iWhite Korea Whitening Vital Facial Wash: Skincare Review

Since my facial wash has run out, I conducted some research while considering what a nice facial wash to buy and came across this one. I immediately made the purchase after seeing this item on one of the social media platforms. The item is marketed by iWhite Korea under the name Whitening Vital Facial Wash.

Credit: iWhite Korea

The majority of the reviews claim that it is a face cleanser that thoroughly cleans while also enhancing appearance of the skin for a healthy glow. Your skin becomes more luminous and whiter as a result of the removal of pollutants and excess oil. Additionally, this product contains vitamins C and E to help battle cellular damage, acne, and wrinkles. These vitamins also assist to keep the skin tight and prevent pimples and other skin irritations.

The two active ingredients in this product, according to iWhite Korea, are Panax Ginseng Root Extract and Mulberry Root Extract.

Mulberry root extract is very helpful for avoiding the development of wrinkles since it has strong antioxidant capabilities. Because of this, mulberry extract users will enjoy years of perfect, silky-smooth skin. Additionally, cosmetologists advertise the extract and suggest it for successful skin whitening. Ginseng root extract, on the other hand, has been demonstrated to have anti-aging effects. It works well as a skin moisturizer to minimize the look of wrinkles. It slows down collagen deterioration and firms the skin.

Perfect for:

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How To Use

Wet face thoroughly. Create a lather and massage gently all over the face. Rinse well and pat dry. Use twice a day or as needed.


Water, Glycerin, Stearic Acid, Myristic Acid, Lauric Acid, Cocamidopropyl Betain, Hydroxymethylcellulose, Allantoin, Potassium Hydroxide, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate, PEG-75, Propylene Glycol, Methylparaben, Triclosan, Polysorbate 20, Sodium Lactate, Ascorbic Acid, Fragrance, Disodium EDTA

Since I am more active on this blog today than I was on my old one, I just want to share my experience with this product. I used it last year and was able to post it there.

I ordered this product immediately away because it had so many great ratings. For more than three weeks, I faithfully used it twice daily, but I got no effects. Based on the reviews, I had great expectations for this medication, and I genuinely believe it might help my stubborn acne, which is now appearing on my chin. Unfortunately, this item fell short of what I had hoped for. This product cost me about Php149, which is much cheaper than the price of comparable Korean face cleansers. It is constantly available at pharmacies and supermarkets in the Philippines.

My skin tone has not changed from before. There haven't been any new developments as of yet, and my stubborn acne is still there, doing havoc on my swollen chin. I furthermore saw that I had a little pimple on my forehead. Every time I touch it, even though it isn't evident, I can feel the bumps. The fact that my face dried up after using this product shows that it removed too much oil from the skin. As a result, it would be best for everyone considering using this product to use a moisturizer afterward. This product can actually deep cleanse.

I won't buy this product again because it didn't change my skin in an obvious way. I will only suggest this product to people that need deep cleansing.

My Overall Rating:

Although I believe the container for this facial wash has changed, I was still able to use this sort of product with this package. In addition to mulberry root extract and Panax ginseng root extract, it also contains allantoin, aloe vera, and vitamins A, C, and E.

Allantoin is a very popular calming substance. The comfrey plant's roots and leaves contain it naturally, but what's in cosmetic items is often made synthetically. Not only does it soothe, but it also softens and protects the skin and helps speed up the recovery from wounds. While the Aloe vera plant's leaves include juice, the extract from those leaves is often a hydroglycolic extract (though oil extract for the lipid sections also exists), which has the same moisturizing, emollient, and anti-inflammatory characteristics as the juice itself.


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