Korean Skincare: Step 4. Tone

Toning is a step in skincare that people often ignore, but it does have a purpose. A good toner will balance your pH level after you double cleanse, and clean your skin even further. You’d be surprised at the dirt that might come off, even after a double cleanse.

Korean Skincare: Step 3. Exfoliate

Exfoliating is one of the most important steps in your 10-step Korean Skincare routine. Not only does exfoliating remove dead skin cells, but it also preps the skin to better absorb the following products.

Neogen x Joan Kim, Vita Duo Cream

I couldn’t think of a better product review to start the year with, than this moisturizing Vita Duo Cream. This moisturizer is a collaboration by Neogen and Joan Kim! If you don’t know who Joan Kim is, can you really call yourself a skinthusiast?

Korean Skincare: Step 2. Water Cleanser

So, you’ve completed your first step, the oil cleanse, but your skin doesn’t feel quite clean. That’s where your water cleanser comes in! The water cleanse is the second part of the double cleanse.

All Eyes on: Hyaluronic Acid

Welcome to the All Eyes on series. This series will highlight an extraordinary ingredient found in popular skincare products. I couldn’t think of any better way to kick off this series than with hyaluronic acid!

Welcome to Skin Quench!

Welcome to Skin Quench! A place where both you and I can learn about skincare, review products, hopefully solve some skin problems and live our healthiest, happiest lives.