SKINCARE INSPIRED BY THE ANCIENT KOREAN COURTS
The History of Whoo is recognised for its premium skincare and cosmetics, with formulas inspired by the ancient Korean courts. To continue creating products fit for modern-day empresses, the brand boosts powerful oriental medicines with modern science. For example, nanotechnology downsizes every ingredient so it becomes easily absorbed into the skin for better results.
Cheonyuldan, the latest premium skincare range by The History of Whoo, addresses early signs of ageing caused by environmental and biological aggressors. These include blemishes, wrinkles, dullness, loss of elasticity and enlarged pores.
The formula includes Gongjinbidan (a complex of deer antler, angelica root, cornelian cherries, acanthopanax root bark, asparagus root and wild thyme); Cheongibidan (a reinterpretation of Empress Cixi’s beauty regime of pearl-shaped wild ginseng root and deer antler powder), and Cheolpiseokgok (dendrobrium orchid), a highly valued medicinal herb harvested from cliffs 1,000m above sea level.
In the line-up are Ultimate Regenerating Balancer, Ultimate Regenerating Essence, Ultimate Regenerating Emulsion, and Ultimate Regenerating Cream. These work together to prep, hydrate, repair and strengthen skin while promoting cellular growth, immunity and collagen synthesis.