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Admittingly we as American women have always admired and yes even envied the beauty of Asian women. But like me, we thought that was unattainable since there just seems to be a real natural beauty that American women just don’t seem to have. But the key is American women just need to rethink their skincare routine in order to get those amazing results.
Frey has a unique way of explaining the Korean skincare secrets. She breaks each step down into an easy-to-read and understand format that makes it so easy to follow. What is so great is it is only ten steps so it is not hard to do that even someone new to wearing makeup can follow. Outstandingly, in my favorite part, she explains how to pre-cleanse our faces to remove makeup and daily grime without causing wrinkles. Continuing on we learn what steps we should do at night such as pre-cleansing and exfoliating. We learn what steps to do in the morning such as cleansing as well as other skincare tips like toner and moisturizing. I loved the precise guidance and the step-by-step directions to attain awesome results.
So women throw away those washcloths and harsh American regimes and have that Asian beauty the Frey way!!
It's good but it would be better if it included picture examples of some products without necessarily endorsing any one product. For the uninitiated, it could be daunting to wade through what the products look like and brands are available. Iam familiar with Innis Free, Etude House, Missha, Mizon and those are just a few.
Nothing new here. I was hoping for a more into depth analysis with research and brand recommendations. Also there are some assumptions about Western Skincare that are outdated, eg many Western companies now make oil cleansers