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Pyunkang Yul

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Pyunkang Yul skincare is developed by the famous Pyunkang Oriental Medicine Clinic, which is known for helping people with a variety of skin issues.

Their products contain the minimum of ingredients to make sure that skin concerns are treated, without including anything unnecessary that might causing irritation. By removing harsh ingredients, their formulas really nourish skin and keep it healthy.

Using ingredients like milk vetch root extract, these products rebalance skin and nourish the complexion. Pyunkang Yul products are free from parabens, artificial fragrances, dyes and colours. This makes these formulas great for sensitive, tired and allergy-prone skin.

This brand has been a cult beauty find for a few years, and for good reason. Just as Pyunkang Yul get rid of unnecessary ingredients in their skincare, they also get rid of unnecessary confusing names in their brand.

An essence toner is called an essence toner, a moisturiser is called a moisturiser. This makes them a very accessible brand to add into your regimen as you know exactly which product goes where.

Products to try…

If you have normal, dry or sensitive skin, the Pyunkang Yul Essence Toner (available in 100ml or 200ml sizes) is a great addition to your routine. This is one of the products that has really put this brand on the map.

The toner has over 91% milk vetch root extract — this replenishes skin’s nutrients, leaving it clear and healthy. The toner is also lightweight and so improves hydration of skin without being too heavy.

Another great product from Pyunkang Yul is the Moisture Serum. It’s fast-absorbing so the skin instantly gets all the nutrients, and ingredients like coptis japonica root extract give maximum hydration to the complexion. This serum helps to brighten skin and get you that glow.



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