Health and beauty store brings in products by four Korean brands

A top health and beauty store from South Korea has teamed up with its Malaysian counterpart to bring K-beauty products here.

Now, K-beauty fans can buy four exclusive Olive Young brands at Guardian, both online and at selected stores nationwide.

Shoppers can also check out Olive Young’s first virtual store in Malaysia and get a chance to redeem free gifts.

Here are some of the Korean store’s brands and products:

Bring Green

Launched in 2018, Bring Green is a cosmeceutical brand made from biologically active compounds that benefit skin health. Emphasis is placed on the use of all- natural ingredients like tea tree, cica, carrot and artemisia.

Bring Green Tea Tree Cica Soothing Toner

This toner is mild enough for daily use, leaving skin fresh and not sticky. Bring Green’s Triple Tea Tree Complex is intended to calm down troubled skin while removing excess sebum and dead skin cells with AHA. It’s also clinically tested for use on acne-prone skin.

Bring Green Tea Tree Cica Soothing Cream is formulated to brighten skin.Bring Green Tea Tree Cica Soothing Cream is formulated to brighten skin.

Bring Green Tea Tree Cica Soothing Cream

This moisturiser contains tea tree oil, Asiatic pennywort and niacinamide to soothe and brighten skin. With regular use, the skin’s natural barrier becomes stronger and moisture levels are restored.

Boh Bio-Heal

Bio-heal produces skincare products that address various skin issues. The brand prides itself on bio-dermatology, focusing on visible results and skin-friendly formulations.


A favourite among many South Korean influencers and celebrities, Colorgram is designed for the makeup lover who is passionate about the latest trends. Colorgram’s bright image with easy-to-use shades and vivid accents helps users to express their style effortlessly.


Founded in 2015, Wakemake is loved by beauty influencers and makeup artists for its easy-to-use, professional makeup products.

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