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At the heart of this 600-year-old, 18-herb complex are Red and White Tree Peony, which are powerful antioxidants known to help balance the skin
Tibetan Safflower helps to nourish the skin, providing potent hydration
Rich in phytonutrients, Wild Ginseng Root helps to regenerate, brighten, and smooth the skin
Another antioxidant, Pearl Powder has antimicrobial properties to assist in minimizing the appearance of spots, blotches, and uneven skin texture
Intended for all skin types.
Use daily, morning and evening.
Pump a small amount into hands and gently press into face and neck.
Inspired by her son’s transformational treatment with Chinese Medicine, Wei Brian created her own beauty line on the belief that more people could benefit from this traditional way of healing illness with nature. Wei Beauty uses a treasured recipe known as the Royal Ming formula to balance Yin and Yang and remove toxic elements while helping to restore and rejuvenate the skin.
When the Imperial House of the Ming Dynasty discovered the core principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine it provided a fountain of youth in herbal prescriptions created exclusively for the Royal Family to achieve balanced and beautiful skin.
The Royal Staff would travel to the distant Luo Yang region to harvest the very best of Red Tree Peonies at the precise moment when the morning dew would kiss the “king of all flowers” with new life. White Tree Peonies were collected at night in the moonlight. These precious gifts would become the 2 Emperor herbs from which the Imperial Herbalist would brew his closely guarded 18-herb Royal Ming Broth. Additional herbs were skillfully added in accordance with Traditional Chinese Medicine doctrine to enhance the Red and White Tree Peony base. These included 8 Prime Minister, 5 Minister and 3 Envoy herbs to achieve the ultimate balanced beauty ritual for flawless skin.
More than 600 years later, WEI Royal Ming continues in the tradition once used exclusively by the Royal Family.
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