Product Description: Sulwhasoo Herb Soap by AmorePacific

sulwhasoo herbsoap large Product Description: Sulwhasoo Herb Soap by AmorePacific

Hand made luxury herbal soap that takes 40 days to make.Sulwhasoo Herb Soap is a high-quality hand-made cosmetic soap that is made of natural olive oil and honey mixed with herbal extracts such as angelica, polygonatum officinale, paeonia lactiflora and rehmannia glutinosa. These ingredients have been distilled in a Korean traditional way which is said to make skin clean and transparent. Carefully selected ingredients, the soft feel after use, and the 40-day maturation period are what make Herb Soap so special. It is sure to give you incredible results after use.

Our review:
The best soap ever. It is the only soap we have used that has not dried out our skin. It lathers very easily but does not contain any SLS or harmful ingredients. The Olive Oil and Honey in the soap treat skin very well. Once you have tried this soap, you won’t want anything else.

About Sulwhasoo:
As the Yin energy-based female physique has been depleted of its storing Yin energy, the skin that reflects the state of body and mind is confronted with the attack of dryness. Sulwhasoo, a derivative of the authentic herbology theory, owes the principle of JaEum that helps replenish and protect your skin with Yin energy to the rejuvenated and lightened skin look. Priority should be put on preventing the loss of skin rhythm. The human body is the first receptor and reactor to the external triggers, and it is our skin to show the initial response. Sulwhasoo contributes to maintaining the skin balance to keep the clarity and radiant luminosity of skin.




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7 comments on Product Description: Sulwhasoo Herb Soap by AmorePacific

  1. nami
    April 25, 2011 at 2:04 am (4 years ago)

    hi joseibi..have you ever tried sulwhasoo liquid cleansing foam…i got whiteheads after using few sulwhasoo products together..like first care serum,cleansing foam,balancing water emulsion,ginseng cream and revitalizing serum…how can i find out which product m allergic to..i wanna have smooth and clear skin..looking for a wonder product

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    • Joseibi
      April 26, 2011 at 11:43 am (3 years ago)

      Dear nami,

      Yes, I have tried the Sulwhasoo Liquid Cleansing Foam, though I prefer the Herb Soap – the soap lasts a lot longer!

      Did you try doing exfoliations regularly?They will help unclog the pores and help with the dull skin. :)

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  2. kev Jang
    April 25, 2011 at 2:06 am (4 years ago)

    Nami, I thought whiteheads are caused by congestion of the pores???? Are you overloading your skin with too many products? That could also cause breakouts and congestion, not necessarily your own skin’s oiliness and sensitivity alone.

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  3. nami
    April 25, 2011 at 9:25 am (4 years ago)

    hi kev..no i dont use too many products..most of the time i just use a face wash and a moisturiser only..datz it..now a days am using sulwhasoo because my skin is not healthy, clear and dull as well

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  4. Ing
    May 28, 2011 at 3:46 am (3 years ago)

    Hi, Joseibi.
    Is this soap suitable for oily skin ? I hope this soap is sold in Singapore, because I’m going to Singapore this August & very much interested in buying it.

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    • Joseibi
      June 3, 2011 at 10:30 am (3 years ago)

      Dear Ing,

      This soap is good for all skin types, it’s really really mild and won’t strip moisture from your skin. However, if you can’t get this one where you live, you can always get the other cleansers (Japanese and Korean brands) since I find it easier to find soaps for oilier skin than for drier skin types. Even the Biore cleansers will do just fine – my husband still uses it! :)

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  5. Kev Jang
    May 28, 2011 at 7:09 am (3 years ago)

    Hi Ing,
    I currently live in Singapore. I don’t recall Sulwhasoo being sold anywhere in stores except in the airport, so you might want to remember that. Also, I think that you will be better off buying Sulwhasoo from Gmarket or other online avenues and so on when here. The prices are not that cheap and you can break a big hole in your wallet just buying one Sulwhasoo product. I think the toner and emulsion cost about over 250 each. (I mean Singaporean currency)

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