I'm From - Mugwort Essence - 30ml / 160ml
This refreshing essence is made with just a single ingredient: 100% Mugwort Extract. This super herb has hormone balancing, soothing and anti-ageing properties. Your skin will drink this essence up - it binds and absorbs well to calm and hydrate sensitive skin.
This product has a pH level of 5-7.
30ml / 160ml.
Product of Korea.
Mugwort is known to detoxify skin, making it effective for oily, irritated and acne-prone skin. It's also suitable for rosacea and cystic acne. We love this stuff.
After cleansing and toning, dispense a moderate amount onto the face and spread evenly, focusing on areas that need more help.
As a Essence: Apply appropriate amount after cleansing & toning.
As a Essence Mask: Wet cotton pads with essence and leave on for 5 minutes. Gently pat remainder essence.
As a Mist: Pour into an empty spray bottle and spray whenever your skin feels dry.
Stop using the product immediately and consult a dermatologist when redness, swelling, or other skin irritations occur, and consult a physician. Avoid applying the product on open wounds or skin inflammation. Keep away from direct sunlight and out of reach of infants and children.
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Ingredients subject to change at manufacturer's discretion. For the most complete and up-to-date list of ingredients, please refer to product packaging.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Mugwort Essence do?
Mugwort Essence is awesome on hormonal acne, redness, rosacea and even a patchy skintone. Sensitive skin will love its feel, and because it's an essence, it can be used after your toner to recharge your skin's moisturizer level before the application of any serums (or for an additional layer of moisture before your cream).
What does mugwort extract do for skin?
What can't mugwort extract do for your skin? Mugwort has strong anti-inflammatory properties, and research has shown it to be effective against skin conditions such as eczema, rosacea and even psoriasis. The K-Beauty world has long loved mugwort, although it is relatively new on the Western beauty scene. It's also said to be efective in calming and even helping to prevent hormonal acne.
How often should I use Mugwort Essence?
The Mugwort Essence is safe to be used twice daily on its own after cleansing and before moisturizing, or sandwiched beteen layers of toner and serum.
Can Mugwort Essence be used as toner?
You can use the Mugwort Essence as a toner - but most K-Beauty connoisseurs will tell you that your toner should be used to either correct your skin's pH after cleansing, or pick up any dirt and debris before an essence comes on the scene. That way, your skin can get the most out of its essence.
Is mugwort good for skin?
When it comes to skincare, mugwort is considered extremely safe and good for your skin. There is no concrete evidence showing it's harmful when applied topically.
Can mugwort be toxic?
Mugwort contains a substance called thujone, which can be toxic in large amounts - but this applies to ingesting mugwort rather than using it in skincare (which uses it in much smaller amounts). Mugwort is also sold in dietary pills and soaked as a tea - so perhaps consuming large amounts of this herb might not be the best. As for skincare, it's safe. It's like retinol and acids or your favourite moisturizer. It's safe to apply, but the rules change if you're going to eat it! Also, please don't eat your skincare, lol.
Is Mugwort Essence good for fungal acne?
The good news is that Mugwort Essence is good for fungal acne - because it only contains one very skin friendly ingredient: mugwort. There are no fermented ingredients (which can be a trigger for fungal acne) and mugwort can help to calm acne inflammation.
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