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How to Achieve Glass Skin

How to Achieve Glass Skin My ultimate aesthetic goal is to achieve a "glass skin" appearance.

If you haven't heard of "glass skin," it refers to the idea of having skin that is so radiant, translucent, and dewy that it appears to be made of glass.

It's all about having clear, poreless, and bright skin in this look.

While you won't be able to accomplish this appearance overnight, there are certain key steps you may take to get there.

These are the items I use the most to get this look, as well as the best method to incorporate them into your daily regimen.


‌‌‌‌‌‌Moisture Pads

Moisture Pads This is the most crucial item and step in the entire procedure.

When I use the Cosrx Moisture Up Pad, I see the biggest difference in my general skin texture and complexion.

You may also use toner on cotton pads to replace this step, but I prefer these pads since they provide adequate hydration while gently removing any debris and dirt.

Even if you cleanse your face twice the night before and again in the morning, it is frequently insufficient to produce the perfect canvas for your skin and makeup regimen. These pads come into play at this point. Propolis extract, one of my favorite substances, is used to deeply moisturize your skin. It will leave your skin feeling dewy and soft after just one use, and it may easily replace your toner step.


‌‌‌‌‌‌Exfoliating Toner

‌‌‌‌‌‌Exfoliating Toner When you want to achieve a glass skin appearance, exfoliating is a must-do step in your skincare program. When your skin is clogged with dirt and contaminants, how can you get a transparent appearance? To remove dead skin cells, apply an exfoliating toner 2-3 times each week.

Exfoliating toners are preferable to exfoliating scrubs since they cause less damage to your skin's barrier. Pixi Beauty, Skintreats, Glow Tonic, Exfoliating Toner, For All Skin Types is one of my favorites - I've been using it for years and it does a fantastic job of producing that "glow."

I usually use this at night because it contains AHAs, which might make your skin more sensitive to the sun.

It's soaked into a cotton pad, which I gently sweep over my skin. The Cosrx Moisture Up Pads are ideal for the morning, while this is a terrific option for the evening.


PrescriptSkin, Glycolic Acid Peel 5% Peels, such as the PrescriptSkin, Glycolic Acid Peel 5%, are another wonderful way to exfoliate. It also contains vitamins A, C, and E, in addition to AHAs, for added skin benefits.

This mild exfoliating treatment improves the appearance of skin texture and clarity for a youthful-looking complexion.

Great for a start with glycolic acid, since it’s dangerous to start with high percentage and can cause skin burns and damage.

I felt a slight tingling while it’s on, and a few min after.

Very important to read about it before and use a serum that will keep the skin moisturized and sunblock when going outside during the day.


‌‌‌‌‌‌Serum

It's time to apply a serum after using the toner pads.

A serum, as I always say, can make or break a skincare regimen.

It's critical to pick one that caters to certain skincare requirements like calming, moisturizing, or brightening.

Because the heat causes my skin to become more red in the summer, I use soothing serums.



I'm From, Honey Serum When my skin is drier in the winter, I like something a little heavier and more moisturizing, and I've been using the I'm From Honey Serum recently.

It has a subtle honey-like sticky viscosity that absorbs quickly into the skin.

I prefer to use this one to highlight my cheekbones because it gives me a more defined look, especially after applying makeup.

They both contribute to the creation of a wonderful translucent base.

I'm from Honey Serum contains Honey Glow Queen that is the essential proprietary ingredient.

It improves sensitive skin and makes tired skin glowing to look healthy. Give the radiance that resembles flaps of wings of graceful queen bee to your skin with honey serum that works best when skin looks tired.


‌‌‌‌‌‌BB Cream and Moisturizers

One of the hallmarks of glass skin is the "no-makeup makeup" look, so limiting your makeup base to a bare minimum is the way to go.

BB creams are a favorite of mine because they provide SPF protection, coverage, and some skincare advantages. They're fantastic for producing a dewy base without feeling like you're wearing foundation. I add one droplet of oil to my BB cream for a more dewy finish. This is especially beneficial for persons with dry skin, since it provides more hydration.

One of my favorite combinations is using the Missha M Perfect Cover BB Cream and the Nourishing Face Oil.


It's vital to remember that this effect is achieved by applying light layers of product to your skin, so apply a light layer of product with each step, and if that isn't enough, add another light layer. This is particularly true for the serum and makeup procedures. It will keep your finished look from seeming too thick and cakey, and it will keep your skin from pilling. Let's get started on achieving the ultimate glow!

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