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In the Edo era called [beautiful water] lotion made of a plant known in Japan as Hechima (Egyptian luffa). It has properties similar to aloe. This plant came to Japan from China in the time of Muromachi (1336) and settled down for good. Its nourishing properties were known to all women by creating Hechima fruit, which matured and took their juices for the first lotions in autumn.
Hechima is rich in vitamin C, proteins, pectin and nutrients. Its pH is close to human, slightly acidic, so it is suitable as the first product (tonic) after washing the face to restore the proper pH of the skin.
How to use: Apply a large amount of lotion on the washed face and press lightly against the face with your open hands. You can also soak cotton pads with lotion and put it on your face as a mask. Also suitable for the whole body.
Water, glycerin, ethanol, BG, hechima extract, sorbitol, urea, glycyrrhizic acid 2K, pyridoxin HCl, allantoin, polysorbate 20, Na citrate, oxybenzone-4, paraben