Our skin is one of the most important and incredible organs of our bodies. While it’s important to take care of the skin all over your body, it is particularly important to focus on your face especially when you have acne-prone skin. Every morning and night you should treat your skin right. And with the right products you’ll see brighter skin in no time. Proactiv+ has a 3-step system that will make it easy to clean and moisturize your skin, as well as take the guess work out of the proper order to apply your skin care . Having a daily skin care routine is important for everyone, but if you suffer from acne-prone, oily skin then regularly incorporating an exfoliant, spot treatment and moisturizer is especially invaluable. An exfoliant, like Proactiv+ Skin Smoothing Exfoliator, has little beads that buff your skin and clear away bacteria, oil build-up and other impurities that cause pimples and dulled skin. A spot treatment is the ninja of your skin care routine – it targets acne and keeps fighting deep into the pore where problems start. Using a moisturizer daily will hydrate your skin (even if you have oily skin you need hydration!) and halt acne in its tracks. In order to ease your jitters and get you on your way to clearer, acne-free skin, Proactiv+ is giving away its complete 3-step system to five lucky Michelle Phan.com readers. Comment below with why your skin needs help being healthy and clear.
The first step: find your skin type. This isn't always the case, as you can have oily and dry areas in any area, but many people with Combination skin have this pattern. But what if your skin is perpetually dry and oily at the same time, with dry flakes nestled next to, or on top of, clogged pores and blemishes? What if the more creams you apply, the more oily and clogged your skin becomes, but you're still a flake monster? In the west, we learn that dry skin needs oil, and oily skin needs oil-free products, the end. Combination skin is a rebel, being a bit of both, but you can avoid putting products on your t-zone and then just blot up the steady stream of sebum seeping from your brow. If your skin is dry, put more moisturizer on it, more and more and more . In fact, the more heavy, oily, rich, and occlusive products you apply on your flake-festooned face, the more and more dehydrated your skin becomes, because those occlusive products are actually forming a barrier to keep water out, perpetuating the cycle. Now that the layers of old buildup are out of the way, you are free to focus on re-balancing the missing water from your skin. If you have a Combination skin type, avoid layering the oilier products in your oily areas and keep them to your dry areas, but the watery products can be layered all over.
The Do’s & Don’ts of Korean Skincare. As you’ve probably heard, Korean skincare is the hot new trend on every beauty enthusiasts’ stained lips these days. If your Bikram Yoga class isn’t giving you that highly coveted “inner glow”, this is the skincare regimen to try. Put simply, Korean skincare is a very different industry from what is sold and marketed here in the United States, particularly given the difference in price point. Korean women (and men!) have a dedicated routine that is motivated by prevention. Koreans stay out of the sun, yet still religiously apply sunscreen, and aim to have skin so perfect that limited makeup is even needed. As Charlotte explained, “it’s a misconception that women need to devote endless time to a Korean skincare routine and follow a tedious 10 or 12 step process. Despite this claim, Charlotte points out that “many Korean skincare products include chemicals that are naturally found in your own body.” Yes, you read that correctly — certain chemicals are good for you. Here are 5 key Korean skincare products that you should consider working into your skincare routine, ASAP: Korean toner doesn’t contain alcohol, and the ultimate goal is to soothe and soften skin. The best advertisement for these products are the complexions of those who follow a Korean skincare routine. And if you’re into that healthy, dewy skin thing (ummm, and who isn’t?), give the Korean regimen a whirl. Let us know your favorite Korean beauty products in the comment section below.
There are a ton of whitening products in the Korean and Japanese skincare markets, and many of the multi-functioning products tout whitening properties as one of the major attributes. The nice thing about this layering technique is that you are not obligated to use Asian skincare products to do it. There are a lot of online shops as well as Amazon and Ebay sellers that carry Korean & Japanese skincare products. This is a list of online stores and sellers that I know carry authentic products from Korean and Japanese skincare brands. Wishtrend – Wishtrend is one of the first online Korean Beauty retailers to pop up on the scene, and they carry a large array of products from brands that are sometimes hard to find in other places. The selection is HUGE, products are authentic, and the prices are very, very low. They have a huge selection of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean skincare products. I Am Love Shop – Huge selection of Korean skincare products from most of the major brands, such as Etude House, Lioele, Missha, OST, Aritaum, Innisfree, Ciracle, and many others. Cosmetic Love on Amazon – This shop has a great variety of Korean cosmetics and skincare products, and the prices are very good. The Beauty Wolf – This is a newcomer to the beauty blogging scene covering a lot of Korean makeup and skincare products, as well as a few Western products.
