Mugwort is a trending miracle ingredient being widely used in Korean beauty products. But Mugwort is not a new discovery. It has been there for centuries, and its origin goes back to the Grecian times. The scientific name of Mugwort, Artemisia Princeps, bears a close resemblance to the name of the Greek goddess of childbirth, Artemis, who was prayed to by the women and...
It goes by many other names: Cica, Gotu Kola, Indian Pennywort, or Tiger Grass*. Whichever way you may call it, Centella Asiatica has been a go-to ingredient for many K-Beauty skincare products. It contains an abundance of amino acids, beta-carotene, fatty acids, and phytochemicals, including vitamins C, A, B1, and B2. It also contains a compound of madecassic acid (i.e. madecassoside) that targets inflammation.
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