How South Korea's AmorePacific Became One Of The World's Most Innovative Companies
A look into our South Korean beauty roots and how we became "One Of The World's Most #Innovative Companies"
Korea 오설록박물관: In September 2001, #AMOREPACIFIC opened o’sulloc Tea Museum, the largest tea museum in #Korea, in Jeju-do, the historical site where Kim Jeong Hee cultivated tea, to revive and succeed the traditional #tea culture and share it with more people.
#AMOREPACIFIC #Beauty Campus in Gyeonggi-do by Junglim Architecture + MARU Architecture
AMOREPACIFIC’s products blend Asia’s most powerful age-defying and skin-renewing #botanicals with advanced #technology and science to accomplish the perfect synergy. AMOREPACIFIC utilizes Green Tea (EGCG), Bamboo Sap and Red Ginseng, among other ingredients to form patented complexes that nourish the #skin on a deeper level.
Spearheading research into #Asian #Botanicals, today we partner with world renowned #researchers like the Dr. David Weitz’s Research Group at Harvard University to bring to life the most sophisticated technologies to our #skincare formulas.