This gentle peel-off mask removes impurities and dead skin cells to detoxify and clarify skin. The finest honey purifies, a finely ground solomon’s seal powder absorbs impurities, Japanese honeysuckle hydrates, smooths, and brightens. Additional botanicals like pine, licorice, Cnidium Officinale, and Angelica Acutiloba soothes, restores, and brightens.

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Apply a thick layer on face. Let dry, then peel off and rinse any remnants with warm water. Use 2-3 times a week.

AQUA/WATER/EAU, POLYVINYL ALCOHOL, ALCOHOL, GLYCERIN, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, POLYGONATUM OFFICINALE RHIZOME/ROOT EXTRACT, PEG-75, CAMELLIA SINENSIS LEAF EXTRACT, GLYCYRRHIZA URALENSIS (LICORICE) ROOT EXTRACT, PANAX GINSENG ROOT EX- TRACT, OPHIOPOGON JAPONICUS ROOT EXTRACT, PAEONIA ALBIFLORA ROOT EXTRACT, NELUMBO NUCIFERA SEED EXTRACT, LILIUM TIGRINUM FLOWER/LEAF/STEM EXTRACT, RE- HMANNIA GLUTINOSA ROOT EXTRACT, CHRYSANTHEMUM MORIFOLIUM FLOWER EXTRACT, PAEONIA SUFFRUTICOSA ROOT EXTRACT, CITRUS UNSHIU PEEL EXTRACT, ADENOPHORA ST- RICTA ROOT EXTRACT, LYCIUM CHINENSE ROOT EXTRACT, COIX LACRYMA-JOBI MA-YUEN SEED EXTRACT, ANGELICA TENUISSIMA ROOT EXTRACT, MEL/HONEY/MIEL, MEL/HONEY EXTRACT/EXTRAIT DE MIEL, PORTULA- CA OLERACEA EXTRACT, LONICERA JAPONICA (HONEYSUCKLE) FLOWER EXTRACT, BETA-GLU- CAN, PEG-60 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL, BENTONITE, CELLULOSE GUM, ETHYLHEXYLGLY- CERIN, PROPANEDIOL, DISODIUM EDTA, PHENOXYETHANOL, FRAGRANCE/PARFUM

This prestige beauty brand, focused on hanbang ingredients indigenous to Korea, is as highly respected in its native land as it is abroad. Proof? Locals say its Ginseng Cream is something you’d gift to a potential mother-in-law. In its earliest iteration, that ginseng cream was what launched Sulwhasoo over 50 years ago. While helping his mother’s camellia oil business, Sulwhasoo founder Suh Sung-whan came to appreciate the power of traditional Korean herbs. Working with Kyunghee University of Oriental Medicine to blend traditional Korean medicinal herbs and methods with science-backed research, Suh founded the company that would become Sulwhasoo in 1966. All of Sulwhasoo’s ingredients are meticulously cultivated in AmorePacific’s herb farm, from the saponin-rich ginseng to white lily to East Indian lotus. Its signature formula of jaumdan, which consists of five potent herbs, targets the body’s Yin energy to fight dryness, dark spots, and inflammation. In 2004, Sulwhasoo became a best seller in Hong Kong, and in 2010, the prestige skincare line made its North American debut at Bergdorf Goodman.

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You're supposed to use this AFTER emulsion. It is a bit difficult to apply due to the consistency, but the results are so worth it. You just have to trust that you applied enough, because it peels of without problems. I used it after a full routine with toner, essence, serum, a lil' sheet mask and an emulsion, and the mask just seems to lock it all in and skin absorbs everything leaving you with plump, moist skin. Don't wash it off after, that would be a shame with all the goodies just applied to your skin. It has... Read more

Whaaa? You're supposed to use this after emulsion? I do have to say, Sulwhasoo throws a giant wrench into the whole multi-step skincare system. They make it very specific to them, when to apply what. Not complaining 'cuz their products are pretty amazing. Wonder if @judechao ever used this.

Tried this mask once from a sample Alice sent. It was a thick consistency and a little sticky made it hard to spread the mask. In addition, there was a strong herbal scent even after cleansing with water and applying other fragrant creams. The peeling process was oddly satisfying and less painful than those charcoal peeling masks. it did leave the skin smoother and brighter.

Aaaah, Angela, try using it after your emulsion step, to lock everything in (see above comment) and don't wash it off :) It's a HG mask for me.