Korean skin care routine for oily combination skin, acne, pores. Only skin care products from Korea | Korean skin care K-beauty Europe

Korean skin care routine combination skin, 100% skin care products from Korea.

So I met my sister yesterday and guess if she was happy about my K-beauty surprice. This is her new complete Korean skin care routine, only using skin care from Korea!

My sister already got rid of her pimples and acne with the help of two Korean skincare products Missha Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence and OST Vitamin C20 Serum. But now she goes all in using Korean skin care only!

Look, these are the products in my gift! I’ve tried to help my sister find korean skin care products suitable for her skin type. She has typical young combination skin. Oily in the T-zone but dry on the cheeks, enlarged pores and blackheads on the cheeks and nose. All of these skin care products are bestsellers, and very popular products in Korea. I have been browsing through the top best products, and this is what I came up with! I’m so curious about what she will say about Etude House Wonder Pore Freshner 10 in 1 och Mizon All In One Snail Repair Cream. Imagine I have my sister using snail cream!

My sister’s new Korean skin care routine

All products below are suitable for combination to oily skin. They are easily absorbed by the skin but at the same time moisturizing. Learn more about all these korean products by clicking the links to my previous reviews.

  1. Banila co Clean It Zero
  2. Missha Super Aqua Refreshing Cleansing Foam
  3. Etude House Wonder Pore Freshner 10 in 1
  4. Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask (once a week)
  5. Holika Holika Pig Nose Clear Blackhead 3-Step Kit (once a month)
  6. Missha Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence
  7. Innisfree The Green Tea Seed Serum (day)
  8. OST Vitamin C20 Serum (night)
  9. Tonymoly I’m Real Mask Sheet every other week
  10. Mizon All In One Snail Repair Cream

Imagine I got my sister to try snail cream from Korea. Crazy huh. Have a great Friday everyone!

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10 thoughts on “Korean skin care routine combination skin, 100% skin care products from Korea.”

  1. Hello! I’m in my twenties, live in Scandinavia and have similar skin as your sister. I have more acne pih than her, I think… Anyways, I would be greatful to know a more detailed version of her skincare routine!

    So does she use the products without (…) after them every day and night?

    I really hope you can answer! Tack!

  2. Hi Pnoons,
    The main game changing products for healing her acne as been Missha The First Treatment Essence and Vitamin-C serums (OST and Wishtrend 21,5 Both equally good results). Vitamin C is only used as a night serum. She recently changed her face cream (both day and night) to Etude House Moistfull Collagen Cream. She has also used the Tonymoly The Chok Chok Green Tea Watery Cream which she also liked a lot in combination with the Innisfree green tea serum.

    However, Etude House Wonder Pore Freshner didn’t really work for her skin. This toner can break out sensitive skin due to the pore minimizing properties, so use in moderation starting out. Hope this helps 🙂
    Have a great day

    1. Thank you so much!
      One more thing I wanted to ask is that does she use the “intensive” or “intensive moist” version of the essence?

        1. No waiting time, just apply one product after the other 🙂 Be careful with the vitamin C serum, only use a few drops to start with.. 🙂

      1. She have tried both kinds with the same success. Moist is the newest generation and the one she’s using right now, and it’s great <3

  3. Hello, I’m 32, Asian yellowish skin from India. I’m thinking of buying the super volcanic pore clay mask. My skin is combination with oily T Zone and dry cheeks and enlarged pores on the undereye area. Can you please respond and help me out… Will this work for me?

    1. Hi Eva, the super volcanic pore clay mask will work fine for you, especially in the T-zone for deep cleansing and balansing sebum,
      make sure to hydrate your dry areas after application 🙂 <3

  4. Hi, i have the same skin as your sister and i really want to try her skin routine. The results are amazing and i am really happy for her. Just a question because i have never had a skin routine, i am twenty years old with combined skin,oily at the T-sone and dry at my cheeks with acne. I dont know if i have sensitive skin or not, but i gonna give it a try anyway. So my question is, because there are several products she used, what product do i use first and last. I am really confused because i havent understand perfectly which of the products that are cleansers, toners, moisturizers, face creams. If you could list up for me what to use first and last for the day time routine and then for the night time routine i would be so happy! By the way should i leave it for some minutes or just wash it of as quickly as i applied it , as for all creams? Thanx

    1. Hi Savi,

      I can see that you are getting confused. If you have never had a skin care routine before, then I suggest you start slowly and add products along the way. Here are 6 steps for you. Cleansing is essential, start with an oil then a foam cleanser. These are perfect for acne prone skin.
      1. Near Skin pH Balancing Cleansing Oil
      2. Near Skin pH Balancing Cleansing Foam
      3. The Etude House wonder pore freshner is a good toner for deep cleansing and target treatment of blackheads and enlarged pores.
      4. My sister loves the Missha Time Revolution First treatment essence, apply right after cleansing. Pat in this water using your hands. Don’t rinse.
      5. I would also suggest that you try a vitamin C serum for example tiam (previously OST), Purito(very gentle) or Whishtrend 21.5, use once a day
      6. Then for moisturizer you want something hydrating but not heavy. Snail creams are nice restoring the skin and healing acne & acne scars, The Mizon Black Snail Cream is a very good one for combination skin. Apply morning and night and don’t rinse your face.

      On top of this you can gradually add more serums, eye cream, sleeping mask, deeply cleansing scrub or clay masks, pore strips, hydrating sheet masks and special treatments. But start slowly to see what your skin likes.

      To help you understand all the steps further, check out this post:
      https://k-beauty-europe.com/korean-skin-care-and-makeup/10-step-skin-care-routine-korea/
      Most people do the steps that are suitable for their skin, not all of them. 6-10 steps is a very nice start.
      <3

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