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Summer skin care tips for down there

3 Ways K-Beauty Can Tackle Skin Care “Down There”

Bathing suit season brings up some skin care concerns that might not appear on your face. Aside from your complexion, there are other skin-surface areas of your body that can benefit from some routine TLC. Your backside and bikini line are two of those often-ignored areas – until irritation, bump...
The Top 3 Things You Need to Know About Apricot Kernel Oil

The Top 3 Things You Need to Know About Apricot Kernel Oil

Apricots may be in-season during the summer months, but the skin-caring benefits of Apricot Kernel Oil can be enjoyed all year round! Scientifically named Prunus Armeniaca, Apricot Kernel Oil’s skin care resumé dates back centuries across the globe, including Armenia, Rome, India, and China. This...
4 Ways K-Beauty Repairs & Protects Your Skin Barrier & Why

4 Ways K-Beauty Repairs & Protects Your Skin Barrier & Why

Treating fine lines, sagging, hyperpigmentation, and acne are obvious skin care goals, but many people don’t realize the importance of giving your skin’s natural barrier daily attention. The skin’s top layers are the absolute first line of defense against the sun, weather, pollution, irritants, h...
Our Guide to K-Beauty’s 10-Step Skin Care Routine

Our Guide to K-Beauty’s 10-Step Skin Care Routine

With the world-famous Korean 10-step skin care ritual, a timeless beauty practice coveted for its numerous benefits and dewy, “glass skin” results, anyone can take their skin care routine to the next level. Whether you want to follow all 10 steps or just select the steps that work for you, your K...
Top Rules for “Skin-vestments”

Top Rules for “Skin-vestments”

We’re excited to introduce you to Kelly Horton-Beemana leading pigment specialist and licensed esthetician, and the founder of San Diego’s FACES SkinGym. Since people are starting to visit their estheticians on a more regular basis post-pandemic, it’s the perfect time for Kelly to walk us through the “do’s and don’ts” of pre- and post-treatment protocols – so we can all get the most out of our “skin-vestments!”