Glass Skin; The Latest Korean Beauty Trend. It is Achievable?

Set to Glow is all about being honest and only promoting things that actually work. My Instagram followers really love my honest reviews. Just recently I wrote about the Korean Skincare products I know and love in Dr Jart+ and Korean SkincareThe post was mainly about the 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine and what products you can use to achieve it. A normal routine in a western country involves a cleanser, exfoliator, hydrating serum, moisturiser and sunscreen. We're not really big on toners. You can see this if you search on google trends in Australia for example. Korean skincare focuses on one issue per step. It's a different approach; however most of the people that commented on my post said they don't really need so many steps and find using too many products annoying. Although; like me, lots of people had favourite Korean products...

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Chemical Exfoliants: AHA vs BHA

Do you use a chemical exfoliant? Skip the scrubs. AHAs and BHAs are by far the best way to go. They help to reduce the appearance of lines & wrinkles, help to hydrate the skin and are known to treat acne. Manual exfoliation is dead; use an exfoliating acid as it is the key to more youthful, glowing skin. Read on to find out more!

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The Face Mask Trend: Do You Need to Multi-Mask?

So Instagram has been all buzz about Korean sheet masks and now many companies around the world have started to bring out their own in response to the craze. Another fad is the multi-masking trend which I am totally dubious about myself. Do you seriously need to do this? I attempt to find out a little about sheet masks and multi-masking and I might even try a crazy trend... 

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Interesting Perfume Formats: Options for Sensitive
Skins and Noses

We all know that fragrances (natural or synthetic) are irritating to all skin types; however a lot of skincare products contain them. Since this is the case, quite a lot of people don't really believe they are a problem. How can something which appears in a lot of ingredients lists be an issue for me? The theory behind this is that most fragrance ingredients impart scent is through a volatile reaction. This is a natural reaction and it almost always causes a sensitizing reaction on skin. What is most important here is that this is true for all skin types, not just those with sensitive or redness-prone skin.

Because our physiologies are so complex it is impossible to say that any one perfume can be worn by people with sensitive or easily irritated skin. This is a complex issue.

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