Most derms will tell you that the Instagrammable masks you see on your feed do little more than make for a pretty picture. But the Hanacure mask—which is an IG staple, thanks to fact that it makes you look like a wrinkled 90-year-old while you wear it—is famously one of the few exceptions to the rule. Aside from helping you surprise your followers, the “all-in-one” facial treatment is truly effective for for targeting dullness, clogged pores, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles. And now, the brand has added a cleanser to its skin-care offerings to allow you to reap those same benefits from the rest of your routine.
Earlier this month, Hanacure introduced the Microphol Neutralizing Cleanser ($28), rounding out its collection that already included a moisturizer. The gentle foam cleanser—which, unlike many soap-based foaming face washes on the market, is pH neutral—transforms from a milky balm into a frothy lather the minute it mixes with water. This helps the cleanser remove dirt and debris without stripping your skin. It’s made with proprietary, natural mucin called Pholiota, which boosts the moisture in your skin and allows your complexion to stay hydrated long after your cleansing step is complete.
In addition to the cleanser (and of course, the All-In-One Facial), Hanacure’s new line includes a Nano Emulsion ($47), which acts as a lightweight, plumping moisturizer. Peptides and an exclusive ruby of the forest mushroom extract hydrate your skin, while also evening out its tone and texture. It’s the perfect pick for anyone who wants maximum moisture without having to slather on heavy, goopy cream for the sake of the cause.
I’ve been using this duo on my complexion for a month, and it’s never felt more quenched. The cleanser whisks away all traces of the day (even on the rare occasions that I decide to wear makeup). The moisturizer adds a much-needed dose of hydration that helps to protect my skin barrier from the elements, particularly as the cold weather sets in. While I’ve never been one for a two-step routine, I’ve been pleasantly surprised at just how much these two products can do on their own. Just as Hanacure’s face mask has proven to live up to the hype, the rest of its line clearly does too.
Shop now: Hanacure Microphol Neutralizing Cleanser, $28
2. Hanacure Nano Emulsion, $47
Shop now: Hanacure Nano Emulsion, $47
3. Hanacure All-in-One Facial, $29
Shop now: Hanacure All-in-One Facial, $29
Need more proof about just how great Hanacure’s products are? Check out the video below to see what happened when I tried the mask.
Loading More Posts...