Korean skin care in the spring

Spring is associated with renewal and a new beginning.

Koreans are accustomed to review and clean the cosmetic at the beginning of each spring. All cosmetics that have been kept open for more than 6 months are discarded, of course, in the same way as expired. This procedure is performed for hygienic reasons – old cosmetics can cause a bacterial outbreak, clogged pores or reddening of the skin. The usual, oily cream used during the winter should be replaced with a lighter-textured cream, which is very important also in view of the fact that the humidity in the environment increases in the spring, which makes the oily-textured products not functional.

Very often in the spring it seems that the color of the face has become pale and lifeless. This is due to a lack of vitamins (both externally and internally) and general exhaustion of the body. Korean spring facial skin care involves the use of serums with vitamins and other beneficial substances. Activating sera are very important because their function is also to enhance the effects of other products, especially creams.

Koreans choose wisely and in no way miss the moisturizing process of facial skin in the spring. While winter seems to be over and irrigation could be put in hand, the harsh winter weather and constant temperature changes between the dry, warm air indoors and the cold outside have done more harm than good to our skin. After such a combination, the skin is usually dehydrated and the excretion of sebum increases, as a result of which the pores may start to interfere and appear on the skin.

It is very important to include blackhead cleansers in your beauty routine and not to forget the influence of the tonic, as they say – it is better to insure than to regret. To restore skin balance, Koreans choose cosmetics with light ingredients (such as hyaluronic acid) and naturally occurring elements that promote cell regeneration and regeneration (such as AHA, BHA and PHA acids).

South Korean women are working to prevent the early signs of aging and pigmentation, so when spring comes, they are already opting for sunscreen with SPF50.