno­wise EX Whiten­ing Serum for­mula is the last word in skin bright­en­ing.

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