“The Korean beauty industry spend serious bucks on cosmetic research and the Western world wants what they’re having.
Last year, South Korea exported more than 2.64 billion dollars worth of cosmetics – mostly skincare. Korean women are good at looking after their skin – and they don’t mind spending the time (ten step regime anyone?)
The ten-step routine has our typical Western cleansing, exfoliating and hydrating but dials it all up a notch with a double-step cleanse, extra treatment serums and of course the iconic sheet mask.
Brush up on the ten steps with our guide, including a fresh batch of Korean-worthy products you can actually buy in Australia.”
Style by nine.com.au says:
“Exfoliation will not only polish skin smooth, but help with skin texture and minimising pore size. Massage a quality micro-bead free exfoliator twice a week.”
Skinfood Black Sugar Perfect Scrub Foam can be used two ways – as a gentle exfoliator to remove makeup or dead skin or as a regular, foamy cleanser depending on how much water you use with it. The more the water, the quicker the sugar crystals dissolve, giving a silky soft wash.
It also smells absolutely divine – just like sugar.
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