Natural Korean Skin Care- 3 DIY easy peasy face masks!

Is Korean Skin Care Taking Over? 

The term on everybody’s’ lips at the moment is- Korean skin care and we are totally loving it! Korean skin care has taken the world by storm because of it’s natural, organic and antioxidant rich ingredients. Also, Korean skin care seems like a total game changer because the Korean women look so flawless and way younger than their years, with the ever beaming skin, Korean skin care gives hope to women all over the globe.

It Starts Now

Ever seen a Korean with lots of wrinkles? Nope… and it’s all down to a fantastic diet and beauty regime which gives them that bright glow and tight blemish-free skin.

With this in mind, we have gathered 3 of the top DIY Korean face masks to eradicate those woeful wrinkles, bothersome blemishes, infuriating fine lines and pesky pimples with ingredients which are probably laying around your kitchen (minus the Kelp maybe!).

So sit back and enjoy this mad knowledge we’re about to throw your way about how you can get that skin you’ve always wanted and reclaim that inner…


Korean Skin Care


What you’ll need:
1 cup of green tea leaves
1 cup of milk powder
A little bit of tap water

How to do it:
Mix ingredients together adding a little water as you go to form a thick paste. Apply the mixture evenly (with a brush if possible) over the entire face and neck. Leave the mask on for 30 mins and it will gradually harden. Wash it with a water and dab your face dry with a cool damp towel.

What the benefits are:
Green tea: this gorgeous green stuff is packed with polyphenols which help neutralize free radicals, therefore, green tea actually delays signs of aging and holds off aging. 
Milk Powder: milk power is a bit of a beauty secret. Many people don’t know that milk and milk powder is so potent yet so gentle for the skin. It’s incredibly hydrating and is used for deep moisturization making skin glow. If used often, powdered milk can lessen dark spots caused by sun exposure.




What you’ll need:
3 sheets of dried Kelp (edible seaweed Koreans use often in cooking and beauty routines)
50 ml of milk
1 egg yolk
2 tablespoons of flour
1 tablespoon of olive oil

How to do it:
Soak the kelp in water for 10 minutes to make sure the sodium is removed from the kelp then drain off the water. The kelp should now be soft. Add the milk and the egg yolk to the kelp, mix together. Next, blend together the mixture in a blender till the pieces of kelp are in small bits (5mm). Add the flour to the mixture. If the mask is too runny add more flour and if’s too thick add more milk. Make sure the mixture is consistent so spreading it over the face and next is easy. Next, add the olive and stir it all up.

Before applying, wash your face with warm water for the pores to be nice and open so the skin soaks up the amazing vitamins you’re about to feed it. Apply the mixture evenly and leave it on for 20 minutes. The mask will harden and your face will feel very tight- lovely ! Wash off the mask with warm water and pat dry. Apply your usual moisturizer.

What the benefits are:
Kelp: Okay it might not sound very appealing to put on the skin but it seriously is one of the best things for it. It is rich in antioxidants, therefore, nourishing the skin, preventing aging and turning back the “skin clock”.
Milk: As we said in face mask 1, it’s a super moisturizer.
Flour: Flour, like milk, helps to naturally whiten the skin to make it bright and lessen dark spots caused by sun exposure.
Eggs: are full of protein making the skin tight and healthy. As the yolk consists of mainly of fat, it works as a powerful emollient to moisturize and provides healthy fats for the skin.
Olive Oil: is  packed with antioxidants and is a brilliant hydrator. Always cook with olive oil instead of butter to nourish your skin from the inside too.


Korean Skin Care


What you’ll need:
1 0range (you’ll only need the peel, you can eat the rest for added goodness!)
1 tablespoon of honey

How to do it:
Grate your orange peel onto a place (2 tablespoons is enough) then add one tablespoon of honey. Mix it all up to form a sweet and tangy paste. Evenly spread the mask over your face and neck (if you like). It will smell amazing and is one of the most natural and fresh exfoliators you can find.

Leave the mask on for 10 minutes. After, gently exfoliate the face in circular motions letting the skin absorb that Vitamin C and the mixture will wipe away those dead skin cells. Wash off the mask after 1 minute of exfoliation and then pat your face dry with a clean towel.

What the benefits are:
Orange: the delicious fruit is overflowing with vitamin C an antioxidant which neutralizes free radicals (what make you age). It also brightens and tightens the skin making your skin look like a Korean beauty. It’s also a miracle acne and blemish cure.
Honey: this sweet stuff has many benefits such as anti-inflammatory properties, antioxidant properties, and anti-blemish properties. What more could you want?

Repeat your favorite mask a few times a week or you can alternate between them. Keeping it up is key.


Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below or send us your Korean skin care DIY mask before and after pics to give us some skinspiration!


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