107 products exude simple luxury with quality ingredients and incorporating them into any skincare routine is easy. For my normal-dry skin, I’ve found that using the Dewy Glow Serum Mist and the Everyday Plump Hydro Cream together is the perfect combination for daily use. Here’s why.
Cleansing and Toning
The Dewy Glow Serum Mist is as wonderful as it sounds- a liquid serum in mist form. The formula is an anti-aging powerhouse of naturally fermented Korean Hanega vinegar combined with traditional herbs. The vinegar is carefully aged for 5-7 years for the optimum benefits of fermentation. Fermentation results in increased absorption of ingredients into the skin and boosts the level of antioxidants for antiaging purposes. As I head towards my thirties, I find myself drawn to easy-to-incorporate antiaging products. The Dewy Glow mist form makes it very quick and easy to spritz the face after toning (or straight after cleansing if you prefer) and then pat into the skin. I find the formula soothing on the skin and it immediately plumps and rejuvenates. There’s a dewiness that leaves the skin with a subtle glow.
Applying the Everyday Plump Hydro Cream over the Dewy Glow Mist pushes my skincare routine to the next level. This layering makes the cream absorption process quicker and my skin feels softer and more plumped. The bouncy cream consistency is soft and light and applies to the skin beautifully- it almost melts away into a gel upon contact with my face. The mist and the cream complement each other and while the Everyday Plump formula fully nourishes and soothes my skin, it sinks into my skin with no greasy residue.
The Everyday Plump is also formulated with fermented Hanega vinegar and the combination of the Dewy Glow and Everyday Plump really helps target and prevent the signs of premature ageing while encouraging a healthy, firmed complexion. Another bonus? These two skincare stars can very comfortably be used in both a morning and evening routine! Neither are too rich for daytime use nor too light for the nourishment I need in an evening routine- not many products I’ve tried are able to achieve the delicate balance of inner and outer wellness. The Dewy Glow Serum Mist and Everyday Plump Hydro Cream always have a firm place in my skincare wardrobe.
Katherine Spowart found her love for K-Beauty while she resided in Seoul for many years and continues to review them on her Instagram @skinfullofseoul.
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