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, youโ€™ve completed your first step, the oil cleanse, but your skin doesnโ€™t feel quite clean. Thatโ€™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.