Korean Glass Skin Routine :How to get Glass Skin in simple 6 Steps.

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Inspired by Korean Skincare, “glass skin” is the newfangled trend! The days of ‘natural makeup look’ are long gone! What’s tempting the eyes is the NO MAKEUP, NATURALLY GLOWING SKIN! And the Korean women are acing it! Glass skin is nothing but shiny (not oily), glowing, lustrous, spotless, even, and natural skin tone and texture.

The Koreans have the perfect and smoothest skincare, which is setting up new beauty standards. The skin is almost as transparent as glass. Sounds unrealistic? But it is possible to achieve that with some simple, easy-to-follow steps! We are going to go desi with our skincare routine to get that smooth and glowing glass skin!

Let’s collect some DIY ingredients and get one step closer to that flawless glowing skin!

Step 1- Double Cleansing

The concept of double cleansing is not new, and it is a key part of the Korean skincare regime! To completely remove the makeup, oily impurities, and dirt on the face, we will start our skincare routine with an OIL-BASED CLEANSER. You can use coconut oil, olive oil, jojoba oil, or sweet almond oil on a cotton pad or a cotton ball. Gently apply it to your face and clean your face. It will clean your pores without clogging them. Now, it’s time for the WATER CLEANSER.

For a water-based cleanser, take some honey and mix it with milk or water. Apply it on your face in a circular motion and wash it off with warm water or clean it with a hot towel. Honey moisturizes and nourishes your skin.

Step 2-  Exfoliation

Let’s move on to exfoliating our skin, take 1 tbsp of gram flour, 1 tbsp of Multani mitti, and add few drops of water to make a paste. Gently massage your skin with it and wash it off with water. You can also exfoliate using rice flour. Mix 1 tbsp of aloe vera gel, 1 tbsp of rice flour, and few drops of lemon. Gently scrub it on your face for 2-3 minutes and wash it off with water. Rice flour has anti-oxidants properties and the ability to remove dead skin cells and nourish your skin, keeping it fresh and glowing.

Step 3- Don’t Miss the Toner

Keeping your skin hydrated is the most important part of the Korean skincare routine. You simply can’t miss this step. You can use rose water, apple cider vinegar, or green tea on a cotton pad or a cotton ball or spray it directly on your face. For a more DIY toner, take some tomato juice, mix it with honey and apply it on your face. Leave it for 15-20 minutes and then wash it off. Toner will tighten your pores and balance your skin’s pH level.

Step 4- DIY Sheet Mask

Take a bowl and mix together 2 tbsp aloe vera gel, half a cup of fermented rice water, 1 tbsp glycerin, and 2-3 drops of tea tree essential oil. Take a compressed face sheet mask and dip it into this mixture. Take out the mask, put it on your face, and let it moisturize your face for 15-20 minutes.

Step 5- Lock the Moisture in!

The most important step of this skincare routine is to moisturize your skin! For a DIY moisturizer, add 1 tbsp aloe vera gel, raw milk, and 1 Vitamin E capsule. Mix it well, and your skin hydrating natural moisturizer is ready to use! Massage it on your face for 3-4 minutes, and say hello to soft, smooth, and glowing skin!

Step 6- How can we forget the dark circles!

To lighten the dark circles, a gel-based eye cream will be highly effective Mix together 1 tbsp of almond oil, 1 Vitamin E capsule, and 1 tsp aloe vera gel. Apply it on under your eyes and bid goodbye to the dark lines and the fine lines.

Follow this easy skincare regime and get natural glowing and spotless skin! Remember, consistency is the key! You can’t achieve the ‘perfect’ skin overnight. You need to keep working on it! The results will keep you hooked and motivated!

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