The average Korean woman has easily more than ten products in her daily skin-care routine, and the country's philosophy of good skin dates back to the Dongui Bogam, a Korean medical text from the 1600s. Green tea: This natural wonder has long been touted for its countless health and beauty benefits, and now Korean brand Amore Pacific has perfected the science behind cultivating and extracting the most powerful benefits of EGCG, an antioxidant only found in green tea. All of the EGCG comes from green tea grown in fields on the Korean island of Jeju, which has the optimal climate for the most potent tea leaves. Ginseng: Used in traditional Eastern medicine, ginseng has many health and beauty benefits and is only found naturally in a few places in the world; Korea's ginseng is prized the most. Airless pumps: Another skin-care innovation that has taken the Korean market by storm is airless dispensing pumps. What makes this sort of packaging so special is that it keeps the product from being contaminated and oxidized.
It’s ok, I’m at peace with it, and I’m just going to do my best from the outside working in. This means that my skin is thinner than that of folks from many other parts of the world and that I will end up looking like a crumpled paper bag in time if I skip sunscreen. In the course of treating my acne I need to make sure that I don’t overexfoliate my skin and that I use sunscreen every day. If my skin is feeling peely and stressed due to exfoliation in places, I’ll keep up with my routine, but only on the places that are tolerating it well. I swipe this all over and let it dry—it takes about 30 seconds to move on to the next step. I apply the first essence with a Purederm Micro Fiber pad to keep from applying too much product and to make sure that the application is even across my face. I swipe this all over and let it dry—it takes about one minute to move on to the next step. Two pumps cover my face and dry in about two minutes, leaving my skin not exactly sticky, but sort of thirsty for the next steps. I like to layer just about anything related to acne treatment and healing on in this step, one after the other, from lightest in thickness to heaviest. I always try to wear a moisturizer—my hope is that by the end of my routine my skin is balanced and happy, and still able to handle a light cream. My skin gets two rounds of exfoliation, once in the morning and once at night, so it’s essential that I protect all that new skin I’m exposing by applying sunscreen at the end of my morning routine.
So I want to share the top 10 Korean tips to care for oily or acne-prone skin based on my experience with customers and one of our most recent surveys in Korea. A p H of about 5.5 helps keep the skin barrier healthy and strong, keeping bacteria out and moisture in. Be the Skin Pore Toner (and the Botanical Pore Serum ) is a holy grail product for overactive oil glands. The thought is that consistently exfoliating 2-3 times a week versus aggressive exfoliation once every few weeks can be far more effective and keep skin healthier. For those with oily skin, BHAs are the ingredient to look for because they can penetrate more easily through oil. And using face oils can actually be good for the skin barrier as the oils you put on the skin and the oils released through the skin aren’t one and the same. The intensive hydration and nourishment that sheet masks can provide both help hydrate skin (see tip #1) and, depending on the active ingredient, can help with sebum production, refining texture (those with oily skin tend to complain more about leathery, thicker-looking skin), and firming up pores. My all-time favorite sheet mask is great for all skin types, and soothing for those with breakouts or irritated skin. The Steam Pack heats up upon application to clear out pores and is a good fit for oily skin (The O 2 Pack has similar results, but is better suited for dry skin). The third one—the Pore Minimizing Pack —has more of a menthol-y feel and works for dry and oily skin. Three things to look out for specifically to help with oily skin:
