You will be under pressure once you come across a Korean woman who has a flawlessly beautiful skin. Ever wondered why? It is because Koreans usually care for their complexion as their biggest investment, worthy not only of their money but also of their time.

Skin care in Korea is somewhat a comprehensive multi-step process. It is a fact that seems to initiate a ton of fascination in the beauty world where workplace employment discrimination is rampant when people can easily judge you by your looks. So if you’re a fresh graduate looking for a job, you better do these steps so you can be your best in time for that job interview.

It is certain that you have already heard of the million-step skincare routine of Korean beauty. The truth is, it is just made up of ten steps, and that will only take about fifteen minutes. Do it regularly, and it will leave your skin glowing.

Here’s how Koreans do it.

1. Before washing your face with a cleanser
To start caring for your skin, you need to get rid of all the obstacles first, like makeup, dirt, and other environmental impurities.

Use a cleansing wipe or a good makeup remover to get rid your skin of any mascara, liner, lipstick, and even that shaded moisturizer around your hairline. Next, use an oil-based cleanser to loosen the face makeup. Add a splash of lukewarm water rinsing everything away.

2. Cleansing method
And now the ‘double’ portion of the double cleanse step. Clean the pre-cleansed skin with a water based cleanser. Wash away the remaining impurities, and any residue from your oil cleanse.

3. Exfoliating is crucial
Exfoliating is critical for a refined complexion. Shedding of dead skin cells makes it a breeze for the rest of your other skincare products to blend with your pores.

Use just a soft exfoliating cleanser and focus on the areas that need attention such as the T-zone or around the nose. Just make sure to exfoliate a few times a week only, so this step is only optional.

4. Applying Toner
Time to prepare your skin with toner. Simply sprinkle it to your hands and tap it directly into your skin.

Toner is the step that gets your skin spotless. It helps you balance your skin’s pH levels and preparing your skin with a little bit of hydration to absorb your next following skin care products.

5. Essence is the heart
Consider Essence as the heart of Korean skin care routine. Essence is a type of toner and serum made for aiding skin repair and hydration. It improves your skin and becomes breathtakingly beautiful. Apply it directly to your freshly toned skin and pat it with your hands.

6. Treating the face with Serum
A serum is an extracted essence, together with boosters and ampoules. These products can address any issue like pore-refining, brightening, wrinkles, pigmentation, and acne. You apply this in the same way, and it’s all about tapping it on your skin.

7. Sheet Masks being the soul
If the essence is the heart of Korean skincare routine, then the sheet mask is the soul. It is a nourishing skin ritual that gives maximum treatment to your skin for fifteen to twenty minutes. Once or twice a week is just enough for this step.

8. Eye Cream for a wrinkle-free eyes
The skin around your eyes is the most sensitive skin on your face that’s why you should treat it with the extra help of protection and hydration. Use your ring finger to tap the eye cream around the entire orbital bone gently, and avoiding the water line.

9. The method of moisturizing
Hydration is your key to a dewy, glowing skin. Searching for a perfect moisturizer that works for your skin type is a critical step in protecting your skin. Morning and evening, tap a moisturizer all over your face and neck to keep your skin hydrated and protected.

10. Protection from the sun
Although you will just step outside for a couple of minutes, putting on sunscreen is an excellent way you can do to stop premature aging.

Apply every morning, and even reapplying throughout the day is necessary. It is essential as the last step so that it can shield your skin from the harmful effects of Ultraviolet Rays,

The essential Korean beauty makeup secret is less makeup and more skin care. The real key is prevention and nurturing to eliminate any need for expensive facial products. You don’t need to mask and exfoliate every day, however, whenever you can, give your skin an extra treat.

Author's Bio: 

Benny Archer is an avid fashionista and health enthusiast. He loves to read about fashion and health, especially the latest news and updates about the newest trends and beauty secrets. In his free time, he loves to write about these so he can share the beauty secrets that he knows to the rest of the world.