Radiant Rejuvenating Cheongidan by The History of Whoo

Since I’ve started to dabble in luxury skincare which everything started from my addiction to Decorté, I’m kind of addicted to trying out what other luxury skincare offers.

Since I’ve been using The History of Whoo iconic Bichup series and have been impressed with the result, I’ve decided to invest in their premium tier skincare range which is the Cheongidan series.

Cheongidan series is still considered an entry-level to its premium skincare range. What I understand after Cheongidan AKA Radiant Rejuvenating, is another range known as Cheonyuldan AKA Ultimate Rejuvenating and their most expensive range is known as Hwanyu Imperial.

The Cheongidan series has several products and I’ve gotten them from Travel Retail, Changi Airport Duty-Free Shop’s The Shilla DFS. Those who have been following my blog might be aware that Singapore’s Changi Airport has been offering Singapore residence the opportunity to purchase duty-free products despite the travel ban.

The set that I’ve gotten consists of their Balancer, Emulsion, Eye Cream, and Cream. I also managed to collect their Facial Oil and Serum in deluxe size as GWP when I bought their Bichup range. So I consider having collected the complete range of the Cheongidan series.

Since I will be covering most of their product individually, I will be doing a series of reviews or a mini-review series based on the Cheongidan series. So that my post won’t be lengthy and longwinded.

So this post is an introduction to the product. The series contains 30 vital ingredients such as Ginseng and powdered jade mixture and Powdered deer antlers, which aims to enhance the brightness of the skin, re-injecting luster and nutrition into the dull complexion, and restore crystal clear and healthy skin.

The set that I’ve gotten consist of the following items:-

  1. Radiant Rejuvenating Balancer 150ml (Full Size)
  2. Radiant Rejuvenating Balancer 25ml (Deluxe Size)
  3. Radiant Rejuvenating Emulsion 110ml (Full Size)
  4. Radiant Rejuvenating Emulsion 25ml (Deluxe Size)
  5. Radiant Regenerating Eye Cream 5ml (Deluxe Size)
  6. Radiant Regenerating Cream 25ml (Special Size / Full-Size 60ml @ S$416.00) – Limited to this set, the usual set is only 5ml so that’s the reason why I gotten this set instead as I’m getting at least a quarter of the cream

Those who are familiar with The History of Whoo is well aware of their extravagant packaging. Set always packaged beautifully which seems specially curated.

Both full-size products of the emulsion and balancer come in a frosted glass bottle adorned with its iconic Whoo logo on top of the cap of most of their product. Not to forget the use of gold color which elevate the overall feel of the brand as luxury skincare.

The cream and other deluxe sizes come in plastic bottles instead but still were crafted beautifully. Having all of these on top of your vanity, you surely can’t take your eyes off and admiring such beauty as each product seems like a decor especially when you have their limited edition bottle. What a beauty to behold.

Wait for my next update on the review of each product.


*I’m an Asian guy with an oily combination skin condition in my early 30s and living a tropical climate with hot and humid weather.
**Reviews are based on my own experience usage, research online and knowledge shared between beauty advisors.

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