My K drama craze introduces me to Kimchi and Ramyeon. I fall in love with Kimchi to the extent even try to make them at home. But...I was not advisable to eat cabbage due to my health condition. So I eat Kimchi only occasionally. Kimchi is loaded with lots of Vitamin since it gone through a fermentation process which produces "healthy bacteria". But a few years back I have been reading the cosmetics industry has adapted the fermentation process to create better skincare. Does fermented skincare work? I read skincare brands use the fermentation process claim they have two benefits : 1. Fermentation process breaks down ingredients into a smaller size which make it easier penetrate into the skin. 2. It produces minerals and good nutrients like Alpha Hydroxy Acids. I recently attended product launching by Haruharu Malaysia and have the liberty to try out skincare uses fermentation technology. Incorporation world-class and environmentally friendly t
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