In ancient Korean culture it was seen that outward beauty reflected a person's inner beauty, therefore having radiant skin showed you were truly beautiful.
Now, we know looks are no longer considered as one of your main defining qualities, but doesn’t it feel great when you do have a good skin day?
Over the years Korean beauty manufacturers have been researching and developing the best skin care products there is to offer.
We often dream of a long weekend or a day off work… however when we are told you MUST stay home it seems to have a worrying and less enjoyable feel.
Here are some ideas to make the most of being at home, use this time to get things done, to have some self-care and to learn how to enjoy your own company.
Korean beauty is already shaping up to be one of the hottest trends of 2020, and it’s a lot more than just a fad.
As Korean beauty is all about embracing simplicity and enhancing your natural beauty, it’s a sustainable trend that’s great for your wellbeing.
Hot water bottles are not just good for keeping you warm on a cold night: they can also be powerful pain-relief aids, helping you to get some respite from uncomfortable aches and pains.
We’ve pulled together some common questions about how to use hot water bottles to keep back pain at bay.
We love the wide range of Korean sheet masks that we’re able to offer to our customers, and we want to make sure that you can make the most of them.
This guide covers the most common questions, so that you can start using these products to pamper your skin.
On a cold winter’s night, there are few things as comforting as a hot water bottle warming up your bed and helping to keep you toasty. That’s not all they’re good for, either.
Lots of people find that hot water bottles can help relieve cramps and aches; they can even relieve discomfort during pregnancy.
Now, hot water bottles have been given an upgrade: you can buy long water bottles that help to spread the warmth across your whole body.