10-Step Korean Skincare Routine

The 10-Step is more than a routine—it's a lifestyle that has become a global phenomenon, grounded in Korea's cultural obsession with healthy skin. What is more important is having the right products meant for your skin type and using them in a specific order rather than having more and more products. So, if you’ve been wondering what specific order we are talking about, you are just about to find out.

Makeup remover and oil cleanser 
Not only are the oil cleansers relaxing to use but also they gently remove makeup by massaging, as well as other oil-based impurities.

Water-based cleanser
Water-based cleansers dissolve the water-based impurities such as dirt and sweat that your oil cleanser didn’t pick up.

Regular physical and chemical exfoliation helps clean pores and slough off dead skin cells for visibly brighter and smoother skin.

Toners perfectly remove any leftover residue from your cleansers while also prepare your skin to effectively absorb the moisturizers that follow.

Packed with a concentrated blend of hydrating, anti-aging, and complexion-enhancing ingredients, essences hydrate your skin and aid in cell turnover.

Boosters, serums, and ampoules are the ultimate skin perfectors since they target specific skin concerns such as acne, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation.

Sheet mask
When in prolonged contact with your face the sheet mask allows the skin to fully absorb the nutrients and moisture. Plus, it infuses your skin with concentrated essence.

Eye cream
Having in mind that the skin around your eyes is the most delicate and the thinnest, regularly using an intensive eye cream can keep dark circles and puffiness at bay.

Coming in many forms such as emulsion, lotion, gel, and cream, moisturizers seal in moisture to plump and smooth skin.

Wearing sunscreen even when going out for a couple of hours is the easiest way to prevent premature aging and also protects your skin from damaging UV rays.