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FYI, you don't really have to use a sheet mask every day.
We're definitely not the only ones who were instantly inspired to upgrade our skincare routines after watching K-dramas. We all want to achieve the "glass skin" look that actresses like Song Hye Kyo and Jun Ji Hyun have. It's basically when your
From snail mucin to yeast.
Korean beauty, particularly skincare, blew up because of the highly popularized 10-step Korean skincare routine. But aside from being meticulous about their beauty regimens, plenty of beauty brands from South Korea have also taken the spotlight for the skincare ingredients they use
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
We got to interview the K-drama actress, and her trick to fighting breakouts is not what you'd expect!
Thanks to her stint as a host at Get It Beauty, we had the privilege to find out about the exact makeup that Korean actress Oh Yeon Seo actually uses IRL. We discovered that she loves her warm-toned eyeshadows, MLBB lip tints,
So you can finally achieve that coveted glass skin!
With the overwhelming amount of options that K-beauty offers, choosing just one serum to add to your skincare routine proves to be a tough job. It's not enough to narrow down your options either—it's important to know exactly what your skin needs
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,
Are these getting in the way of your glass skin goals?
So you officially have your K-beauty skincare routine in place, but it seems like it isn't working as well as it should. The culprit might be hiding somewhere in your technique, which is equally important as the products you're using. Ahead, we
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:
You might recognize her from My Sassy Girl, A Korean Odyssey, and Love with Flaws!
Aside from being a seasoned actress, K-drama star Oh Yeon Seo—from My Sassy Girl (2017), A Korean Odyssey (2018), Love with Flaws (2019)—is a huge beauty girl. In fact, she's the current host of Get It Beauty, which is the most popular beauty-centric
Hydrate and soothe your skin in one go!
Aloe vera is perhaps one of the most widely-used soothing skincare ingredients out there. When it's not mixed into a product, it usually comes in the form of a ready-made gel, which has extracts from a real aloe vera plant and does
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 tried it and liked the results!
By now, you probably already know about skin boosters like retinol, collagen, and hyaluronic acid, but madecassoside may be something you aren't familiar with yet, even if it's been around for quite some time. If you feel that you're skin needs urgent recuperation (and
Self-care starts with face masks and some wine.
Korean skincare is known for its elaborate multi-step routine, but if you're just getting into the K-beauty regimen, perhaps your best entry-level product is a face mask. This product is easy to get into, especially because gratification from it is almost instant. And
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
Fresh drops from Korea and Thailand!
If you're an Asian skincare enthusiast or just love having more options, then you're up for a treat. Five exciting beauty brands from across Asia have arrived (and are coming to) the Philippines, and they're ready to give you the complexion of
An extra layer of moisture never hurts!
By now, you should know that moisture is king if you want plump and glowing skin. In fact, layering several lightweight skincare products that are hydrating can give you a similar effect to using moisturizers and serums. Plus, having an additional step
Sadly, the famous K-beauty skincare regimen is not for everyone.
The 10-step Korean skincare routine no doubt offers promising results, but the reality is that it may not work for everyone. There could only be two possible turnouts: either your skin loves it and you become the glass-skinned queen you've always wanted to
One product is sold every three seconds!
K-beauty is definitely having its moment here in the Philippines. More and more Korean beauty brands are setting up shop in the country, and while we always appreciate more options and innovations, it's becoming increasingly challenging to stand out. However, when a brand
Looking for a hydrating toner?
Toners deserve almost as much credit for hydrating our skin as moisturizer does. As the first step after cleansing, applying a toner actually helps prevent dehydration by rebalancing the skin's pH level and giving you your first layer of hydration. But to