how are they different? As well as being nourishing, brightening and hydrating, the Korean skincare routine is complex! There are so many steps, several of which exhibit lots of similarities. Take essence, serum and ampoule for instance. They all technically do the same thing but at different potencies, textures and positions within the skincare routine. what is an essence?
uniquely Korean Korean skincare is synonymous with some amazing ingredients such as snail mucin, propolis and ginseng. Many are steeped in medicinal history that dates back to ancient times, their efficacy proven over centuries. Let’s take a look at some of the heroes that are currently trending. propolis Propolis Extract is a combination of beeswax, enzymes and tree sap
the claim The Tia’m Snail & Azulene Low pH Cleanser is a mild gel cleanser that helps to maintain a healthy skin pH while also reducing skin irritation that can be caused by cleansing. the science Represented at the highest concentration, following water, is Cocamidopropyl Betaine. This ingredient is a gentle surfactant which acts as a cleansing and
the claim The Skin House Marine Active Toner claims to sink in quickly to hydrate the skin with hyaluronic acid and ceramides. Deep sea water and seaweed extract make skin clean and bright without feeling sticky. the science Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is naturally present in the human body. It draws up to 1000 times its weight in moisture
the claim The Benton Snail Bee Ultimate Serum claims to be a multitasking serum which helps to nourish, soothe and keep skin supple. It is suitable for all skin types, even sensitive and an ideal choice for those looking for a protective product that will hydrate dry skin, add suppleness and vitality as well as assist with hyperpigmentation and uneven