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This Is Sofia Andres' Simple 3-Step Skincare Routine For Glowing Skin

FYI, she only uses drugstore products, too!
Actress Sofia Andres admits that her skin has changed quite a bit after giving birth. In an episode of Barefaced Beauty, the 22-year-old mestiza revealed her fuss-free skincare routine after cleansing. Being a full time mom to baby Zoe has definitely made
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Sofia Andres Removes Her Makeup and Reveals Post-Pregnancy Skin

The young actress admits that her skin has changed after giving birth!
Actress and new mom Sofia Andres admits that her skin has changed after giving birth. "I have eye bags now, not that I really mind," Sofia tells us casually. In this episode of Barefaced Beauty, we catch up with the mestiza at
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5 Skincare Ingredients That Can Help Keep Your Skin Looking Youthful

Ever tried using retinol?
Your skin goes through many changes in your 30s. According to dermatologist Dr. Gaile Robredo-Vitas, "this is because your skin starts to degrade collagen and elastin more than it is making them." You might be experiencing more dryness in certain parts of your face, or you may
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These Are the Best Serums That Can Fade Acne Scars

Only tried-and-tested finds here.
Acne scars come in different forms. Sometimes, they’re flat, red spots that still look like zits from afar. Then, there are instances when they appear like deep dents on the face. If you want to get rid of them, you must distinguish
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Maja Salvador Swears By This Skincare Trick That Helps Tighten Pores

She also reveals how to get rid of eye bags!
Maja Salvador's job as an actress requires long working hours, which means she's always staying up late and prone to eye bags. So, when she shared her morning skincare routine, she had a special step dedicated to calming down dark circles. She likes
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How to Achieve Korean Glass Skin, According to a Dermatologist

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
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K-Beauty Skincare Ingredients You Won't Often Find in Western Products

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
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We Finally Discovered Oh Yeon Seo's Secrets to Clear, Glowing Skin

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,
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7 Drugstore Products That Can Give You Tighter, Less Visible Pores

Minimize pores with these affordable finds!
Solving your pore-related problems is totally possible even on a budget. Besides, it's all about switching to products with the right "tightening" ingredients that'll make them less visible to the naked eye. Keep scrolling for some cool affordable finds you can try!Salicylic
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10 Best Korean Serums to Try for Every Skin Concern

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
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How to Treat and Prevent Breakouts from Wearing Face Masks

Learn how to handle it like a boss.
Wearing a protective face mask is now a must to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but along with this precaution comes a new skincare concern: "Maskne." This coined term is from the words "mask" and "acne." The mask creates constant friction and