02 Mar '15, 1am

My 10-Step Skincare Routine

I haven't had problem with my skin since i started on my new Skincare Routine. Some days i do get lazy but most days, i'm quite disciplined as i saw great results! Why so many steps? Well, it used to be just 3-4 steps for me and occasionally i would break out here and there. I have always loved the Korean and Japanese skin and always wondered "WHY IS THEIR SKIN SOOOOOO FLAWLESS?" Must be their food, must be their weather, must be their genes! Yeah, it may be true but also, THEIR SKIN CARE ROUTINE PLAYS A BIG PART. I heard that it is around 10-12 steps! So...I decided to give it a try and add more products to my skincare routine.

Full article: http://ohsofickle.blogspot.com/2015/03/my-10-step-skincar...

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