Korea has a long history of noodle making and eating.
Records of the use of cosmetics in Korea date back to the time of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, and the use of makeup flourished during the Goryeo Kingdom.
Cosmetics were made from lotions extracted from plants, including gourd stems; Ground Mung Bean contains Saponin and was helpful for cleansing.
Korean people focus on skin care under the influence of TV programs, advertisement and tradition. Koreans highly value even, radiant skin, and Korean women tend to vary their beauty care regimen with the season. They use different kinds of moisturizers such as cream for tightening pores (BB Cream, blemish balm or beauty balm) and lotions for lightening the skin (CC Cream, colour correction or colour control).