Koreans have been at the forefront of the beauty industry for centuries, but it wasn't until a little product called BB cream hit the market that cosmetics companies from around the world wanted to know everything there is to know about Korean beauty innovation. Read on for more information about Koran beauty, skincare and BB creams. A BB cream is sort of like foundation, except it's light in consistency and coverage, and, most importantly, it improves the quality of your skin. Hanskin became the first Korean beauty company to specialize exclusively in BB cream and the product quickly spread all over the country. You really need to know your skin type in order to find the BB cream that best suits your skin, but for those of you outside of Korea who are curious, these are the Top 5 best BB cream brands in my country: My favorite BB cream is Caolion Sensitive BB Cream, but before you go ahead and order a tube, it's important to address your skin type first. Caolion works best for me, but it might not be the best BB cream for you. My skin was highly sensitive after treatment, but this BB cream helped calm the irritation and was surprisingly soothing on my skin. Caolion Sensitive BB Cream doesn't provide the best coverage, but the application is very smooth. I personally love to put a bit of BB cream on the back of my hand and apply it with a beauty blender sponge. The following brands are the biggest and most influential Korean brands:
Wonwoo Choi at Wells Dermatology and Medical Spa in Gangnam, Seoul, when I was in Korea for the summer. Choi is one of the most coveted medical dermatologists in Seoul and his specialties are in acne scar remodeling, laser treatments for hyperpigmentation, and non-surgical face lifting. But after one consultation (followed by two months of relatively rigorous treatment), I learned that ridding yourself of acne without destroying your skin in the process takes work—serious work. Gently massage face with a serum that hydrates and nourishes the skin. A chilled calming mask is used to soothe the irritated skin. The coolness of the mask helps to calm irritated skin. A mask pack is used to tighten the pores and further calm the skin. The whole process is wrapped up with a Korean skincare routine . Choi is an artist, in addition to a really good dermatologist, several weeks of facials were followed with brightening laser treatments and UV treatments that serve to rid the skin of any acne scarring. These lasers can be used to remove hyperpigmentation as well, and it is the most popular treatment in Korea. Immediately after these laser treatments, a similar process as the one above is used to nourish the skin. The difference lies in the vitamin C—they have brightening and cell-regenerating benefits, but is not easily absorbed by the skin through simple serums or creams. When trying any sort of peel at home, especially if it’s meant to address stubborn acne, make sure you have a follow-up regimen that will help your skin get all the nutrients it needs. But knowing how to handle it is the first step in actually caring for your skin.
Korean Celebrity Acne Skincare. Why do Korean Celebrities NEVER have acne or pimples? Korean Celebrity acne skincare secret revealed… One of the BIGGEST growing Korean celebrity skincare trends is using skincare products that incorporate natural Honeybee ingredients such as Honey, Royal Jelly and in particular Bee Venom because these ingredients help acne and pimples disappear fast without leaving acne scars or post-acne marks. The best thing is that Honeybee (and bee venom) skincare products are extremely affordable for everyone who isn’t a celebrity – and now you too can use this amazing Korean celebrity skincare ingredient to make acne or pimples on your skin disappear FAST…with A.
This one is focused on my nighttime skincare routine, using all Korean skincare products, and following the typical Korean skincare routine. It’s wintertime now, so my skincare routine is focused on getting the most amount of moisture into my skin as possible. I use one pump and massage it into my slightly damp skin. I use this one when I feel like my skin is extra dry or dull, as it’s a very moisturizing toner. If it’s around that time of the month, or I feel like my skin might be having some issues, I use the AC Care Water Essence, which I reviewed here . Before Winter really hit, I was using the AC Care Bee’s Cure Serum and the Repair Complex as my serum and emulsion, but I found that my skin didn’t feel moisturized enough (winter is rough), so I switched to the Missha Super Aqua Marine Cell Intensive Serum and Control Emulsion. I pump the serum into my hands, rub them together and gently pat it on my face. My nighttime routine is when I pile on the moisture, so that’s why I use both a cream and sometimes a sleeping pack. I use the Missha Super Aqua Ultra Water-Full Cream, which was totally an impulse buy after the sales woman tested a bit on my hand and I sort of melted. It’s perfect for people with dry skin, or for people who want a little moisture boost in the winter. I like this cream so much I actually use it in the daytime too. After applying my cream, I will sometimes opt to add just that extra layer of moisture and use my Nature Republic Super Aqua Max Deep Moisture Sleeping Pack. And I know some people may think that my skin must look like an oil spill by the time I go to bed, but nope. That’s the beauty of Korean products, they all seem to magically absorb into my skin, instead of just sitting on top of it.
