Blend of Japanese, Korean & Chinese botanicals
Greetings Grayce here!
DHC has an Exciting new launch!!
I have always been a fan of DHC, which stands for “Daigaku Honyaku Center, (University Translation Center). Established in 1972 DHC is one of the leading skincare companies in the world today. They manufacture skincare, make-up, fine foods and more. And yes they still have the translation center.
DHC is launching an exciting new line of products. These are enriched with a blend of revitalizing, anti-oxidant rich botanicals –March 11, 2013
Kakonjuka Lotion - hydrating toner, Kakonjuka Essence- rich milky booster, Kakonjuka Cream - intensive moisturizer
Kakonjuka is Japanese for "flower, root, tree, fruit." Six Japanese and Korean botanicals to soothe hydrate and fight fine lines:
All of these products work synergistically and I recommend using them together if possible for the best results. I have noticed the texture of my skin is smoother & tone a lot brighter. My skin has improved plus has a more radiant glow. It feels hydrated Fabulous!!
Kakonjuka Lotion hydrating toner: apply after cleansing your face pour a few drops in you palm and gently apply to your face or on a soft cotton pad (my preferred method) This toner feels like a softening lotion, it works synergistically with the essence and cream and will actually prepare the skin to absorb the other products more readily.
Kakonjuka Essence rich milky booster: is a fabulous light weight serum, absorbs quickly into your skin will leave it feeling soft & hydrated not heavy or greasy. You are going to love this; your skin will feel so soft & hydrated. I love them all but I think this my favorite.
Kakonjuka Cream intensive moisturizer: this is a wonderful rich hydrating cream. I have used it with the above two products and have definitely noticed a difference in my dry dehydrated, mature skin. I am always outside and exposed to the elements therefore, my fine lines… and maybe some wrinkles were more pronounced. After using these product for a few weeks my skin is definitely softer; it does not resemble untreated leather any more. I always use this as my nighttime regime.
Many of these ingredients have been used for thousands of years by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Maitake mushroom: Source of soothing, line-fighting beta-glucan
Platycara strobilacea: Rich source of ellagic acid, promotes collagen.The highest levels of ellagic acid are found in blackberries, cranberries, pecans, pomegranates, raspberries, strawberries, wolfberry and grapes and other plant foods.
Licorice leaf: Moisturizing, soothing, firming
Great burnet: Source of soothing, anti-oxidant saponins. These herbs have been used topically to treat burns and insect bite as well as other treatments.
Purslane: Source of Omega 3, soothing. It contains more omega-3 fatty acids (alpha-linolenic acid in particular) than any other leafy vegetable also vitamin A, vitamin C and some vitamin B
Reishi mushroom: Source of soothing, line fighting beta-glucan. This is one of the oldest mushrooms known to have been used medicinally for over 2000 years (referred to as the “supernatural mushroom”.
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