Baviphat Woori Gokmul Fermented Clear Skin  

Posted by: Foxy Frangipani in ,

Baviphat Says:                
15 kinds of organic grains and crops and fermented ingredients help the skin to recover its original feeling of wellness. Organic grains fermented with yeast keeps the skin moist and smooth. Cereal ingredients hydrate and nourish the skin for clean and glowing complexion.

Organic grains: Brown rice, Barley, Mung Beans, Millet, Soybeans, Job's Tears, Wheat, Black Sesame, Peas, Beans, Oats, Sesame, Corn, Black Beans, Rice.

Fermented grain ingredients contain various amino acids and antioxidants for skin nourishment and increases effective absorption deep into the skin.

- Brown rice; tocotrienols with 40-60 times more effective antioxidant activity for firmer skin. Vitamin B, E and F provide rich moisturising for clear and radiant skin.

- Barley; soothes skin that has become sensitive to the harsh environment for moisturised and sheer skin tone and maintains the balance of natural skin oils. Rich in Vitamin B and fiber, and makes your skin full of elasticity.

- Mung bean; contains unsaturated fatty acids, Linoleic acid for moisturising and exfoliating to remove waste from the skin effectively for clear and clean skin.

- Millet; contains a large amount of antioxidant polyphenols, polyunsaturated fatty acids and oleic acid to keep skin moisturised and nourished.

- Soybean; abundant in vegetable protein and vitamin E to prevent skin aging and protect the skin from the external environment.

Foxy Frangipani Says:
Nett Wt: 150ml
Texture: Clear water
Scent: n/a
Price: n/a (free gift)

I redeemed this during their new opening in Penang.
It came in a heavy glass bottle. Its texture is just like water, with no white residue.

It took me a long time to finish this because.. it does nothing for my skin. At least I didn't see any changes. When I have whiteheads attack, this toner didn't seem to help either. So for me I have nothing much to say about this.

Just glad I emptied this, would have hate to put this to waste..

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