Choosing makeup when you have acne can be confusing, even worrisome—how can you know what’s “safe” for breakout-prone skin? How can you find makeup that won’t draw attention to an uneven skin tone and cover marks from past breakouts? Instead, let’s look at what you really should avoid when shopping for makeup for acne-prone skin. What we can do is make your search easier by helping you identify the biggest culprits—namely irritating ingredients and thick, waxy products. The types of ingredients that help keep these products in a solid or semi-solid form (often waxes, or similar ingredients like polyethylene or ethylhexyl palmitate) are iffy for those with breakout-prone skin. We can understand the temptation to use such products—if you’re seeking medium to full coverage formulas for concealing discolorations, red marks and breakouts, pan or stick concealers often offer the type of makeup power you want! Makeup for Acne-Prone Skin. Here are a few of our favorite foundations for acne-prone skin, each offering medium to full coverage that looks like healthy skin and (this is the important part) sheers out beautifully. You can find more of top-rated makeup picks at our sister site, Beautypedia.com —and for more info check out our You Tube Live Chats with The Paula’s Choice Research Team, like this episode where we discuss How to Shop for Makeup (When You’re Acne Prone)! With Paula’s Choice Skincare, you can get (and keep) the best skin of your life! Paula Begoun is the best-selling author of 20 books on skin care and makeup.
Ten Tips for Treating Acne on Asian Skin. Acne products that work on other skin types can be harmful for Asian skin. Treating acne on Asian skin presents special challenges that are often overlooked by the manufacturers of the most popular acne care products. The products that work on other skin types can be harmful for Asian skin. Here are ten useful tips for treating acne on Asian skin. Products that work for other skin types often can be harmful to Asian skin. People who have Asian skin types, and especially people who have Japanese skin types, are especially sensitive to detergents. The unfortunate reality is that when people with Asian skin tones use hydroquinone to remove brown spots on the skin left by acne, they often develop black and blue spots caused by onchronosis. If you have an Asian skin type, chances are that any product that leaves your skin feeling “tingly” can cause irritation and even brown spotting of the skin. Overexposure to the sun can leave brown spots on the skin, and so can acne. Tea tree oil is usually not a good idea for treating acne on Asian skin.
This means that you cannot reply to this topic. So I have really really oily skin almost everywhere on my face (not just my T-zone To add to this, my face is also acne-prone: I have a lot of blackheads and whiteheads (especially on and around my nose and chin) and pimples on my cheeks and temples. I'm using DDF Sulfur mask for that but it's a bit pricey ($40, but it will last for years if you use it only as a spot treatment) As for face wash, I'm using Purpose which is really gentle on the skin. The thing with acne is that any type of irritation can worsen it, so you want to use things that are gentle of the skin. Don't over wash your face, don't scrub very hard when you do wash it, and don't touch or pick your pimples. Also, make sure your pillows, blanket, and cellphone is clean often. , do you have any recommendations for acne scarring btw? It depends what kind of acne scarring do you have, if your acne scars are indented in some way then the only thing can help is a dermatologists. If you have dark spot acne scars, then ambi fade cream is good. If you have red marks or dark marks & if you use this cream 2x a day, They will fade in 1-3 weeks. Also if you have oily hair, make sure you wash it every two days - hair oil will get on your pillow cover and if you sleep sideways, the oils from your hair will get onto your face. Im not sure, i think maybe it's just your hormones that's making you break out. Im sorry if you all heard this before but if you've done all that.
The Korean skin care routine is making waves around the world, in that; more and more women around the world are following it for various skin issues as well as for maintaining healthy and younger looking skin. Let us study the steps in the Korean skin care routine for adult acne-because believe us – this routine works! The first step in Korean skin care routine for adult acne is double cleansing. This will exfoliate the skin to help remove debris and bacteria causing the acne. Use facial Masques two times a week on the days you do not massage the skin. However, Korean women (who are deemed as having the most beautiful skin) swear by this step. Step 4: Use a Serum. As stated above, use a moisturizer that is non-acnegenic and non-comedogenic and which is suitable for your skin type. Step 3: Use a serum. In Korean skin care routine, they use both. In Korean skin care routine, women are obsessed about protecting their skin from the sun. Follow these steps in the Korean skin care routine and see a vast improvement in your acne.
