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K-Beauty Routine

After removing your make-up with a makeup remover and a cleansing oil, follow these steps : 


This cleansing step removes impurities and excess sebum.

We can use a cleansing foam, a cleansing gel or a cleansing powder.

Following this step, the skin is clean and ready to receive a range of skincare products. Cleanse your face daily morning and evening.


Exfoliator - Scrub - Cleansing Mask 

This step involves exfoliating your skin once or twice a week according to your needs. Exfoliation is used to remove dead skin, regulate sebum and unclog pores. Clearing away these dead skin cells help keep skin glowing and fresh. For sensitive to dry skin, exfoliating once a week may be enough, while oily skin may need a scrub two to three times a week. Complete this step with a cleansing mask a few days a week.


This step begins the application of skincare products. The toner helps balance the pH level of the skin, takes away any impurities and minimizes pores.

Apply the toner with a cotton pad or apply in your hands and tap it directly onto your skin.



The heart of the Korean skincare routine. An essence is a kind of toner/serum hybrid made for hydrating and aiding skin repair and cell turnover. Apply it to freshly toned skin and pat it in.

Serum - Ampoule

A lot of people skip this step but this is crucial for your skin health. Made up of smaller molecules, serums and ampoules deliver a very high concentration of active ingredients. This is why they are great for treating specific skincare concerns, such as hyper-pigmentation, breakouts or wrinkles.


Sheet Mask

Sheet masks are an essential part of the Korean skincare routine. They are rich in anti-oxidants, they make your skin feel smooth, and force your skin to absorb nutrients. Sheet masks are usually cotton masks soaked in a serum or gel. Sheet masks are perfect to chill. Use one at least once or twice a week or every single day if you would like.

Eye Cream

Tissue cells near the eye rim are very thin and delicate, so eye creams are specifically designed for such sensitive eye areas. They often help decrease visibility of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes while keeping the skin hydrated. When applying eye cream, using your ring finger, gently dab the cream around the eyes but not too hard or it would create more wrinkles.



Moisturizers come in many forms : emulsion, lotion, gel, or cream. It’s important to find a moisturizer that works for your skin type. They provide a type of barrier that moisturizes the skin and keeps all the nutrients from all of the above products in place.They don't evaporate easily and keeps the nutrients on the skin for a longer period of time throughout the day. Pat a moisturizer into your face and neck morning and night every single day. 

Depending on the needs of your skin, apply a night mask two to three times a week in the evening instead of your moisturizer. Sleeping masks are what help repair your skin throughout the night so you’ll wake up to younger looking skin.

Sun Protection

Apply a sunscreen every morning, even if you’re stepping outside for just a couple of minutes, reapplying throughout the day as needed. It’s the easiest and most effective way to prevent premature aging (and skin cancer). It’s important to put this on last so it can fully shield your skin from UV rays without being diluted by prior products.


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