STEP BY STEP CLEANSING
It normally takes around 15 minutes for a Korean woman to clean her face of cosmetics in the evening care stage. It was the Koreans who invented the hydrophilic oils capable to remove any, even the most persistent cosmetics.
- The first stap is getting rid of make-up using hydrophilic oil.
- The second step is using the soft cleansing foam.
- Third, the final step is to use a moisturizing skin tonic to prevent dryness and the appearance of blackheads, acne, reduce inflammation and tighten pores, improve skin tone, add brightness and freshness.
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USING BB CREAM INSTEAD OF FOUNDATION
Koreans do not use classic creams for the reason that they can dry the skin and do not contain sufficient number of skin nutrients. But the BB cream is a hybrid of tones and moisturizers, the main hit of Korean cosmetics.
Unlike American and European brands, Koreans don't produce their best sellers for years and decades. The industry is designed so that there is always something new coming up to the market, the new stuff will be produced just a few seasons, then it is replaced by the new one. Koreans are used to frequently change their care, they are not addicted to one "favorite stuff". This leads to the fact that the skin gets used to the product and therefore, is more susceptible to the ingredients.
We all love nice tan, we expose our faces to the sun rays and yawn when we read boring tips like "Always use creams with a high SPF-factor"... Pfft, what? SPF??? It is the tan you want! But the Koreans really do not like the sun - they value white porcelain skin. In addition, there is a relationship between the sunlight and wrinkles - this is a proven fact. Korean girls are afraid of wrinkles, so SPF protection is a must in any Korean cream, BB cream and even cochone.
Another essential part of the Korean beauty ritual is the cloth mask. Masks are usually made from cotton and contain natural extracts: aloe Vera, milk proteins, clay, etc. Masks help to restore moisture and give the skin the necessary nutrition. Some girls use them every night.
OIL, OIL, LOTS OF OIL!
Asians love to oil up their skin. Appling oils to face in multiple layers is not a problem, but a feature of Korean care. Coconut oil, argan and other essential oils applied under a cream, use as a mask or added to care. The skin becomes very smooth.
SERUM AND ESSENSE
Another "sacred" words in the Korean beauty ritual are serum and essense. They are based on algae, marine collagen, snail mucus, goat milk and other natural ingredients. Korean women use serum every evening - Yes, at the same time, when they apply the oil. The sequence is like this: serum, oil, moisturizer. Care is never too much!
Peeling is one of the main hits of Korean cosmetics. All Asian women are obsessed with cleansing and rejuvenation of the skin, doing the peelings 2-3 times a week. You think this is too often? Korean women do not think so and in the end, they have a fairly tight and elastic skin, not prone to wrinkles.