I prefer to wear no makeup and do as little as possible to look presentable (this is now possible thanks to my skincare secrets revealed here ). Of course, as someone with sensitive skin, it makes finding the right products difficult and maybe that is why I have avoided/haven’t bothered with it for so long. Until recently, even I didn’t understand – and this was after I had bought the products. For the uninitiated, I think this is a good time to introduce the beast that is The Korean Skincare Regime! Cleansing oil. When I first got to this country, I had no idea what the hell was going on (in many ways), and the skincare industry spooked me. And this, friends, is what the Korean skincare routine and the. Cleansing Oil: Nature Republic Chamomile Cleansing Oil ( available here ) Now, I am not usually one for smearing oil on my face, but Korea has shown me the light. Many Korean women use cleansing oil to remove their makeup at the end of the day, and it really does work well as a gentle cleanser. Cleansing oil operates on the premise that like removes like, and using oil will actually remove oil without removing too much… Basically, you don’t want to dry out your skin too much and get that tight, sore feeling, because that will just lead to your face overproducing sebum (oil) like it’s going out of fashion. Nature Republic’s Chamomile Cleansing Oil.
1) ETUDE HOUSE - AC Clinic Line. 2: AC Clinic Daily Acne Foam Cleanser ( $10.99 / £6.63 ) 4: AC Clinic White Trouble Bubble Cleanser ( $12.98 / £7.83 ) 6: AC Clinic Intense Liquid Spot 25ml ( $12.99 / £7.84 ) 7: AC Clinic Intense Pink Powder Spot 15ml ( $12.99 / £7.84 ) 8: AC Clinic Intense Red Spot Balm 20ml + Foam Cleanser 30ml ( $12.87 / £7.76 ) 9: AC Clinic Intense Pink Powder Spot Patch ( $3.99 / £2.41 ) - AC Clinic Daily Acne Foam Cleanser 30ml. - AC Clinic Pink Powder Spot 5ml. Tony AC Control Line. 5: AC Control Serum Pink Dip Spot Serum 18g ( $9.99 / £6.03 ) 6: AC Control Red Spot 25ml ( $10.69 / £6.45) 2: Honey Bee's AC Control Spot Remover 15ml ( $9.69 / £5.84 )
Revolutionary Korean skincare for acne and pimple skin. Having clear skin free from acne and pimples is something you deserve. Care Skincare has been able to engineer revolutionary skincare products designed for acne and pimple skin through research. Care is at the forefront of natural and organic skincare products from Korea – combining both natural ingredients and cutting edge science to give you perfectly flawless looking skin. Care line is completely natural – and all of the active ingredients are sourced organically from Korea. Care touches your skin, it works with the natural skin processes to amplify healing and repair without harming your body in any way. And the results are simply incredible. The Korean secret to rapid acne and pimple disappearance is finally here. Imagine if you can finally make the acne and pimples on your skin disappear for good – and have the clear skin that you want fast. Care Korean Acne Skincare Products, you can do all that and more. In order to achieve the fastest acne and pimple disappearance ever possible, the scientists of A. Care Skincare had to reverse engineer the process of acne trigger and formation. Once the true process of acne formation was uncovered, the team set out to search for natural and organic ingredients that could most effectively eliminate the root cause of acne and pimples. And by extracting the Venom from Honeybees , it was discovered that it contains phenomenal skin healing properties that can treat the root cause of acne and pimples; eliminating it completely – with absolutely zero side effects.
I asked Alice all kinds of questions about what’s trending in Korea, what her personal must-have products are, and what trends are on the way out. For the story – one day, I went to a cosmetic shop to buy the foundation again and the shop assistant asked me which skincare products I use. – Leaders AC Stop Foam Cleansing for the days I have some troubles on my skin. – The Face Shop’, Innisfree, Etude House mask pack series. I love Laneige’s skincare products, especially the Water Bank line. Innisfree recently launched a new line of skincare products: The Balhyo line. And Laneige’s eyeshadow are always amazing, and top of the list. This is a kind of history of Korean Skincare Trends and the hit items: As of now, I can see that the Syn-ake products are not so popular and the honey line is not that special, so it’s declining. For the other trends, I still see people using and buying them. For the moment, I have no other project than improving the shop and offering better services and experiences to my customers. I still have so many brands to put into the shop (and that’s so much work and especially time consuming ^.^) . I now order from this shop regularly, and the service has been great. All products are fresh from the manufacturer, and there are plenty of samples included.
