Brand from South Korea: RNW. Benefits: Ganoderma Lucidum Extract and D-Panthenol help restore skin suppleness for a clear face line. Hyaluronic Acid and Trehalose nourish and moisturize skin for a glowing complexion. The 5-layered mask sheet maximizes infusion of essence deep into skin. This anti-wrinkle mask is suitable for dry skin type. How to use: 1. Place the mask onto face after applying toner and let it sit for 10-15 minutes. 2. Gently pat the remaining essence into skin.
Brand from Japan: Covermark. A high-performance concentrated essence developed by the pharmacological application of Chinese crude drugs. Use after lotion. Apply one pump in the morning and two pumps at night to entire face. Contains high concentrated plant extracts (ganoderma, panax ginseng, mulberry bark, coix seed extract, Japanese angelica) that perform excellently to rejuvenate and moisturize skin. Works on skin overnight when skin's metabolism is active. Boosts the skin's resilience and improves skin texture. Delicate refreshing fragrance, colorant free.
Brand from South Korea: MAY COOP. Intensive nourishing serum enriched with 80% Maple Tree Sap wakens skin's natural vitality and energy with deep hydration and Contain Ecocert certified skin nourishing Fructan powder, EGF and Pathenol to effectively improve skin condition and offer strong lifting effect for firm, youthful skin Ceramide and Mushroom complex (Ganoderma Lucidum, Sanghwang Mushroom etc.) help strengthen skin inner barrier for healthy skin How to use: After using Raw Sauce or skin, evenly spread a proper amount across the facial area along the skin texture. Gently pat until fully absorbed.
Brand from Japan: Covermark. Formulated using Covermark's cutting-edge capsule technology, Moisture Veil LX enables flawless skin that becomes increasingly radiant over time. In just one minute, achieve a high-performance perfect complexion. Contains an all-new reformulation of Covermark's Moisture Coating Formula to hydrate and moisturise the skin, enabling a flawless finish. Contains Skin Melting Formulation to blend flawlessly with the skin and instantly cover imperfections upon application. Contains Covermark's exclusive formulas Sandwich Complex Powder and Moist Change Powder to absorb oil and achieve a lastingly radiant finish. Contains 7 herbal extracts to moisturise the skin: Panax ginseng, Ganoderma lucidum, Japanese Angelica, Coix Seed, Aloe, Mulberry Bark, Beech. Prevents dark spots and freckles caused by UV rays SPF 32 PA+++. Transform sebum into radiance - Sandwich Complex Powder (Multi-layer structure powder). Holds sebum on skin surface, turning it into a gel to prevent the dulling and blurring of makeup. Increases the radiance of your skin tone with two powders which produce radiant color with sebum. Transforms sebum into a moisturizing veil - Moisture change powder. Absorbs sebum and binds to create a fine moisture veil on the surface of skin moisturising your skin over time. How to use: For areas with imperfections, dab powder on sponge bit by bit and pat onto the skin to avoid creating a heavy look. Do not dampen the sponge. This may cause the foundation's surface to harden.
Ganoderma lucidum (Leyss. ex Fr.) Karst. (Ling Zhi) (Aphyllophorales) (the family Polyporaceae) was first indexed in the Shen Nong s Materia Medica (206 BC 8 AD) as a longevity-promoting and tonic herb of the non-toxic superior class, and has been used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for more than 2000 years to prevent and/or treat various human diseases such as hepatitis, chronic bronchitis, gastritis, tumor growth and immunological disorders. According to Fuzheng Guben , one of the major TCM therapeutic principles, Ganoderma lucidum (Gl) is capable of strengthening body resistance and improving constitutive homeostasis in patients (Lin, 2001). The name Ganoderma is derived from the Greek ganos/ "brightness, sheen", hence "shining" and derma/ "skin", while the specific epithet lucidum in Latin for "shining" and tsugae refers to being of the Hemlock (Tsuga). Another Japanese name is mannentake, meaning "10 000 year mushroom" (Liddell et al., 1980). The genus Ganoderma was named by Karsten in 1881. Members of the family Ganodermataceae were traditionally considered difficult to classify because of the lack of reliable morphological characteristics.