All Natural Asian Skincare Brand: Naruko Skincare
When people tell me they have never heard of Naruko Skincare, I get really excited telling them about one of my most favorite natural skincare brands from Taiwan.
About Naruko Skincare
Created by Niuer (or Niu Er), one of the most (if not THE most) trusted skin care professionals in Taiwan, Naruko was created with the most precise and natural ingredients. Many in Taiwan, China and other Asian countries refer to Nuier as the “Beauty King” because he is so well known as a skin guru and expert.
In fact, Niu Er travels globally to research and find skin care ingredients and find the most top quality essentials for his brand.
Even more amazing is the fact that all end product formulations are tested by Niuer himself for any allergic or negative reactions before being released for sale. He is famous especially in Asia for his skincare brands’ attention to detail and effectiveness as well as a dedication to nature, even being praised and used by Asian celebrities.
As if their founder’s attention to detail isn’t enough, Naruko also has a dedication to using natural, but advanced and effective ingredients in their product formulations while also promoting ECO consciousness which is why all of the Naruko products include natural ingredients and many of them include boxed packaging that can be re-used and formed into small decorative boxes (patterns on inside can be cut out to form a box) to promote ECO conscientiousness.
I have been a huge fan of Naruko going on a few years now.
Originally I found out about them from all the YouTube beauty vloggers and, having never experienced a Night Jelly before, I opted to try them. Since then, I have tried most of their night jellies, about 3 of their serums and a couple toners.
I really haven’t had one bad experience.
My favorites are definitely in the Apple Seed and Tranexamic Acid Set, but I also really love the Tea Tree Oil line, especially the Night Jelly which is awesome for breakouts, skin irritations, and boyfriends who refuse to moisturize. It’s the only thing mine will tolerate me putting on his face. Read my review on the Tea Tree Oil Night Jelly – here.