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Korean Cleansers

Like the name insinuates, a facial cleanser works at cleansing your face. It helps to remove any sweat, dirt, or makeup from your face by dissolving these particles. Using a facial cleanser or facial wash is usually the first step in a skincare routine. This step gives you a clean canvas to work with, so the next steps are more effective.
Yes, people with different types of skin are supposed to use different kinds of facial cleansers. A face cleanser or face wash is usually formulated to address a certain kind of skin problem and a specific skin type, whether it is oily, dry, combination, sensitive, or a mix of these. Not only are these cleansers different in the ingredients they use, but they also differ in their textures, such as gel, foam, and balms. However, some facial cleansers are made for more general use and can be used safely on most skin types.
Cleansing your skin is an essential skincare step that purifies it for the upcoming products. However, if you use a face wash too frequently, there is a chance of over-cleansing your skin. By using too much facial cleanser in a certain amount of time, you strip the skin off of its natural oils. These natural oils are produced by your skin to create a barrier to external offending agents and to maintain elasticity. Without these oils to protect your skin, it becomes dry and vulnerable to pollutants.
To cleanse your skin, first, moisten it with cold or tepid water. Pour out some cleanser on your fingertips and gently rub them together to activate it. Using the tips of your fingers, gently massage the cleanser on your face for about 60 seconds in circular and upward motions. Wash the foam away with cold water and pat dry with a clean face cloth. Another misconception of using facial cleansers is to rub your face vigorously, do the exact opposite and be gentle when cleaning your face.

Korean Exfoliators

A facial exfoliator gets rid of the dirt, oil, and dead skin that adheres to your skin. In addition to that, it also removes blackheads, whiteheads, sebum, and aids in shrinking enlarged pores. It promotes the surfacing of new skin cells by taking away these harmful elements from the outermost layer of the skin. By using an exfoliator, you encourage the regular turnover of your skin cells.
Using a facial exfoliator to get rid of dead skin cells is recommended for everyone. However, differences in frequency arise when you consider the skin type, its response to exfoliation, and the person's age.

You should carefully consider the above factors to know how often you should be exfoliating.
Ideally, one should only be exfoliating once or twice a week. If you exfoliate every day, you risk throwing off the pH balance of your skin which could cause more damage to your skin.

When you exfoliate, you take off the natural oils that make up the skin barrier and dead skin cells. These oils are needed by your skin to protect itself from external elements. When you keep removing these oils before your skin has had a chance to replenish them, you risk over-drying your skin and leaving it vulnerable.
Experts have been unable to come to a consensus when it comes to the best time for exfoliation. Some recommend doing it in the morning, while others think night time is the right time for exfoliation. But most of all, choosing when to exfoliate should depend on a person’s individual concerns and lifestyle habits.

If you have oily skin and are concerned about a dull appearance in the morning, you would benefit more by exfoliating in the morning. If you wear heavy makeup on a regular basis, you would want to exfoliate before going to bed. This ensures complete removal of all the makeup so that you are left with clean, purified skin before you sleep.

Korean Sheet Masks

Sheet masks allow your skin to be in contact with the nutrients and active agents in essence for much longer than a liquid or gel face mask with no sheet top. Hence, sheet masks are said to be more productive and potent than these regular face masks.

The sheet prevents the essence on your face from evaporating in the environment too quickly. It creates a barrier between the air and your mask, and so dramatically improves its efficacy.
Sheet masks are best used on a makeup-free face after you have just cleansed your skin. They can be used at any time during the day. However, many dermatologists recommend using face masks at night before going to bed. This ensures that you will not be washing your face for quite some time after using the mask, allowing the ingredients to work through the night.
Some sheet masks are incredibly fast acting and require 25 to 30 minutes to work their magic. Other sheet masks are manufactured to be kept on for much longer, ranging from an hour to even overnight. Each of these masks will mention an optimum application time on the packaging that they come in.

