This is the new way to fix blemishes, without leaving your You may have seen these strange-looking patches appear on your instagram page, while they look a lot like circular band-aids, they’re actually patches meant to absorb pimples.
Apparently, they contain special ingredients that work to absorb skin oils and sebums that often show up in the form of a pimple.
Why get cosmetic surgery when you can just use Asia's gadgets and tools that were designed solely to give your face, that lift you're looking for? Gua sha stone massages are a natural, alternative treatment that incorporates sweeping your skin with a massage stone to improve your circulation.
This tool actually comes from China but it was K-beauty trends that popularized it.
Daily Defense creams were initially marketed as the heavy duty cream to protect your skin, but also working best when used consistently over long periods of time.
While it sounds suspiciously like a BB or CC cream, the bottom line of this cream is its added anti-aging benefits.
If you ever walked through Seoul on a bright, sunny day, and you’d find the streets blanketed in umbrellas, just as you might see on a stormy day in New York City, except these umbrellas are meant for sun protection, not rain.
Yes, that's right, Koreans take dark spots very seriously and the sun as a danger to their skin.
Perhaps most impressive is South Korea's age-old traditions that emphasized skincare long before it became newsworthy.
Koreans have always relied on various beauty hacks that they incorporated into their daily lives – and to this day, it is common to use rice water to wash your face because of the many benefits.