A Thing or Two We Can Learn About Beauty Routines In Other Cultures

Americans can learn a lot from other cultures when it comes to beauty regimens. Although it’s a multi-billion dollar industry, there are basic things most Americans still don’t do as a daily routine. Just taking a look at cultures in Korea, France and India will correct a lot of mistakes that’s aging us faster day by day.

If you’re curious of international methods and routines to adapt, take a look at the following. These 6 beauty methods will help to expand your idea of beauty routines that are both healthy and effective.

Stay moisturized:

It may seem like a no brainer, but many Americans skip the moisturizer way too often. Some how this step is seen as an inconvenience instead of a natural part of getting ready. In a lot of places, more moisturizer is always best.

The dewier your skin is, the fresher and more luminous it looks. You should moisturize day and night. Also, stay hydrated with facial mists throughout the day. Consider humidifiers to avoid the effects of dry air. The philosophy to live by when it comes to hydration is this… there can never be too much.

Add more to your skin care routine:

For most Americans, they simply wash their face, dry off and slap on some moisturizer (maybe) and call it a day. Let skincare experts tell it, the American beauty routine focuses on what’s going on in the shower and not what’s happening afterwards. But in Korean culture, they have many more steps including…

  • Cleansing with oil
  • Cleansing with cleanser (double cleansing)
  • Exfoliating
  • Toning
  • Essence
  • Serum/Boosters/Ampoule
  • Mask
  • Eye Cream
  • Face Cream
  • SPF

READ MORE: 6 mistakes Americans make in their beauty routines

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