Welcome to my brand new series that focuses on facial oils! Let’s kick it off with a fan favorite–coconut oil!
Korean Skincare: Jade Rollers
Facial jade rollers exploded across the Western world this past year, but a lot of people don’t really know what they do or how to use them! While these fancy rollers may be new over here, they’ve been around for ages on the other side of the world. In fact, the significance of jade dates back centuries ago.
All Eyes On: Clay Masks
Clay masks work to detoxify the skin, because they have a natural ability to tighten and pull. They extract impurities from both the surface, and just underneath the skin. These impurities include excess oils, dead skin cells, and all the grossness that clogs your pores.
Whiteheads are probably the easiest type of pimple to get rid of, but blackheads can be a little trickier. Blackheads are non-inflammatory, open comedones. The open pore allows air to get in. The air oxidizes all the dirt and oils trapped in your pore, therefore creating that black appearance.
Glow Recipe, Watermelon Glow
Glow Recipe is a K-Beauty brand that is run by two women, Christine Chang and Sarah Lee. Their goal is to curate K-Beauty products that are natural and gentle for the skin, as well as create their own products. I’m sure you’ve seen their trendy packaging all over social media, I know I have!
Korean Skincare : Step 8. Eye Cream
Eye scream, you scream, we all scream for eye cream! I didn’t use eye cream until I was introduced to Korean Skincare. Actually, I always thought it was a luxury skincare item that was a waste of money.
Caudalíe + Farmacy Essence Mists
Essence mists have become very popular in the past year. Maybe it’s because more are being produced, or maybe it’s for the convenience factor. Regardless, I’ve fallen in love with the concept. It’s my favorite part of my skincare routine.