. Korean beauty and lifestyle blogger of Sorabelle.com, Vicky Lee. . THE KOREAN MORNING ROUTINE "It may sound extensive, but most Korean women use an 8 and 10-step skincare routine each and every day to help keep their skin looking healthy and beautiful" Vicky explains. "Although it's quite a bit of work compared to the average skincare regime, their effort does not go unnoticed – these women take pride in knowing they have some of the best skin in the world!" These are her key steps for morning: . Step 1: Wash with water First thing in the morning, cleanse your skin with only water, not cleanser. Water removes the few impurities that settle on the face during the night, and keeps skin hydrated, too. . Step 2: Toner To balance the skin's pH levels, it's important to apply toner; otherwise the skin can become dry and dehydrated. Toner further helps to absorb the next products you apply. . Step 3: Essence Essence is a hybrid between a toner and a serum. It works perfectly to hydrate the complexion, aiding cellular turnover for a youthful appearance. . Step 4: Ampoule Similar to serums, ampoules actually comprise an even higher number of active ingredients to target specific skin care concerns. They're used for a finite amount of time as a booster when your skin badly needs the extra help. . Step 5: Serum Concentrated formulas with an unprecedented amount of active ingredients, serums target specific skin concerns like wrinkles, dark spots, and dehydration. . Step 6: Eye cream Smooth a light eye cream across both the brow and socket bone moving from the inner to outer corner of the eye. Here, the skin is at its thinnest as there are no sebaceous glands to produce natural oils, so it's important to keep this area hydrated and protected all day long. . Step 7: Moisturiser Next apply a soothing moisturiser in a light layer across the skin for long lasting all-day hydration. . Step 8: Sunscreen Applying sunscreen shouldn't be reserved for the summer holidays.
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Tales of a skincare product junkie!! It's that time when the seasons are changing and the skin care section of the bathroom is overhauling... time to restock and clean out! Some tips: -skin changes with seasons. The heavier duty products can most likely be put away and not over clutter the area. -CHECK EXPIRATIONS!!! guarantee you, you have products that have been sitting for over 3 years that are worthless!! -do you really need 7 moisturizers and 12 SPFs? before December 31st Or did you buy them because it was the newest thing and you forgot your sunscreen at the beach? Get rid!! -keep samples separate!!! Yes, we've all grabbed the mini bottles from the sephora counter. They add up. What they're good for? Travel! Keep them in ziplock baggies so they don't get mixed in and if they're still in use, bring them instead of full bottles. Save space! #skincare#skincareroutine#productjunkie#skin#seasonalskincare#skincaretips#springcleaning#lotion#moisturizer#expiredproducts#clutterfree
Acne! The most common skin disorder, yet a cure remains elusive. Dermatologist are still using 40 year old treatments, including antibiotics that are becoming resistant to bacteria. But on the horizon, benzoyl peroxide to destroy acne causing bacteria. Retinoids and salicylic acid to unclog pores and regulate skin shedding. Targeting the sebaceous glands with lasers, because of their depths of penetration. Fighting acne for a esthetician can fill like your a detective, you have to try to find the trigger. This can take many visits and different things, working closely with your esthetician is still your best bet for clearing up your acne. Stay consistent and you will reach your goal. . . .#skincareroutine #blemishes#acnescars#skincaretips#estheticianlife#mybeauties#skincareluxury#lakenormannc#lkn#mooresvillenc#treatmentroom#advice#workinprogress#keepitreal#findacure
This is the dictionary definition of acne. To break it down, acne is a toxic buildup in the body which shows itself by coming out of the skin and forming pimples. It happens for a few reasons. The other eliminative channels, liver, kidneys, colon, etc are unable to function properly due to buildup so the toxins come out of the skin. A hormonal imbalance will also cause acne. The buildup is created from the air we breathe and absolutely from the things we eat. Meat, dairy and sugar will and do clog your system causing breakouts and they can also cause you to become constipated. It's odd though because we all know someone that doesn't eat that well (rarely a green or fruit in site) but they have beautiful skin. That's the beauty of nature. We are all different and the manifestation does not have to happen the same way in everyone. That person could be drinking a lot of water, herbal teas, etc that keep their system flushed enough to not cause acne. This doesn't mean they won't be affected negatively in other ways from consuming those items. The question then becomes, how do we get rid of acne. Change your eating habits. I promise that if you eliminate all dairy and sugar from your diet, you will notice a very immediate change in your skin. If you don't want to eliminate, drastically cut back on those items, and begin to incorporate more raw leafy greens and fruit daily. Increase your water intake and use alkaline water if possible. Those minor changes will make a major difference. #naturellyfe#acne#fadescars#clearacne#skincare#beauty#skin#healthyliving#health#nature#veggies#fruits#cleaneating#teenageacne#adultacne#instabeauty#hyperpigmenation#hormonalacne#skincaretips#blemishes#eczema#clearskin