It’s a veritable menagerie of ingredients out there, each designed to do incredible things for your skin. From snail slime to horse oil, take a walk on the wild side with these unique K-beauty ingredients.
Five years ago, if you were to tell me that people would be putting snail slime on their faces, I would have assured you that they all probably lost a pretty bad bet. But these days, I hardly bat an eye as I take a snail sheet mask from the beauty aisle and place it in my basket.
And snails aren’t the only unusual things that have slithered their way into popular beauty products. Many Korean beauty products focus on natural — albeit occasionally bizarre — ingredients that yield stunning results. Just check out these unique K-beauty ingredients that are actually quite amazing for your complexion.
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It’s the first day of spring, and we all know what that means: spring cleaning! Let’s start by upgrading our spring skincare routine to get a head start on a glowing complexion. We show you how.
The grass is getting greener. The trees are blooming. The birds are chirping. Slowly but surely, those heavy winter sweaters and coats are being nudged towards the back of the closet. SPRING IS HERE!
I don’t know about you, but there is something about the arrival of spring that makes me want to do a complete overhaul of my life. I want to clean the closets, deep clean the apartment, get rid of things I don’t need anymore, and of course, upgrade my skincare routine.
Want to know more about how to spring forward to a spring skincare routine? Well, you’re in the right place!
That may be an audacious statement, but contributing editor Coco Park backs it up with years of makeup artist experience (and a sliiight beauty obsession). Here, she does a damn good job of making us want to *add to cart* the top Clio products in store.
I've heard people try to market brands as the "X of Korea," and it's always way, sometimes embarrassingly, off the mark. It reminds me of a funny scene from The Simpsons:
Marge Simpson: "Sweetie, you can still go to McGill, the Harvard of Canada!”
Lisa Simpson: "Anything that’s the something of the something, isn’t really the anything of anything.”
As painfully accurate as that is, I can't help but go on record saying that, actually, Clio is like the MAC of Korea.
Bold statement, I know. But let me finish.
Clio, the mama brand of Peripera and Goodal,...