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Do (Korean) Face Masks Really Work?

Millions of people, in all shapes and sizes, are undeniably hooked by the popularity and hipness of K-Pop Culture.

From the artists and actors portraying different roles in rising Korean Dramas, hip music where people can dance and have fun with, to foods and drinks introduced to us and sold even in foreign and local shops, South Korea and its perks had made their way to the hearts of many people all around the world. One of the most interesting and notable things in their culture is the Korean skincare routine and regimens that Korean stars or the general Korean population use.

Many people believe that using Korean products will help one achieve the gorgeous and clear skin that they wanted to have.

This is why Korean cosmetics and beauty products are in demand and are used by many people in the world. One of such products that they are fond of using is Korean Face Masks.

In reports, almost 258 million US dollars worth of Korean face masks were sold in 2018 and it was said to have increased even more because of the awareness that these products actually help to slow down or even prevent skin aging as well as giving your skin the hydration and moisture that it needs to be healthy and glowing.

Many different artists and celebrities use Korean Face masks to help them achieve their good looks. The Various Categories of Korean Face Masks Though very popular, there are a variety of Face Masks that you can choose from.

This is somehow determined by your skin type and performance.

  • Cotton: these are the most used and popular kinds of face masks. It is made up of microfibers that allow its serum to absorb the pollution and dirt that is present in the skin. Though effective and usable, the disposable of such face masks and their pouches are the major concern that environmentalists are well aware of.
  • Bio-Cellulose: These masks are said to have better performance than cotton masks. They are made to firmly adhere to the skin making the ingredients not evaporate immediately.
  • Hydrogel: Masks infused with hyaluronic acid can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, lines, and skin breakouts. However, these are more expensive than other face masks.

How Do They Work?

Having infused with active ingredients that could help in developing and refreshing your face, a Korean face mask locks these ingredients so that your skin may be able to absorb and be penetrated by the good chemicals that could help in moisturizing it.

It creates a barrier for your skin to be protected from the air that could evaporate the active ingredients.

Another good thing that these Korean Face Masks do is that they help in keeping your skin wet or moisturized, preventing dryness and cracking in any way possible that could break your skin or make it oily.

Helping your skin to have the glow and softness that every person desires to have, Korean Face Masks is the number one product that every person of different generations wants to use and have.