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Sustainable story for the earth,
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We are committed to providing cruelty-free,
eco-friendly skincare solutions that are
as kind to the planet as they are to your skin.

  • Vegan
  • Non GMO
  • No Artificial Preservatives
  • Gluten Free
  • No Harmful Fillers or Colorants
Which material is right for your skin?

  • Reishi
  • Rice
  • Tea Tree
  • Mucin
A wonder drug called
the elixir plant
'Reishi mushroom'

A medicine that has been valued for a long time Since ancient times, reishi mushroom has been called “the elixir plant” and has been regarded as a precious medicinal material.

An ingredient used as
a natural whitening cosmetic

Long-loved whitening know-how White skin has long been the standard of beauty in both the East and the West. Moisturizing effect with minerals, moisture and vitamins Rice, which is rich in moisture and minerals, contains various vitamins and has excellent whitening and moisturizing effects.

From wound healing
to natural toothpaste
'Tea tree'

Indigenous Australians have used the volatile oils of tea tree leaves as a disinfectant and antibiotic for the treatment of infections. Tea tree, which grows in swampy areas and has strong vitality, has a bactericidal effect that is 13 times stronger than that of phenol. It can be useful. In addition to antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, it is excellent for treating acne as it is low in oil.

Contains the nutrients
and energy of the land
'Wild Yam'

Yam, which grows in East Asian countries such as Korea, China, and Japan, is a vine plant that was used as a medicine or ate as a substitute for stock during times of severe famine. It is a plant nicknamed mountain eel. Mucin, a natural component of yam, is a natural component of mucus secreted in our body. It acts as a viscous agent, and when applied to the skin, it maintains skin elasticity and moisture, and keeps the skin hydrated.