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Nail that K-beauty Glow

Glass skin is considered to be an enviable standard of beauty for most Koreans. It refers to skin that’s crystal clear, poreless, supple and radiant. While soft matte skin used to be all the rage, everyone today wants to attain a naturally glowy, dewy complexion that boasts of youth and health. The goal is to keep your skin as hydrated as possible so it looks luminously lit from within. From aesthetic treatments like hyaluronic acid fillers to packing on layers of light moisture and regular exfoliation—uncover the secrets to glass skin below.

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Son Ye-Jin with radiant glass skin on the red carpet.

#1 Hydrate Skin from Within with Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

When injected superficially under the skin, hyaluronic acid fillers help to restore the moisture in your skin by hydrating it from within. Hyaluronic acid has the unique ability of holding up to 1000 times its weight in water and works as a moisture magnet in skin to give your complexion a plump and radiant appearance. As a bonus, any fine lines and wrinkles can also be filled to make your skin look smoother overall.

#2 Hydrate and Exfoliate Skin with The Right Skincare

Consider adding a hyaluronic acid product to your skincare routine. Applied topically, hyaluronic acid pulls moisture from the air to keep your skin moist. Couple it with the aforementioned hyaluronic acid filler treatment to reap the dewiest benefits. Level up your hydration game by combining hyaluronic acid with ceramides. While hyaluronic acid works as a humectant, ceramides form a protective barrier on skin to limit moisture loss. Aside from hyaluronic acid and ceramides, invest in a good vitamin C serum and apply it daily. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps your skin deal with environmental stressors, brighten skin and lighten dark spots or hyperpigmentation. Additionally, Vitamin C boosts your sunscreen’s effectiveness when applied every morning. Last but not least, reach for a physical (gentle scrub) or chemical (alpha or beta hydroxy acid) exfoliant to remove any dead skin cells on the surface of your skin that is dulling your radiance.

#3 Glow Up with Makeup

Still working on your skincare game? No worries, you can get the look with makeup. Here’s how. First up, use a pearlescent primer as your base before applying foundation. It’ll help fill in pores, visibly improve the appearance of any fine lines or wrinkles, making your skin look brighter and smoother. Step two, reach for a CC cream and apply it only on areas of the face that require coverage for a more natural look. Lighter than a BB cream, CC Cream functions as a colour corrector, evening out the complexion and hiding any redness. Cover any blemishes and imperfections that show through with a concealer. Last but not least, add light and dewiness to the high points of your face—cheekbones, nose bridge, philtrum—with a highlighter.

Of course, other than aesthetic treatments, skincare and makeup you’ll want to make sure your water intake is sufficient. Your skin is your largest organ, take care of it. Drinking at least eight glasses of water a day will reportedly help your body and skin better get rid of toxins. Other good to have lifestyle factors like getting sufficient sleep every night, reducing your intake of processed and sugary food as well as keeping to a regular exercise routine will also help keep your skin glowy and healthy. If you’re looking to get a hyaluronic acid filler treatment which gives you a long-lasting glow, consider consulting our trusted panel doctors today!

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