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 Skincare. The 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...Read More
Do you make sure you clean your skincare and cosmetics out regularly? Do you pay attention to the expiry dates? Are they actually legitimate dates or can we extend some of them? These are all really interesting questions. Especially since there have been trends towards more organic and cruelty free products. There are also products with short shelf lives called skin food. Products made from ingredients you can actually eat.Read More
A lot of travel skincare guides just outline some great products that you need to take with you. One thing a lot of sites agree on is that less is more. Well that sort of goes for packing in general right. You want to pack your bags with tops, skirts and dresses that you can pair together in lots of ways to maximise your outfit possibilities from the least amount of clothes. You need to streamline your skincare routine and only take the things with you that are absolutely necessary. I totally agree with that. It's just that people with allergies and sensitive skin need a few more things that aren't really discussed.Read More
Korean Skincare is a bit of a viral trend at the moment. Myer has a special section dedicated to it in their Sydney, CBD store and there is even a shop under Myer called BONIIK where you can buy lots of Korean skincare brands. Korean products are super hydrating and mostly fragrance free and people like me (with sensitive skin) love them. The sheet masks that come out of Korea are quite amazing and lots of western brands are trying to piggy back on the trend and release new and interesting things. The korean skincare routine is 10 steps long! But do you need all those product? Read on for my opinion on the subject...