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Exclusive Pack - Dr. Young Bamboo Blooming Booster

★ PROMO: $29.90 (U.P $66.90) – Earn 5 points for every purchase. ★ Usual Selling at $52.90.

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Dr Young Bamboo Blooming Booster | 50ml
Suitability:
Any gender, all skin types
Retail size and Price: 50ml, $66.90

Bamboo water has anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects which provide skin with rich hydration. Prunus mume extract removes dead skin cells and controls the turn-over cycle. Also, Phytoncide relieves acne-prone skin while Fermentation extracts (Cell Plus+, Fucogel 1000 and Koji Gastrodia elata Blume Ferment) provide extensive moisture so that the next step of skin care will be absorbed easily. Overall, it gives your skin firmness and radiance, and subsequently improves the skin tone and texture thereafter.

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After toning, apply moderate amount gently on your face until absorbed.

Tips: Use Bamboo Blooming Booster in the morning and Pore Tightening Serum in the evening or vice versa. Get the best of both worlds to reduce pores and improve skin tone and condition with these two products. It also helps if you apply before toner for better absorption. In short, it works either way.

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OVERALL RATINGS

Firming of the skin

Texture of serum

Bamboo Sap ingredient

Non-stickiness

Overall effectiveness

Firming of the skin

Texture of serum

Bamboo Sap ingredient

Non-stickiness

Overall effectiveness

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REVIEWS BY MEMBER

Yvonne Ho

What I like about this product:

Texture of serum Bamboo Sap ingredient Non-stickiness

awesome stuff!

Aileen Chong

What I like about this product:

Firming of the skin Texture of serum Bamboo Sap ingredient Non-stickiness Overall effectiveness

Qin Xiang Ng

What I like about this product:

Texture of serum Non-stickiness

Tracie Choo

What I like about this product:

Firming of the skin Texture of serum Bamboo Sap ingredient Non-stickiness Overall effectiveness