About Face: Korean Beauty Masks

Screen Shot 2015-11-03 at 8.41.55 PMLately, Korean beauty regimens have been all the rave. I admit I was curious, but strayed from going out there and trying this new beauty trend because mainly – I’m not Korean. However, after doing some research on the skincare benefits of some of these regimens I was able to select products that would could be beneficial to my skin type.

About a month ago, I paid a visit to Club Clio – a Korean skincare and cosmetics boutique located in Union Square, NYC. I came across a kiosk that housed like a million sheet masks. I asked like a million questions and after about 15 minutes, I chose three masks that I felt would work with my skin type.

Now, I’m really a clay/charcoal mask kind of girl because I’m obsessed with my pores, but with the winter months approaching and with my limited knowledge of how my skin reacts during these months, I realized that what I needed was intense hydration. I won’t rave about all of the benefits that a sheet mask provides because I’ve actually used one once. Last night I tried the Honey & Collagen sheet mask and I have to say it did leave my skin feeling supple and after applying my night cream I did have a bit of a glow. It’s too early to see how this will pan out, however, I will try to incorporate this into my nighttime skincare routine. I’m going to try to do it at least twice a week and see how this goes.

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  1. Hi, I thought I’d stop by to let you know I really enjoyed your post! Very cool, interesting (and stylish too!!) Keep it up!
    Come check out my blog if you get the time, would love to know what you think!
    Keep blogging!
    Love,
    Mimi
    p.s. these look so good

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