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Dealing with maskne and blemishes? Then try this skincare influencer's 7-step Korean skincare routine!
The rise of "maskne" has definitely made more influencers and celebrities normalize pimples, the appearance of pores, and blemishes in general. True enough, glass skin isn't as easily achievable as your favorite Korean pop stars and actresses make it seem. Getting and
Here’s a step-by-step guide to achieving dewy and flawless skin!
Glass skin is here to stay and same as you, we are still in the pursuit of finding the perfect routine to cop that plumped, dewy and flawless complexion. But let’s be honest, this trend feels like it is exclusive for people
She revealed her skincare must-haves on her YouTube channel!
Did you know that Sandara Park is already in her mid-30s? Yup, she is, and we'll let you process that information for a second. If we're being honest, we wouldn't know that either if we didn't look it up, because in our eyes,
The actor is the face of one of the K-beauty brand's best-selling products.
Korean cosmetic brands are known for getting swoon-worthy actors and K-pop idols as endorsers. So it’s not surprising that Innisfree has tapped Dr. Romantic 2 and Abyss star Ahn Hyo Seop to be the face of one of their cult favorite products: the Super
These simple tips can upgrade your routine.
We all want our skincare to work as well as they can, but sometimes, we can make tiny mistakes that are actually making them less effective. Below, we run down three products you can improve your techniques on, according to Korean aesthetician Jay Kim:"It’s
Spoiler alert: Your jaw will drop.
Seo Ye Ji as Ko Moon-Young in the hit TvN drama It's Okay To Not Be Okay has smitten K-Drama fans and non-fans (including BLACKPINK) all over the internet with her feisty character and stellar sense of style. There’s no denying that the
Bring out your skin's natural glow.
Aside from regularly wearing sunscreen, exfoliating—or sloughing off dead skin—is one of the most important skincare habits to start in your 30s, especially if you're aiming for a glowing complexion. Truthfully, though, exfoliating is easier said than done, especially if you're too lazy
This easy routine will give your locks the TLC it needs!
K-beauty has consistently made waves across the world. But in case you’ve been living under a rock, Koreans have developed multi-step skin care routines that aim to keep your skin healthy and glowing. Oh, and would you believe that they also have
Need a new eye cream?
If you're currently searching for products like eye creams that can help you maintain a youthful complexion, the world of K-beauty has a lot to offer. Koreans take skincare seriously, and most of their eye creams are spiked with innovative ingredients, along with classic, tried-and-tested ones like
Time to shop!
Toner is often skipped because we think that this bottle won't do a lot for our skin. But not everyone knows that toner is essential in prepping our complexions for the next steps. Plus, it helps treat our current skincare issues—may it be breakouts,
When we talk about Korean "glass skin," we instantly picture it as radiant, dewy, and most importantly—poreless! But here’s the thing: attaining a poreless complexion doesn’t exactly mean removing your pores. It’s more about refining the appearance while still allowing your skin
Like bee venom!
Thanks to South Korea's skincare innovations, we’ve all been introduced to and have been able to get our hands on gentle and natural ingredients that can help rejuvenate, moisturize, lighten and brighten our skin.Apart from reaping the benefits of aloe vera, pomegranate,
Need to replenish your K-beauty stash?
You don't need to worry about your holy grail skincare products running out. There are select retailers that deliver K-beauty goods while we're all in quarantine. Ahead, a list of sites and brands that are open for orders during ECQ.Korean brands available:
It's the Year of the Rat, after all!
If you're a sucker for cute packaging (especially when it comes to makeup and skincare), then we bear good news. With Chinese New Year right around the corner, why not gift yourself something to ring in the new lunar year? Korean beauty
We're eyeing the Water Bank Moisture Essence Set!
When we found out that Laneige was here to stay, we were ecstatic because we're assured that we can get our glass skin essentials anytime we want. This holiday season, the K-beauty brand released their Dream Bubble Collection, which compose of curated
Just in time for the holidays!
A'pieu is a Korean beauty brand that uses gentle ingredients to care for the skin. Their products are not intimidating, which makes them perfect for those who are just getting into K-beauty. They first opened in Landmark TriNoma in October 2019 and
The limited edition packaging is all for a good cause!
It’s Christmas, a.k.a. the perfect time to spoil yourself a little! If you’ve been eyeing Innisfree’s cult fave green tea products, there’s no better time to add them to your cart. The brand collaborated with Dutch graphic designer Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk
Give your regimen a full K-beauty makeover!
We don't blame you for falling hard and fast for K-beauty, especially for their skincare. Those glow-inducing options are hard to resist, given that they offer a variety of impressive formulas that are perfect for Asian skin. This is probably why many
Yup, it exists.
Having discoloration on the armpits is a common thing. A lot of Filipinas have it, including myself. Some possible reasons for this are constant shaving, plucking, or waxing, not exfoliating the area, wearing tight clothes, and using antiperspirants.While it's not particularly a big
Here's everything you need to know about this brightening skincare product.
The Korean beauty industry is famous for introducing the world to new makeup and skincare concepts—like BB creams, facial essences, and cushion compacts. Their latest skincare innovation...or should we say "skinnovation"? Tone up cream. Ever heard of it? Yes? No?If you're unsure