7-Steps K-Beauty Products for Daily Skincare Routine

Bhagyashree Thingalaya, Mumbai, Maharashtra

The morning routine is all about protection from the sun, pollution and the elements that can cause serious harm to our skin and make it dull and tiring! From essences to sheet masks, Korean beauty products and trends are taking over the beauty market. Everyone is talking about the routine that is popular among the skin-centric women of South Korea. As a skin–fanatic myself, I would like to share 7-steps Korean beauty products that can be used on daily basis! 

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Cleanser

In the morning, start by splashing your face with warm water or, if you must, wash with a gentle face cleanser designed for your skin type. However, most of the cleanser comes for all skin types’ benefit!

Toner

Most people choose to skip toners, partly because there’s a lingering assumption that most toners are harsh and irritate the skin. Fortunately, that’s not the case anymore. While they don’t physically “shrink” pores, the new breed of toners can serve multiple purposes. They act as a delivery system for antioxidants, vitamin B derivatives and even toning acids. Additionally, each type of toner is intended for a different skin issue, so it’s important to use the right kind for your skin concern.

Anti-oxidant Serum

Serums are super-concentrated, nutrient-dense treatments that address specific concerns, so it’s better to keep them as close to the skin as possible. There are various serums available in the market today, but for daytime, many skin specialist recommend antioxidant serums, which provide a variety of benefits—from blunting your skin’s inflammatory response, to neutralizing damage from UV rays and environmental pollutants.

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Eye Cream

It’s vital to apply an eye cream at least every night—if not twice a day—starting in your 20s. It’s about maintaining the health and thickness of the eyelid skin. Improving the skin quality in this area early on ensures that the eyelid skin does not easily lose laxity and its smooth appearance later on.

Spot Treatment

As acne spot treatments differ in active ingredients, check your product packaging or consult your dermatologist for the best way to apply it. Prescription-strength benzoyl peroxide, a common acne spot treatment ingredient, has a one-to three-hour working time. Remember that acne spot treatments can dry out your skin, so always apply only on spots where you need it.

Moisturizer

Yes, everyone needs a moisturizer, even if you have oily skin. Most experts recommend that the best time to apply a moisturizer is while the skin is still damp, so the sooner you go through applying your serum and treatment, the sooner you’re able to lock in much-needed hydration with your moisturizer.

If you’re using an acne spot treatment, you may want to skip those areas when applying your moisturizer to make sure the ingredients in it won’t interfere with the active ingredients in your spot treatment.

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Sunscreen

Sunscreen should be the last step in your daytime skin care routine if you’re using a physical or mineral sunscreen, which works by physically blocking UV rays. This step becomes tricky when you’re using a chemical sunscreen. If you apply your chemical sunscreen before your moisturizer, your moisturizer will not work as well either, because the skin is coated with chemical sunscreen.

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One must definitely follow these 7 steps on daily basis to get flawless, blemish free and everlasting glow on your skin! What are your daily essential skincare products? Tell us in the comments!

Watch this video to understand more about the Skincare routine:

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17 Comments Add yours

  1. saumya7897 says:

    Thank u for providing a proper way of taking care of skin….will follow these steps for skincare..! Great job done. ✅

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  2. Well written! The essential skincare products for me are serum, sunscreen.

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  3. Wow . Its a fresh serve for all the k beauty lovers🥰🤩

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  4. Thank you so much for explaining it so well!

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  5. polly1493 says:

    Loved the article! It was definitely quite relatable, i have been using korean skincare products for a while now, having sensitive skin i don’t experiment much but few of the brands are my go to brands now and am slowly building a lesser step routine but a light and effective one.

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  6. Smriti. L says:

    Loved the article! My everyday essentials are serum, moisture and suncream.

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  7. rupalikujur says:

    Well written article 👏🏼
    I gotta start taking care of my skin from now onwards…😅

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  8. Loved the article 💜

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  9. ThatMoleGirl says:

    Well written article. 💜 Korean skincare regimen has really transformed the skincare game…From products that did not exist in Indian market to now multiple Korean brands available within arms reach. The information is really helpful for the building a habit to focus on skin care rather than just makeup.

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  10. This is such a well written article! Loved it💕👍I try to do all the 7 steps but it requires such dedication that I just do three steps🤭😂

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  11. Ritika Jain says:

    Perfect! Was already searching for a basic skin care routine from quite a few days now..I think I have now found the perfect one👍

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  12. andreaimmaculate says:

    Really amazing article got to know morw

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  13. chandrasep11 says:

    yes that’s why Korean have glass clear skin, such a helpful article about skincare. loved it.😍😍.

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  14. amilakaur says:

    Wow, Useful article I am gonna try it.

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  15. Such a helpful article..

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  16. Haarini Balasubramaniam says:

    Thanks to this article I finally found a proper routine.

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  17. Sameen Murtaza says:

    Started incorporating these Kbeauty products recently in my daily routine and they are so worth it!

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