Korean skincare emphasises using gentle cleansers to clean the skin without stripping away natural oils. Use oil or water-based cleanser.
It is the process of slathering petroleum jelly on your face as the final step of your night skincare routine.
Korean skincare often involves layering multiple products to address specific skin concerns. This includes toners, essences, serums and moisturizers.
Sheet masks are soaked in concentrated serums or essences and are designed to provide intense hydration, brightening, and nourishment.
Snail mucin is a popular ingredient in Korean skincare products due to its ability to hydrate, repair, and soothe the skin.
Fermented ingredients like rice water is commonly used in Korean skincare. They can help improve skin texture & brighten complexion.
Skin icing is a refreshing, cost-effective and extremely easy skincare technique that can help you feel both brighter and calmer.