Skip-Care Is The Latest Korean Beauty Trend That Will Help Speed Up Your Daily Routine

Words by Gracie Stewart

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Skip-care is a new Korean beauty concept that embraces multi-functional products for a more streamlined approach to skincare.

Although our love of beauty imports knows no bounds, the truth is the 12-step Korean skincare routine got a little overwhelming. So much so that even Korean millennials have realised how hard it is to maintain that they’ve come up with a practical solution called “skip-care”.

The J.One Jelly Pack floods skin with precious moisture while creating a smooth base for makeup – firming, plumping and hydrating with one simple, fuss-free step,

According to Korean brand AmorePacific, “skip-care is a skincare method that allows you to identify the essential ingredients for your skin and avoid the use of unnecessary products for a simpler, yet proper, skincare routine.” In other words, it’s all about finding multi-functional products that cover all bases for a more streamlined approach to your skincare routine.

It might sound obvious, but with more and more skincare categories making their way into our daily application process, it makes sense to take a step back and re-evaluate what your skin actually needs. In the same way that digital detoxes are necessary to give our brains a break, a simpler skincare regime could be the solution to the rise of skin conditions such as rosacea, sensitivity and adult acne.

A mask, exfoliator and serum in one, Sunday Riley’s Good Genes uses glycolic acid to renew the skin’s surface as well as prickly pear extract to calm the complexion,

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