Korean skincare places more emphasis on protection and prevention than on using products to repair damage. Here are some tips for Korean glass skin.
JIN SKINCARE ROUTINE
Oil-based impurities like SPF, makeup, and natural sebum may be difficult for water-based cleansers to remove because they repel one another. Oil-based cleansers efficiently get rid of these impurities without removing the skin's natural oils.
The majority of people probably picture this kind of cleanser when they hear the word "cleanser." This is typically a foaming liquid (or bar) that cleans up any sweat and dirt that the oil cleanser didn't completely remove.
Exfoliants include products like pads, peels, and scrubs. These products aid in removing buildup and dead skin cells. Start out slowly and only use it a couple of times a week at most.
When you reach this stage, your skin's pH may be off and need to be brought back to an acidic state. Toners aid in reestablishing equilibrium and replenishing moisture to the skin.
Essences are made with fermented ingredients specifically for Korean skincare regimens and are designed to hydrate and protect the skin. Consider an essence as being in the middle of a toner and a serum.
Eye gels, creams, or oils are designed to focus on the delicate, thin skin around the eyes and reduce puffiness, fine lines, and darkness.