However, the average time for a sheet mask to work falls in between 15 to 30 minutes. Unless the packaging advertises otherwise, keeping a mask longer than this time is counterproductive, as it can cause the essence to seep back in from your face into the sheet. But as usual we like to think that wherever there’s a problem there is a solution - and if you find that your skin is ‘damaged’ you can always opt for a detox mask. They are usually paste-like and contain effective nutrients to aid in replenishing what was lost.
As much as we wish it could be possible, sheet masks cannot completely change your skin with a single-use. The secret to achieving the advertised results is consistency. Use the sheet mask consistently for at least 21 to 30 days to see visible, lasting results.
Most often, using a sheet mask once or twice a week is more than enough to get all the benefits that it claims to offer. Always remember to study your skin type and see what it responds to and what it doesn’t respond to. There are sheet masks that can be worn daily, but we at Madnice after discussing with dermatologists and skin care aestheticians recommend no more than twice a week.

Korean Moisturizers

You might think that you do not need to moisturize as much during the summer. However, this is a skincare practice that you should be doing all year round.

Moisturizing your skin not only helps fight dryness, but it also controls the oil your skin produces naturally. By applying moisturizer in the summer, you trick your skin into producing less oil, therefore combatting any acne issues. .
In a simple CTM skincare routine, moisturizing comes after cleansing and toning. For more elaborate skincare routines, the step that moisturizing takes can come at different times.
Most dermatologists recommend moisturizing your face twice a day. One should be in the morning before you put on makeup, and the second time should be at night after cleansing your skin.
Moisturizing too much can cause the product to build up onto your skin. This can clog the pores, making you feel greasy and leading to skin problems and/or skin conditions such as acne.
Working with clean skin, pump out some moisturizer on your palm or the back of your hand. Using your finger, dab the product onto your forehead, nose, chin, and either cheek. With light fingers, massage the product into your skin.. Do not rub vigorously, just lightly tap the moisturizer in using upward motions. Be sure to lightly moisturize the neck area too, again, upward motions!

Korean Eye Creams

You might think that you can use your moisturizer as your under eye cream, but that is not a good idea. The skin under and around your eyes is thinner and very different from the skin on the rest of your face. Moreover, the sensitive area under and around your eyes has specific skin issues of its own, that the rest of your face does not experience. These are the reasons that you need a particular product to address this area, and your moisturizer cannot double as an eye cream but your eye cream can act as your moisturizer for your entire face and/or neck.
If your under-eye area is problem-free and you are a certain age, you might think that you do not need an eye cream. Dermatologists, however, beg to differ. They recommend the use of a good eye cream not only to address visible issues such as puffy eyes, dark circles, or fine lines under the eyes, but also as a preventative measure against these problems. If these are the skin issues that concern you, investing in a good eye cream is essential.
After cleansing, toning and applying serum to your skin, you can go ahead and apply eye cream under your eyes. Dip your clean ring finger into the product to scoop a pea-sized amount of the product or use an accompanying silicone/plastic accessory to help scoop out the appropriate amount. Gently massage with a tapping motion in the area under and around your eyes. Do not wash it off.
The ingredients you look for in your eye cream differ significantly with the specific problem you are fighting. For anti-aging effects, look for retinoids and peptides in your eye cream. For puffy eyes, choose eye creams with antioxidants, niacinamide, herbal and botanical extracts, and sodium hyaluronate.. Hyaluronic acid and essential oil extracts are ingredients that help with hydration and moisturizing of the skin's delicate area.
Depending on the type of eye cream, yes. Some eye creams are produced specifically to remove the appearance of dark circles. You want to look for certain ingredients which should include peptides, certain acids and botanical extracts. Not only eye creams, certain eye patches, which are fairly common, are designed for anti-aging abilities such as reducing wrinkles and fine lines, puffiness, and crows feet.
Most dermatologists agree that nighttime is the best time for eye cream, this is because many eye creams contain ingredients that may harm your skin when exposed to sunlight. However, if you apply eye cream in the morning be sure to use sunscreen. Be consistent with your skin care regimen and you will certainly see results, guaranteed.