Cica, also known as Centella Asiatica, is an Asian herb which is believed by many cultures to possess medicinal properties. You’ll often see Cica referred to as Tiger Grass — and that’s because legend has it that after battle, tigers would roll in this plant to soothe their wounds.In Korea, Cica has been used for centuries to help treat scars and heal injured skin. Even today, many parents reach for ointments containing Centella Asiatica when their child has a scrape.
The Story of Bija
Bija is a precious fruit that takes at least 20 years to grow. This Jeju Island native plant is known for its effectiveness in helping to protect and strengthen skin’s moisture barrier. innisfree specially harnessed Bija Seed Oil to help soothe, improve the look of imperfections, and balance skin.
“Beautiful Fair Trade”(Songdang-ri, Jeju Island)
As part of our contribution to the local community, Innisfree partners with the villagers of Songdang-ri, Jejuthrough Beautiful Fair Trade program, and allows for a new source of income for the villagers. We only harvest Bija fruits that have already fallen from the tree and naturally squeeze-extract its active ingredients.
WATER / AQUA / EAU, PROPANEDIOL, PANTHENOL, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL, CARBOMER, HYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE/SODIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYL TAURATE COPOLYMER, TROMETHAMINE, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, PENTYLENE GLYCOL, DISODIUM EDTA, MADECASSOSIDE, SORBITAN ISOSTEARATE, POLYSORBATE 60, TORREYA NUCIFERA SEED OIL, XANTHAN GUM, ASIATICOSIDE, MADECASSIC ACID, ASIATIC ACID, ACHILLEA MILLEFOLIUM EXTRACT
Hou to use
• For combination or oily skin: Apply an even layer of Korean gel moisturizer to the entire face after serum or emulsion.
• For dry or sensitive skin: Apply onto areas of concern and follow up with a moisturizer.
My one of go to instant treatments for sudden breakout. Easy to apply and it really works.