The Holy grail skin type that everyone wants! This skin is neither too dry nor too oily. It has regular texture, no imperfections and a clean, soft appearance, and does not need special care. Normal skin tends to have balanced pH levels and sebum production.It’s as simple as this - if you don’t have diabetes, will you take insulin? However, that doesn’t mean it’s okay for you to binge on high carbs and your favorite chocolates every night while watching TV shows.Your skin needs to be taken care of too. If you have normal skin, you don’t have to go all out with a skincare routine. However, you should make it a point to stay healthy, hydrated and follow a basic skincare regimen.Ready to get your skin glowing? Here are some tips to get you started!1) Moisturisers are a must for any skin type. They keep the skin moist and prevent it from overproducing sebum. The Benton Aloe Propolis Soothing Gel is the best way to go!2) Sunscreen is a must for overall skin health maintenance. Direct sun exposure can dry up your skin, cause wrinkles and dark patches. An oil-free sunscreen is recommended to avoid clogging skin pores the A'PIEU - Pure Block Natural Daily Sun Cream SPF45 PA+++ 50ml is perfect for you!3) Make sure you are double cleansing to help control those sebum levels. Makeup can clog pores and lead to breakouts. You want to avoid that by taking it off after a long day. The Heimish All Clean Balm is perfect for your first cleanse! Keep your skin hydrated and make sure to exfoliate!
You wash your face and expect to feel fresh and clean, but instead it feels irritated and tight. And during the dryer months like winter and fall, your skin is extra flaky and can peel easily, causing you to look red and feel itchy.Dry skin struggles to retain natural moisture needed as a protective shield against external influences. Because of this, your skin may feel rough and look on the duller side. You may not be prone to acne, but the dehydrated feeling might seem just as difficult to manage.“Just let your skin breathe” — Felicity HuffmanReady to get your skin glowing? Here are some tips to get you started!1) Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. The best thing to do for dry skin is to get it hydrated, yo! Use a deep, nighttime moisturizer, like the Pyunkang Yul Intensive Repair Cream and Pyunkang Yul moisture Barrier Cream after you shower or wash your face.Water can dry out the skin easily, so this is the best time to ensure you develop hydration. And we promise you’ll see results the very next day!2) Ditch the harsh chemicals. Ingredients in soap and cleansers like fragrance and parabens can be super rough on dry skin. Instead try purchasing something mild and gentle on your skin. Your skin won’t retain moisture if it can’t breathe! The Banobagi Milk Thistle Repair Serum is perfect for skin like yours!3) Hello Sun, Goodbye Drought! If your house is too hot or you spend too much time in the sun, this can dry out your skin quickly. Try using a humidifier in your home, and make sure to wear sunscreen! The d'Alba - Waterfull Mild Sun Cream is mild and suitable for sensitive skin and kids!
Even after washing your face, you notice your skin is still shiny. No matter how much you blot and powder, your skin looks like a bright pearl gleaming in the sea.This can cause breakouts, especially in the T zone. Even your pores look huge to you in certain light! Don’t worry. This is normal, especially for teenagers and young adults.You may even struggle to even keep makeup on. After a long day your makeup might start just sliding off your skin. An upside? Extra moisture can help protect your skin from other external factors.“Beautiful skin requires commitment, not a miracle” — Erno LazloReady to get your skin glowing? Here are some tips to get you started!1) Throw away your facial scrubs! Use a chemical exfoliate instead. Exfoliating your face is an extremely effective way of clearing away dead skin. Try using the COSRX AHA/BHA Toner to get the routine started!2) Remember, the best time to exfoliate is at night before bed followed by a good sheet mask to refresh your skin! The BEAUTY OF JOSEON Centella Asiatica Calming Mask and PYUNKANG YUL Calming Mask is perfect after exfoliating!3) Moisturise Smarter, not Harder. I know what you're thinking, why add more moisture onto an already greasy face? But the reason your skin might be so oily is because it's working extra hard to hydrate. Try using a lightweight moisturiser with Centella like the Iunik Centella Calming gel or the Pyungkang Yul Moisture Cream. This will help your skin relax!Treat yo’ self to a mask! For oily skin types, we recommend using a calming mask at least once a week, like the Benton Goodbye Redness Centella Mask.
Guess what! You are perfectly normal. Combination skin is the most common skin type out there, but knowing how to take care of your skin's particular needs in certain areas can seem daunting.You're probably oily around your T zone, which is where you’re most likely to break out. And the rest of your skin can feel tight and dry. By focusing on a specific routine to allow your skin to balance itself out, you can find a happy medium!Ready to get your skin glowing? Here are some tips to get you started!1) Don't over do it! A common mistake with combination skin is over cleansing your face. This can strip your skin of it’s natural oils that help you stay in balance.2) Try washing twice a day with something gentle, like the B.Lab Hydrating Matcha Cleanser or the Banobagi Calming Care Cleansing Gel to Foam and use a light oil-free moisturizer in before bed. The Beauty of Joseon Repair Serum will help your skin breathe.3) Seal in that moisture! Just because your skin struggles to stay in one lane, doesn't mean it doesn't need extra hydration! Try using a gentle hydrating sheet mask, like the Benton Aloe Soothing Mask.