Asian women, especially Korean and Japanese women, are known for their perfect and youthful appearance. To achieve perfect skin, they follow a special beauty routine that is passed on from generation to generation.
Asian women spend an hour on the beauty of their skin every day. This is their beauty ritual known as “Layering”. This practice involves using multiple face care products. Its principle is to superimpose layers of care that will purify, moisturize and nourish the skin. Once the skin is cleansed, apply a moisturizing lotion to tighten the pores, preferably with the palms of the hands.
The 7 stages of Layering
We first start by cleaning the skin with an oil to eliminate makeup and excess sebum. You can use jojoba oil or coconut oil. Then clean your skin with a foaming soap. Then, apply a lotion to remove this invisible residue that can generate small imperfections. It is recommended to use rose water, lavender or blueberry).
The fourth step of Layering is putting a serum on the skin to protect it. You can choose between dry oils or aloe gel. Make circular movements to get it into the skin. For the eye contour, Asian women uses the vegetable oil of prickly pear. Then put your night cream on your face and add a drop of Tea Tree essential oil. Finally, apply a very rich lip balm or shea butter on your lips.