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Have you every wondered why Koreans mostly have good porcelain skin. If you thought it’s just genes then you are probably wrong. To bring a ton of spark on the skin, Korean’s are one of the leading skin care specialists and have brought the multi – step skin care routine to the beauty world. To make the skin look beautiful people use cleansing, moisturizing cream’s and apply a good SPF during the daytime. However, Korean program is totally different from other skin care treatments. Skin care is a part of the Korean culture which is completely ingrained in the nerves and body of a person since childhood, where they are being dragged by their mother to the bathhouse so that the dead skin could be sloughed off with the help of viscose cloths that are generally bright green in color. The very first routine of the Korean culture is to brush the hair properly to give an attractive look and the most important part is to address the dark circles and apply a good treatment around the eyes which tends to make you look dull. The Korean treatment motivates and gives a flawless look on the face that influences other people to opt for the skin care routine which is beyond the comprehension.

There are certain steps that the Koreans follow as a skin care routine. They are listed as below:

Eye Makeup Remover:

As the eyes are the sensitive part of the body invest on a good eye makeup remover. Innisfree olive real cleansing tissue is a good option to use as a normal cleanser for the removal of the eye makeup which also helps to leave the mascara over the eyelashes. You can also use it to remove any long lasting lipstick too.Now isn’t that great.

Using Cleanser:

Rubbing oil cleanser’s such as Rice Water Bright Cleansing Light Oil on the face with gentle circular movement of the fingers will loosen the makeup buildup and clean the face. A little pump goes a long way. Rinse it off with warm water. Massage the face with the fingers and try to clean the BB cream and foundation. Massaging in turn helps to increase the circulation and brightens the skin with an extra glow.

Exfoliate:

Skinfood Black Sugar Mask Wash Off is the best natural scrub as an Exfoliator. Dampen your skin a bit with warm water and then rub it into your skin until the sugar is dissolved. It makes your skin glow and brings a baby soft skin effect. Works effectively on blackheads and tends to leave your skin dry. So it should be moisturized later.

Toner/Refresher:

Etude House Wonder Pore Freshener helps tightens pores and purifies the skin. Apply to a cotton pad or cotton balls and then to your face and neck. Let dry. Certainly helps minimize pores.

Essense:

Essense improves the skin making it crystal clear. Cremorlab Mineral Treatment Essence looks promising for helping with hydrating, brightening and smoothing your skin and skin texture.

Serum:

Serums help to brighten, lighten, plump skin, improve texture and also reverse the signs of UV damage. They also incorporate powerful vitamins and minerals. You can definitely try Skin Food Peach Sake Pore Serum.

Sheet Masks:

The sheet mask’s are quite popular in South Korea. They are full of beneficial nutrients and inexpensive.It is applied twice a week. The mask contains the ingredients like – Vitamin E which is an anti-aging agent and avocado extracts that contain antioxidants to deliver bright and glowing skin.

The Moisturizer:

Skin Food Peach Sake Emulsion works best. With gentle strokes massage your face with moisturizer to help penetrate into your pores to keep your skin hydrated and soft.

Night Cream :

To recharge the skin overnight and make it stay hydrated throughout, Koreans apply a fermented ingredient of fruit, water, snow lotus extracts and the sap of the bamboo for the moist glow. Rub it thoroughly and sleep on.

 SPF (Day Time only):

Finally invest on a good natural SPF (Zinc based) during the day time to protect from harmful sun rays.

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