Cica balm with bija seed oil
The Story of Cica
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.
Formulated With Bija Seed Oil, Centella Asiatica
For combination or oily skin: Apply an even layer to the entire face after as using blemish care spot serum with bija seed oil or emulsion. It’s not necessary to follow up with a moisturizer.
For dry or sensitive skin: Apply onto areas of concern and follow up with a moisturizer.
1. Turn the cap gently to open.
2. Use product as directed.
3. Turn the cap over and twist to close.
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