Korean The History of Whoo Gongjinhyang Mi Skin Cover Pact SPF 35 PA++ 10g MakeUp Cosmetic Description
Traditional herbal skin care method, which had been only used in the Oriental palace, is newly interpreted and applied to The History of Whoo Gongjinhyang line products.
The History of Whoo cosmetic product, including gold and amber ingredients, is manufactured based upon traditional royal skin care recipe.
The History of Whoo Gongjinhyang Mi Skin Cover Pact SPF 35 PA++ 10g – How to Use:
Apply the skin cover pact on a powder puff included in the product and lightly tap it over the face.
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The History of Whoo Gongjinhyang Mi Skin Cover Pact SPF 35 PA++ 10g
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