5 Secret Korean Beauty Rituals

5 Secret Korean Beauty Rituals

5 Secret Korean Beauty Rituals

The increasing popularity of Korean beauty is evident around the globe. Koreans are known for taking good care of themselves, especially pertaining to facial care, such as skincare routines and skincare products. The big question is what is the key to Korean beauty? VIP reveals 5 secret Korean beauty rituals.

1. Lower-body bathing

As the name suggests, the lower-body bathing refers to bathing the lower half of the body just up to the abdominal area. Lower-body bathing results in improved blood circulation and lower blood pressure. As it involves sweating, the body’s waste gets emitted, and the skin is cleansed. 

Other benefits include alleviating muscle aches and menstrual pain, as well as leading to weight loss. It is considered more effective than the full bath, as the latter involves higher water pressure, consequently leading to more fatigue.
Recommended duration: around 20 minutes

2. Cucumber face mask

Sliced cucumbers are good for salad, but have you ever thought of putting them on your face? Cucumber is composed of mainly water, thus effective in hydrating the skin. In addition, it also comprises of caffeic and ascorbic acids, which alleviate skin irritations and reduce swelling. Other benefits of the cucumber face mask are soothing sunburn, revitalizing the skin, reducing dark circles and more.

3. Refrigerate face masks

Koreans are all about face masks. A secret tip they have is refrigerating them. Cool face masks are more effective in shrinking the pores, as the coolness constricts the facial muscles. Start refrigerating those masks!

4. Cold spoons to cure puffy eyes

Do you easily get puffy eyes in the morning? The solution is quite simple. Put two metal spoons in the freezer until they are cold, then place the rounded part of the spoon on your eyes until the spoons become warm. Ta-da, the puffiness will be reduced.

5. Wear sunscreen everyday

Although many Westerners love to tan, it actually damages the skin cells, as it is caused by harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun. Koreans wear sunscreen on a daily basis, regardless of whether it is sunny or not. UV radiation actually penetrates through a lot of things, such as clouds and windows. Thus, it is crucial to wear sunscreen everyday in order to prevent photo-aging. By doing so, you’ll be doing your skin a huge favor.

Check out these beauty rituals and experience the changes yourself!

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