How Many Skincare Steps Do Koreans Actually Use?
There's confusion in Korea over what 'vegan' actually means. Plus, how many skincare steps is too many and how many are Koreans actually using? We're taking a look. Plus we're talking the rise and rise of Korean culture.
This question is nearly impossible to answer without knowing what you're manufacturing. Basically how long is a piece of string?
Without knowing the brand concept, how many products are involved, whether you're manufacturing from scratch or using ready-made formulas it's not really possible to give an accurate estimate.
This hair oil forms a coating protection on the hair. It not only moisturizes for shinier hair but also thickens your hair texture.
The formula contains multiple different oils, including lavender, avocado, olive fruit oil, macadamia seed oil and sweet almond oil. Plus, Soybean Seed Extracts which are widely used in aromatic hair treatments because they are good for hair growth.
This nourishing, antioxidant-rich oil gives a boost of hydration, colour and shine to your lips. It's great if you're looking for a hydrating product that also gives both a pop of color. In addition, it leaves your skin with a mirror-like shine.
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There was an interesting article in the Guardian recently talking about the "rise of K everything".
They covered everything from Kdrama and Korean film to Korean food, Kpop and more.
It's a good overview of how the industries rose up in the first place. Apparently former president Kim Dae-jung decided that what was needed was a massive exercise in nation rebranding. He therefore benchmarked the UK and US to create a pop culture industry in Korea.
The other game changer was the arrival of the internet and Korean households having broadband.
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"Koreans use an average of 5.37 skin care products in one routine, plus sunscreen and cleanser".- 2022 Beauty Trend Report
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