Move over Horse Oil cream, for there is a new oil player in town!
Following the trend in skin-friendly animal oil, the Korea beauty scene has tapped into the skin softening, healing and nourishing benefits of lanolin – an ingredient that is not so unfamiliar to the beauty folks in the West. As a matter of fact, lanolin has been used extensively in New Zealand and Australia for treatment of dry skin, shampoo and grooming products too. Needless to say, people who wants to include a more hydrating cream can look forward to using products containing lanolin.
Without further a do, let’s take a look at the new Sheep Oil Cream from Korea beauty brand, KICHO!
So as you can see, the KICHO Sheep Oil Cream contains moisturizing Lanolin, antioxidative 8 berries complex and Totarol extract, all super beneficial to one’s skin.
The Sheep Oil Cream is retailing at ₩45,000 (approx. SGD$55, USD$41, €37, £27; prices derived from direct conversion).
If you are interested in the cream, do visit their website here.