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Lee Min-Ho's Handkerchief And How To Get It

Hanky-panky with your K-idols.

Min-Ho wants you to use the above hanky. And also this one: 


As you know, he's the ambassador for Korean beauty brand Innisfree, which is known for their love and support for things natural and green. For the 8th year, they're launching their eco-hankerchief initiative, which encourages customers to use washable hankies in their daily lives instead of tree-killing tissue paper (the hankies can also be used as scarves, hair ties, bracelets, bento box wraps etc — get creative!). The designs this year are inspired by the forests of Jeju — the green one in the main pic is the Saryeoni Forest; the other one Min-Ho is holding is the Bijarim Forest, and the Gotjawal Forest is featured in this cute one which SNSD's Yoona is toting: 


If it's good enough for these K-idols, it's good enough for us. The campaign message is ‘Let’s Use Eco-Hankie and Keep the Forests Green', and of course, there's a gorgeously-packaged skincare collection to accompany the handkerchiefs. 


There's the Green Tea Seed Serum (160ml), Innisfree’s award-winning bestseller in three exclusive designs, at $48 each, and also the Green Tea Balancing Cream (100ml) at $40 each. There are also three new cushion cover designs, at $12 each. You can get an eco-handkerchief with the purchase of any of the limited edition products or with any Innisfree purchase above $100. Innisfree members who recycle a used empty bottle at Innisfree stores in June will also get a hanky. 


The Eco-Handkerchief Campaign launches on June 1.

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