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natural ingredients

Natural Ingredients

Over a thousand years ago, Chinese people discovered many plants with curative effects in our natural surroundings. Based on the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine, we identify Chinese herbal medicines that have positive benefits on the skin and then conduct in-depth research on their efficacy and active ingredients. As a result, our products can benefit sensitive skin while reducing the addition of chemicals. YHKCare's products prioritize using natural and effective plants in our product formula. However, we do not unquestioningly believe that natural means 100% reliable and safe. When "natural" cannot provide a positive result, we carefully incorporate evidence-based, non-toxic, and non-irritating ingredients into our formula to create safe and effective hypoallergenic products. We promised not to use banned ingredients in EU cosmetics regulations. We balance the safety and effectiveness of each component and stick to our brand philosophy.

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