Korean Skincare Routine – Does It Work?
Posted: Apr 18 2016
Yes, yes it does! When we first spotted the Korean skincare routine way back when, we thought it was way too much product to be using. Different people use a different amounts, typically between 8-12 items. We were using an average of maybe 3-4 items per night and then throwing in a mask here and there to fresh up. Still we were incredibly intrigued when this Korean routine came to the states.
Although we originally thought that less is more when it came to our skin, we couldn’t help but notice our skin look brighter and feel smoother after just going on this routine for a week. See what steps worked for us and the products we used to help us get fresher skin.
- First Cleanse
Use a gentle cleanser, wipe or makeup remover to get the first layer of dirt off your face.
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, $18.79/pack of 2
- Second Cleanse With Daily Exfoliator
Use a product with gentle beads to get rid of dead skin cells to prevent them from clogging pores.
We love using this micro water as a toner to not only get ride of any leftover makeup or dirt, but to replenish skin again.
Dr. Jart Dermaclear Micro Water, $21.85
Spray allover your face and then tap in. It will add an extra hydration to your face so you can use less moisturizer/cream.
Use one that targets what you want to fix, whether it’s wrinkles or redness.
- Eye Cream
Gently tap around your eye area to combat current and future crows feet and lines.
- Night Cream
A good night cream definitely changes the meaning of beauty sleep.
Fresh Black Tea Age Delay Cream, $104.99
- Face Exfoliater
You’ll be surprised how using a strong exfoliator will work wonders on your skin.
St. Ives Scrub, $6.22
- Face Mask
Choose a pore-clearing one, or a hydrating one depending on your skin’s needs.