We are featuring a tiger as the theme for the Small Happiness Wallpaper for August.
Among the animals often depicted in Korean folk paintings, the tiger is the most common.
Since ancient times, the tiger has been considered a magical and friendly being that protects humans even though it is frightening.
People attached pictures of tigers to the doors of palaces and houses so that the tigers' bravery would ward off evil spirits.
There is also a hanbang ingredient named after the tiger.
Centella Asiatica is called ‘tiger grass’ because people noticed that tigers would roll around in the herb to help heal their wounds. It has been used for hundreds of years as a medicinal plant.
Madecassoside, Asiaticoside, Madecassic acid, and Asiatic acid from centella asiatica are effective in soothing and regenerating the skin and also help manage moisture and improve skin tone.
We hope to bring you good health with this traditional Korean wallpaper in August.
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