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Traditional Korean Herbal Cosmetics

What is a cosmetic?

 

Definition: A cosmetic protects the skin from environmental pollution or various toxic materials (chemical, mineral, medicinal), keeps the skin healthy and restores it through direct application and absorption of nutrients which the skin needs. Choosing harmless, everyday cosmetics to protect and maintain your health is paramount.

 

Technical classification

 
General natural cosmetic

General natural cosmetics are made from emulsifying water-soluble and oil-soluble ingredients. They are the main sources of chemical and mineral materials, and the composite chemical materials such as preservatives, artificial colors and fragrances common to cosmetic technology derived from old chemical cosmetics. Recently, natural ingredients have been used to meet the customers’ demands. However, these cosmetics may not work well because they interfere with the absorption of nutrients and the respiration of the skin.

General Korean herbal cosmetics

General Korean herbal cosmetics are made through an introduction of medical or composite functional materials in order to remedy their flaws such as side effects.

Traditional Korean herbal cosmetics Traditional Korean herbal cosmetics are made from compound prescriptions of dozens of medicinal herbs based on Oriental philosophy from which a new material called jundanmuljil is created. Unlike general herbal cosmetics, they do not interfere with cutaneous respiration and make the skin healthy by promoting absorption to activate the skin cells. Since they are made from edible raw materials they absorb volatile and synthetic nutrients safely.

 

Superiority of the Traditional Korean Herbal Cosmetics

 

Technical Features of Cosmetics

Description
General Natural Cosmetics
General Korean Herbal Cosmetics
Traditional Korean Herbal Cosmetics
Background
Western science medicine
Allopathy
Oriental philosophy and Korean herbal medicine
Main Ingredients

Chemical, mineral source
+
Natural source
(Inedible 20%)

2-5 numbers of
allopathic medicine
More than 30 herbal sources
(Edible 100%)
Fragrance
Artificial fragrance
 
Natural fragrance
Preservatives
Chemical preservatives
 
No preservatives
Effective material
Mixing of individual material
+
Mixing of effective materials
 
Compound prescription
+
Korean herbal medicine processing
Processing method
Composite chemical functional material, medicine
 
Jundanmuljil (“information”)
Allergy effect
2-5 %
1-3%
0.1-0.3%
Effectiveness · Temporary effect of whitening and softening by using chemical materials, but disrupts the skin’s ability to breathe and absorb nutrients.
· Skin aging, yellowish color and corrosion due to weakened skin’s biological functions and lack of
nutrition.
· Not to absorb but to penetrate into the skin.
· Occurrence of toxication and habitualness by simple or non- standard prescription which cannot neutralize toxins from the herb itself.
· It will be applied to a certain physical constitution, so it causes side effects when it is used publicly.
· Edible materials only which are equal to them of skin cell.
· Acceleration of skin breathing and absorption or volatile nutrient materials and “Jundanmuljil” .
· To actively accelerate the skin’s biological functions by blood circulation and acceleration of permeation of multi
nutrients.
· To permeate by itself.
Side effect · Acceleration of aging process
· Discoloration, spots, allergy, keratosis, blushing
· Yellowish skin, corrosion (reduction of skin tone), expansion of capillary vessel and pores.
· Lowering skin functions (lack of nutrient), black spots, black hair.
· Osteoporosis, exhaustion of cartilage, ovarian expansion, irregular menstruation, diabetes.
· Injurious to infant health
· No harmful effects to body.
· A slight allergic effect.
 
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