6 Korean Beauty Hacks to Have Great Looking Skin


In this blog post, we will be reviewing 6 Korean Beauty Hacks to have great-looking skin. If you’re looking for a way to improve your complexion and overall look without spending too much money, then these tips are just what you need! We hope that you find the information helpful and please let us know if there is anything else that we can do for you!

CC Creams with SPF

CC creams are a new trend in Korea, and I’m sure you have seen them all over the news. They look similar to BB Creams except they offer more coverage while keeping your skin hydrated throughout the day. One of our favorite CC creams is from Holika Holika which offers sun protection with its SPF 50+ formula! It also has great anti-aging properties that fight against wrinkles and fine lines. In addition to this, it comes in five different colors for any skin tone! If you want smooth-looking skin without sacrificing color then definitely try out one of these cc cream products from Korean brands such as Etude House or Innisfree.

Wash Your Face Every Day

It’s important to wash your face every day and not just twice a day. If you don’t, dirt and oil can accumulate on the surface of pores that will block them from releasing toxins. This is why washing daily with a cleanser will help to prevent blackheads, breakouts, and other skin problems.

Wash your face with warm water while applying a mild-formulated cleanser for about one minute before rinsing off thoroughly. If you have sensitive or dry skin, use the softest cloth available that does not irritate your complexion further.

Don’t rub too hard when washing as this can irritate the surface of pores which in turn makes them look redder than they are supposed to be instead of smaller sized naturally! Also, avoid using facial scrubs made from scratchy materials like nutshells because this may make acne worse by irritating already inflamed spots underneath the skin’s surface (Mandal).

Don’t Forget To Remove Your Makeup

This is probably the most important beauty hack to have great-looking skin. Makeup can clog your pores and cause acne, however, it’s also really bad for your skin if you don’t remove it properly. If you let makeup sit on your face all night without taking it off, bacteria will grow which causes breakouts (like those dreaded pimples). You should always cleanse away any last traces of makeup before going to bed at night.

Avoid using makeup wipes that contain chemicals, as they are likely to irritate your skin. Instead, opt for a cleansing oil or micellar water if you want something lightweight and gentle on your skin. If you love wearing heavy-duty full coverage foundation every day then it’s best to double cleanse at night using an oil cleanser first before following up with a cream-based cleanser to remove any residue left by the initial wash. This is because an oil base can break down oils whereas creams cannot effectively dissolve them which causes the product to build up in the pores over time leading to acne and blemishes! If you have sensitive skin, however, just stick with one step of cleansing instead of two each night – simple as that!

Exfoliate Once a Week

Exfoliation is beneficial for your skin because it removes dead cells from the surface of your skin. It also helps to minimize pores and prevent acne breakouts, so be sure you exfoliate once or twice per week. But watch out! Excessive scrubbing can irritate sensitive skin types which cause more harm than good—you should never exfoliate every day as that will lead to broken capillaries. To avoid this, use an acid-based product instead of harsh scrubs when you are using acidic cleaners daily. Thereafter, if you do want to limit oiliness in the T-zone area by scrubbing away flaked dry skin with abrasive particles contained in most commercial products, try to minimize scrubbing on that delicate area and focus instead on the cheeks, which can withstand this daily treatment.

Use exfoliating gloves or a dry brush for deep cleansing before you take your shower. Dry brushing is an excellent way to slough away dead skin cells so it’s great if you have flaky patches of skin around mouth corners or nose bridge areas. And as mentioned above, rub them in circular motions following the direction from the bottom-up along with gentle strokes lifting upwards towards your heart center—this will help promote good circulation while softening those stubborn cellulite dimples!

Overnight Face Masks

Overnight face masks are an incredibly easy and economical way to get great skin. As the name suggests, overnight face mask recipes require that you sleep in them. This means that there is no need for any other facial treatment step except washing your hands and applying a moisturizer – which can be done right before bedtime as well! Overnight face masks should always be applied after toner but before light-weight oil or serum-based products designed to provide hydration before makeup application (if needed). While many people use their DIY concoctions as mentioned above, there are also plenty of overnight face masks available in store. The key to making them work best is using the right moisturizer – choose one that is rich and nourishing but not too heavy or greasy; silicone-based products, like Pore Minimizing Hydrator by Julep, for example, create a protective barrier between your skin and product which produce no oil so it won’t be necessary to wash off anything sticky after removing the mask in case you fall asleep without washing your hands first!


Serums are highly concentrated products that are applied to the skin after toner and before moisturizer. They’re typically formulated with a high concentration of active ingredients, so they absorb quickly into the skin without leaving it greasy or sticky.

Argan Oil hydrates and softens skin, it’s a popular ingredient in serums.  It also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while providing antioxidant protection from free radicals that can damage cells. Jojoba is another popular carrier for these formulations because it mimics sebum (oil) to moisturize without leaving an oily residue on the face or clogging pores. Also known as shark liver oil, Squalane is derived from olives rather than sharks! This emollient helps soften roughness, plump up dry facial areas, reduce redness caused by inflammation—and even combat acne. Olive oil is an emollient that helps smooth roughness and reduce dry, flaky patches on the skin. It also offers anti-inflammatory benefits to calm redness caused by irritation or other factors. Tamanu has been used for centuries in Polynesia as a topical treatment for wounds, sores, cuts, bruises, and general scarring—impressively speeding up the healing process while reducing pain and swelling over time. The unique fatty acid profile found in tamanu makes it one of nature’s best moisturizers, nourishing dry skin without clogging pores (making it great even for those with oily skin).

While many people are envious of the flawless skin, long-lasting makeup looks, and perfect body types that Korean celebrities have, not everyone knows that they have to do a lot of work for this. This includes using special beauty products and a strict skincare routine. We hope this article helped you learn about some Korean beauty hacks that will help you have great-looking skin.

Written by Megan Taylor
Megan is a beauty expert who is passionate about all things makeup and glam! Her love for makeup has brought her to become a beauty pro at Glamour Garden Cosmetics.