This herb grown in Asia is pretty huge right now, especially considering the dreaded ‘maskne’ we’ve all been getting. Centella Asiatica is touted for its anti-inflammatory properties, which help soothe irritated skin.
With skincare being at the forefront of everyone’s minds right now, this is a product you might want to add to your daily regimen.
There certainly are crazy combinations out there when it comes to skincare ingredients. Starfish cream is said to be one of the most effective products when it comes to combating fine lines and wrinkles.
We don't know whether we should be excited or skeptical at this point, but it might be worth a try.
K-beauty guru, Michelle Phan says you should never put on your foundation all over your face. Instead, you should only apply it around your forehead, nose, and chin.
Begin by stroking lightly from the center of your face and blending the product outwards. This creates a gradual effect on your face, drawing the light towards the middle of your face.
In a strange turn of events, eggs are taking center stage in this beauty trend. Yes, eggs contain beneficial nutrients eggs like vitamins and minerals, so why not add them to your routine?
Egg yolks are mostly made up of water and fats, which make them a great ingredient for their water-binding properties that lock in moisture to store in your cells.
Lightening Your Skin
In Korea, skincare is not just a vanity thing, it’s seen as essential self-care. Like any other maintenance. This is why Korea takes their skin's health so seriously.
There are many avenues that people use to achieve that bright luminous skin, from wearing sunscreen all the time to using brightening products, Korea is all for keeping their skin as light as possible.