We all know that some people can’t live without their daily cup of coffee, well, turns out there’s more than one way to get your daily dose of caffeine.
Coffee grounds can now be used on your skin to gently exfoliate and polish it to remove those unwanted dead skin cells for a smoother and hopefully softer feel.
Retinol is having a moment right now, especially considering it's how powerful its properties are, they can significantly improve the appearance of aging skin.
Retinol is reportedly highly effective, so the approach Koreans have is to use a much lower percentage to avoid irritating the skin too much.
Using a range of tonal hues, colors and shades has become a sought-after trend these days, from pastel to bold, or even nude tones.
Manicurists have been quick to pick up on this trend and often blend a mix of different muted shades within the same color family in their designs, making them wearable for any age group.
We all know that good circulation is key to keep your skin looking healthy, which is why Koreans pay so much attention to how they apply their skin care products.
With light massages and circular motions, you don't need to get a facial to get these benefits, there are many DIY tutorials on the internet to show how and you won't even have to leave your house.
On a fundamental level, skincare is supposed to keep your skin healthy while making you look your best. But lately, it's become more than that, providing people with meditative moments that helps to connect them with their bodies.
Koreans have understood this for a long-time, looking beyond the purely aesthetic elements, and finding the emotional benefits that self-care also offers.