We saw a rise of mugwort in the Korean skincare for a while. This potent herb was present in folk medicine and cousine for centuries. However, now thanks to modern technology used by the Korean beauty industry, this amazing ingredient is used to create very effective and affordable skincare.
What is mugwort?
Mugwort, like Cica, was and is used for its calming properties. It is excellent for sensitive or dry skin types.
In addition, it has antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing. Hence, its perfect for acne-prone skin and its versatility is irreplaceable.
The herb helps to eliminate toxins, stimulates skin renewal and brightens dull tone.
In more details
It was a great pleasure to study this ingredient and test the cosmetics. We looked into every aspect and property and here are our findings and recommendations.
The anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of the ingredient are perfect for acne-prone skin. Whether you need a spot treatment or an intensive purifying and soothing effect, mugwort can help you. Moreover, it will regulate oil glands.
Mugwort will soothe the skin. So if your skin is itchy, tight and red, use our recommended products. They will provide important relief and help to calm damaged skin.
Mugwort promotes cells renewal and improving skin barrier.
Pollution has very damaging effects on the skin from dull and clogged pores to dehydration and dryness. It can cause eczema and speed up the ageing process of the skin.
However, this amazing herb strengthens the skin barrier and protects it again negative signs of pollution.
Here are our recommendations:
We love this moisturising non-drying Instree wash-off clay mask as it tackles congested, oily, large pores and rough-textured skin. It takes care of greasiness and oiliness and therefore brings clean and clear skin.