Here at CosNatural we always feel fascinated by all Korean skincare beauty trends and let us tell you that there are lots of them to keep up with. So we thought we should give an overview of at least one of them on our blog. The trend is called “7 skin method” and it’s all about the art of layering an essence toner. In Korean, the word “skin” also means toner so this trend is basically the same as “7 layers of toner method”. And not many things can get us more excited than layering our favourite skincare products to achieve dewy and plump complexion.
Sensitive skin can be very tricky to look after. Red rash on face, burning sensation or easily irritated skin make it extremely difficult to create an effective daily skincare routine. There are many reasons why skin can become sensitive or irritated, these range from allergy reaction to the environmental or sun damage. Many facial products simply won’t help and others can even worsen the skin condition.
We have put together a list of natural skincare products that will help to sooth sensitive and stressed skin as well as repair, protect and keep it well moisturised.
Chamomile is one of the best known healing herbs that has
been a key ingredient in medicine and topical skin treatments for centuries.
This common flower found growing the wild across Europe and Asia has
numerous health benefits and has been valued for its anti-inflammatory,
anti-bacterial and antiseptic properties, Chamomile essential oil is also rich
in antioxidants. Little wonder there is a strong appreciation of Chamomile skin
benefits when it comes to creating natural skin care.
Have you ever heard about the hot cloth cleansing method, are you
perhaps a fan but not sure which products in our online store might work
for you? We are sharing top tips for one of the most talked about
cleansing routines and what cleansers to use for the best results.
For somebody who is into using natural skin care products, adding pure
oils to their beauty routine could be a great idea. There are many
excellent and effective oils to target different skin concerns. There
has been a lot of buzz going on recently about Rosehip oil. So
what makes this oil stand out so much? Well, this natural beauty remedy
has been shown to improve some serious skin conditions and many people
swear by its performance.
To correctly determine your skin type is one of the most crucial steps
for setting up your perfect skin care routine. There are 5 main skin
types: oily, combination, normal, dry and sensitive. However, it is not
always easy to know your type, as skin conditions can vary depending on
various circumstances such as weather, change of seasons, pollution,
diet and stress levels.
Cold winter months are a challenging period for our skin and hair.
Thanks to the below zero temperatures and chilling winds many of us are
left with dry skin patches, cracked lips and frizzy hair. During this
period skin does not produce enough oil and while people with oily skin
types can breathe a sigh of relief, the owners of normal to dry skin
might need to take extra special care to look after their skin and hair.