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  1. K-Beauty Skincare Ingredient Guide Part 5: N-Z

    Welcome to the final installment of the skincare ingredient guide!
  2. Korean Skincare Ingredient Guide Part 4: J-M

    We are creating a skin care guide series! This is the fourth part of the series, to keep it simple and easy to navigate, it will be in alphabetical order.
  3. 7 Summer Skincare Must-Haves for Glowing Skin

    These summer skincare must-haves will keep your skin healthy and beautiful.
  4. Skincare Ingredient Guide Part 3: G-I

    Welcome to the third installment of the Skincare Guide Series. In this glossary section (G-I) we will introduce some of the best skincare ingredients.
  5. Simple Skincare Ingredient Guide Part 2: C-F

    So, we are creating a skincare ingredient guide series! Also, this is the second part of the series, to keep it simple and easy to navigate it will be in alphabetical order.
  6. Rice Powder and Rice Water Skincare Benefits

    Rice Series by 9 wishes – 100% Korean Rice and natural based. Rice is the new rage in skincare. Rice powder, extract, oil, and water have extraordinary skincare benefits. It is known to soothe and tone your skin, and even improve different skin conditions. This ingredient is a year-round game changer for dry and oily skin.
  7. Snail Mucin: Korean Skincare Ingredient Spotlight

    Byrdie explains it perfectly, “Simply put, it’s the excretion from a snail, which is why it’s also known and appears on ingredient labels as snail secretion filtrate, or SSF. Snail mucin is naturally created and used by snails as way for them to protect themselves, says Desai-Solomon.
  8. The basic of basic! Correct Toner Usage.

    Due to Covid-19, in 2021, the era of not being able to go out without face masks has come, and people are becoming more interested in skincare products due to skin troubles. This is when the interest in the “toner” phase, which can help with skin trouble. Depending on how you apply toner, your skin may get better!
  9. When and How to Use Hand Sanitizer

    Hand hygiene for infection prevention is a crucial component of the United States’ response to the global pandemic of COVID-19. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Hand washing mechanically removes pathogens, while laboratory data demonstrate that 60% ethanol and 70% isopropanol, the active ingredients in CDC-recommended alcohol-based hand sanitizers, inactivates viruses that are genetically related to, and with similar physical properties as, the 2019-nCoV.”
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