Those with oily skin (or the acne prone among us) can have a challenging time finding sunscreens that don’t leave their face a shiny, greasy mess. We’ve done the research and picked 6 sunscreen favorites for oily skin from Beautypedia. Help for Oily Skin. Before you find out how to take the best possible care of oily skin, you need to forget much of what you think is true about what causes it and how to improve it. With the right information, you can help oily skin without making matters worse! You can be irritating your skin and not even know it because irritation, more often than not, doesn't show up on the surface of skin. If you have oily skin, acne, or both, you may have heard of something called “The Oil Cleansing Method” either from a friend or from browsing the Internet. Whether your skin erupts in white or red bumps or is dotted with blackheads, the objective is to get rid of them, and fast! Knowing what kind of breakout you have is the first step to clearer skin. How can you tell if a product will cause your skin to break out with pimples, white bumps, or blackheads? That's where we can help you save your skin and your money!
Here are the steps for a typical Korean skin care routine: Most people think toners are useless/overkill/drying to the skin, but if you pick the right toner for your skin type, it will be well worth your money. While many Western toners are designed to simply balance your skin's p H levels, many Asian toners aim to do that AND hydrate the skin with nutrients. I like to think that this is THE product to use when you're unhappy or unsatisfied with your skin in someway. Okay, so emulsion may not be for everyone, so depending on the season and/or your skin type, you may or may not need to use am emulsion. If you have oily skin, you may not need to use emulsions in your daily skin care routine. That way, your skin can heal while you sleep (which is, by the way, super important to your skincare routine!), and you wake up with beautiful, radiant skin :) You would use the exfoliator or peel after your gentle cleanser and before your toner. Sheet masks are great for any skin types, and should be used depending on your skin type. Depending on the season, the condition of your skin, etc., you may want to use sheet masks 1-3 times a week.
The Innisfree Jejubija line is also an excellent line for teens and young adults. Smart Shopping : Buy the Laneige Foam cleanser here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Iope Foam Cleanser here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Mamonde Foam Cleanser here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Etude House AC Clinic toner here. Etude House Wonder Pore Freshner is one of the best toner for teens and young adults with combination to oily skintypes. Smart Shopping : Buy the Etude House Skin Mal:gem fresh here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Innisfree Bija toner here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Iope Trouble Clinic toner here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Etude House Wonder Pore Essence here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Ciracle Pore Control here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Cosrx BHA Serum here. The green version is for combination skin and the blue version is for oily skin. Smart Shopping : Buy the Etude House Wonder Pore Emulsion here | Cream here. Smart Shopping : Buy the Laneige Trouble Relief Cream here.
My Korean skincare routine for dry, acne-prone skin. My skin was softer, less dry, and less flaky. Not only does my skin feel rougher and flakier, but my pores, comedones, and blackheads get larger. Using these pads has helped refine my skin texture and keep my blackheads in check. It doesn’t seem to do much except make my skin somewhat softer, though still not as much as the horse oil serum did (which I will talk about in a second!) But for the sake of completion, this is the toner I am currently using. It hasn’t made my skin much softer since then, but that’s okay—for softness, let’s go to the next product! 5.) Guerisson 9-Complex Essence: for major skin softening! Within the first few days, my skin felt like velvet–yes, velvet! 6.) Guerisson 9-Complex Cream: for helping my dry skin in general (review here) This is the infamous horse oil cream that I love and will be ordering a second jar of very soon! My skin generates a bit of sebum on its own and I no longer feel dry throughout the day. Smoother and softer skin overall. Now, that’s not to say that my skin is perfect!
So, as I mentioned in my previous Korean beauty posts, most of the products initially listed in my routine were great but not great enough for trouble/acne-prone skin. The rest in the photo below were freebies and samples, one of the advantages of buying products from w2beauty . The products include: ….and different samples of products from Benton, Sulawhasoo, Su:m, The Faceshop and Mizon. While i like w2beauty because of the reward system, sheet masks and samples, you can get these products at lesser prices on Amazon and Ebay but without guarantee of free sheet masks and samples.
KOREAN SKINCARE ROUTINE 2015 FOR ACNE PRONE SKIN. Many had actually emailed me and asked me to recommend products for acne prone skin. Actually I am not in a position to tell what you should buy because I haven't get to try all the products in the world as well as my limited knowledge to what I had tried and what works for me. I am actually already in my late 20s so the type of skincare products I used are different from teenagers because adult skin can't take any harsh beating.
