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5. Moisturizer

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*Last update on 22/05/2021

Forms a barrier, locks in moisture and nutritients

Once you get all the nutrients on and into the skin layers, you don't want them to evaporate into the air. That's why you should seal it with a firmer product so that the layers before it are better absorbed to do their job.

Not only do moisturizers seal in the previous products, they also moisturize your skin. In addition, they form a barrier against pollutants, making it more difficult for these fine particles to get into the pores.

Moisturizers come in many types of textures. Choose a type according to your skin type and/or needs for each season.


Face oils

[massage a few drops on face as a moisturizer, or mix a few drops in other skin care products such as serum, lotion or cream to make it more occlusive] 

A facial oil can be added to the routine depending on the season for anyone who needs an extra boost or wants smoother, softer and more elastic skin with a natural glow. Great for the colder periods and/or for dry, dehydrated and flaky skin.


9. EMULSIE - light

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(oily, acne-prone, summer)

A light moisturizer, usually water-based, sometimes misplaced as a member of the essence / serum / ampoule family. People with combination skin or oily skin often choose this type because it is a bit lighter in texture but still provides enough hydration. - If you have dehydrated skin, you can first apply an emulsion to the skin before a lotion or cream.

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9. GEL - light

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(normal, combi, dry, spring, summer, autumn, winter)

Often contain humectants such as silicone (dimethicone) or glycerin. Gel type is usually lighter than creams but also some emulsions. Loved by some for its light and fresh texture, it is ideal for summer periods and oily, acne-prone skin types. Thanks to its light texture, it helps to reduce clogged pores. 

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9. LOTION - light/medium

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(oily, combi, normal, acne-prone, spring, summer, autumn)

It’s heavier than emulsion and lighter than creams. In Korea this is a also called hydrating toner. you can see it as a toner without the pH-balancing effect and more focus on hydration. Most lotions are suitable for all skin types.

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9. GEL-CREAM - medium

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(normal, combination, oily, dry, acne-prone, spring, summer, autumn, winter)

Gel creams are often somewhat firmer than lotion types and have the light and refreshing characteristic of gel types. Since gel creams contain more oils and emollients than gel types, they will also feel firmer on the skin. It is suitable for all skin types throughout the year and ideal for those with sensitive skin that needs a good moisture barrier.

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9. CREAM - heavier

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(normal, combi, dry, spring, summer, autumn, winter)

Creams are often thicker as they contain more oils, therefore a cream will also bring more oil to the skin barrier and is therefore ideal for those with dry / dehydrated skin. It is also excellent to use during the colder days in autumn and winter.

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Humectants [attracts water]

Draws water from nearby sources (such as H2O particles in the air).

Common ingredients
AHA, Aloe Vera, Glycerin, Honey, Hyaluronic Acid, Soluble Collagen, Urea, Sugars, Amino Acids

Emollients [smoothening]

To fill the cracks, smooth out the textures. Thinner/lighter consistency than occlusives, thus easier to spread.

Common ingredients 
Plant-based oils, Animal-based oils, Butters

Occlusives [moisturizing]

To keep / lock the water, prevents water from leaving. Too many occlusives can cause acne by clogging your pores.

Common ingredients
Petroleum Jelly, Mineral Oils, Beeswax, Olive Oil, Silicones, Lanolin, Zinc Oxide 


Also see:
Facts, myths: Oily skin, no moisturizer
How much should I use?
Applications and handlings 
Sequence and waiting times: exception facial oil


Skin improvement is being patient! It is important to give a new skin care routine/product a trial period of at least 1 month since your skin will renew its cells each 28 days. In case you notice (a small) dfference, please try another 2-3 months.



1. Oil-based cleanser
2. Water based cleanser
3. Exfoliator
1. Cleansing
To remove makeup, sunscreen, dirt, blackheads and dead skin cells.

4. Toner 2. Preparing
Balances pH-level, triple cleanses leftover dirt + face wash, hydrates + prepares your skin for the steps to follow.

5. Eye serum / cream 3. Eye care
Thinner than regular face creams, to target gentle areas around your eyes, reduces dark circles and wrinkles.

6. Essence
7. SerumAmpoule
8. Sheet mask
4. Treatment / Boost
High concentration products to target & treat different concerns such as acne, dehydration, dull, pigmentation, fine lines, etc.

9. Moisturizer 5. Moisturizing
To seal in all the good stuff that you have just put on your face.

10. SPFspot treatmentsleeping mask 6. Special care

- day
- night
DAY - sun protection: Most effective step in the morning since it helps your skin to defense against all the harms from the sun 

NIGHT - spot treatment + sleeping packs: The cells in your body repairs themselves at night during your sleep, hence makes this the best moment to see maximum benefit of your (hydrating) products.


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