Video: Traditional Korean Anti Aging Skin Care On a Budget (Introduction to Hanbang Skincare Part 2)
Introducing the best Korean anti-aging skincare brands that won’t break the bank.
Hanbang skincare is a Traditional Korean skincare practice that involves the use of herbal prescriptions and formulation techniques based on original principles of Traditional Korean Medicine (TKM) with incorporation of modern science. The main application of these principles lies in anti aging skincare, and many Korean anti aging brands are based on Hanbang philosophy.
Due to a number of particular factors I’ll discuss in this video, many of these brands come at a pretty steep price point. In this video however, I’ll introduce you to the best entry-level traditional Korean anti-aging skin care brands.
This video is the second and last part of a mini series on Hanbang skin care. In the first part I discussed the characteristics of Hanbang cosmetics and the principles they are based on. Part 1 of my introduction to Hanbang Skincare is available at this link. I tried to keep these videos accessible and easy to follow even for casual skincare users with no prior knowledge of TKM or Oriental Medicine, however if you’d like to take a deep dive into the topic, I also wrote a very detailed article on Hanbang skincare on my website.
Products mentioned in this video:
▪ Yehwadam – Hwansaenggo Serum Concentrate
▪ The History of Whoo – Bichup Self-Generating Anti-Aging Concentrate (SHOP)
▪ Sooryehan – Hyobidam Fermented Cream
▪ Missha – MISA Geum Sul Vitalizing Eye Cream (SHOP)
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I translated all facts and contents in this video from original Korean sources, so I kindly ask you to credit my work if you’re planning to use any of the information included in the video.
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