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Korean Skin Care Products. Korean skin care products are much in demand by most beauty conscious women worldwide. All this and more at the most competitive prices is what makes Korean products a favorite among women. Korean skincare products are enriched with all the natural skincare ingredients, which makes them safe for the skin and also highly effective. Today Korean BB Creams are famous the world over, even in the USA and Canada. Korean products are the most reasonably priced and can now be purchased in Canada and USA. Korean skin care products have healing properties that soothe and refine the skin tone. Most Korean skin care brand Missha sell products with a high organic value and good quality. The benefits of Korean skincare cosmetics are countless and this is the reason why these products are moving to the American counters as well. BB creams introduced the use of Korean cosmetic products all over the world. Now an increased number of women in the world use and advocate the use of Korean Skin care products to their peers. If you are thinking that not being an Asian will deprive you of the benefits of Korean skin care products, you need to correct yourself and stop worrying. The dream can now turn real with Korean skin care products online.
Then you have the extra stuff: the sheet masks and spot treatments and sleeping packs and all sorts of things. What are the must have essentials that you need? I’m here to help you create your own Korean skincare routine. First things first, keep in mind that you don’t necessarily have to use Korean skincare products in a Korean skincare routine. If you have a ton of stuff from Sephora, you can use that. Second, analyze what type of skin you have. All of these things will effect the type of products you use. One of my favorite things about Korean cosmetics is that each brand has multiple skin care lines, so if you have acne prone skin, you can head to Etude and pick up the AC Clinic line, or if you like Innisfree you can pick up the entire Jejubija line. You know you need to wash your face, use a toner, and a moisturizer. You don’t have to spend a hundreds dollars at first. Introduce new products into your routine slowly and carefully, and before you know it, you’ll have no where to put all of your Korean goodies! Cleanser A cleanser is possibly the most important thing you can buy, so make sure to buy a quality one that won’t dry out your skin. If you wear makeup, you also need to get an oil cleanser, as a good oil cleanser will break up all the makeup and dirt from your day.
KOREAN SKINCARE ROUTINE FOR ACNE PRONE SKIN. Home Acne KOREAN SKINCARE ROUTINE FOR ACNE PRONE SKIN. This is my Korean skincare routine that works for my dry acne prone skin. #1 Biore Cleansing Oil – HERE. #2 Klairs Gentle black Sugar Cleansing Oil – HERE. 2 times a week I use my Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Cleansing Oil MIXED with my Klairs Sugar Scrub to remove makeup and exfoliate my skin. #2 & #3 Klairs cleansing Oil Mixed with Klairs Black Sugar Facial Polish – HERE. #16 Innisfree Aloe Vera Revitalizing Sleeping Pack (At the end of skincare routine, sleep in it) – HERE. This is a rinse off type so it is best to use this right after cleansing and before the rest of your skincare routine. I usually use this on the weekends on leave it on my skin for 1 hour+. This is a mask your put on at the END of your skincare routine, then you go to bed! #2,3,4 Klairs Oil, Sugar Scrub and Charcoal Soap REVIEW HERE.
Since I lived in Korea during the time my acne got worse and my mother is Korean, she’s the one who recommended and ordered these Korean skin care products for me. This is the most important step in keeping your skin hydrated and helping the products absorb into the skin. I keep the skin wet and pat my face to help my skin absorb some of the water. This is my day routine, at night it’s the same except I’ll also use eye cream to help reduce eye bags and prevent any future eye wrinkles. The AC Clinic Anti Trouble toner’s name is technically just “SKIN 79 AC Clinic Anti Trouble” but it is a toner since it states so on the back of the product. The 2nd product from this line is the SKIN 79 AC Clinic Anti Trouble Lotion. This product claims to be a “soothing lotion caring trouble by keeping balance of water and oil” (not the best English, but excusable since this is an Asian product and I like it nonetheless). This product isn’t too thick or oily and actually absorbs into the skin quickly. It takes care of my normal skin areas (my forehead and cheeks), but for my chin and nose, it’s not moisturizing enough so I also use a cream for that area. Apparently this product is pretty pricey (at least for me, at around $35 USD), but my mom is the one who tried this ISA KNOX line, liked it, and bought the set for me to also try out. It will sit on top of the skin when first applied, but give it about a minute and it’ll absorb and feels great! I like that this comes in a tube since it’s more sanitary and won’t taint the product as easily (unlike the ultra moisture cream, where it is in a tub). Most lip balms are waxy and just sits on top of my lips, but this one actually absorbs (unless my lips are ultra dry in which it will just sit on top of the dry, cracked skin).
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