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The Doctors have the hottest beauty trends from across the Pacific that can help you get flawless skin.
Licensed esthetician Charlotte Cho, and author of “The Little Book of Skin Care,” joins the panel to reveal skin care secrets from Korea. Charlotte’s tips for better skin include:
Green Tea Treatment
Fill a bowl with green tea and add a few drops of essential oils. Using cotton rounds, dip in the tea and squeeze out the excess. Next, place the rounds on the cheeks and forehead. She says to leave on your face for 20 minutes. The green tea’s antioxidants can give you a glow along with possibly helping to make the skin dewy and firm.
Sheet Mask Hydration Treatment With Snail Mucin
Wearing a mask made from the liquid that snails produce might seem a little gross, but Charlotte touts the product that is filled with hyaluronic acid, which binds moisture to the skin. She says to place the mask on a clean face for around 20 minutes for glowing, firm and dewy skin.
Charlotte also shares her technique for applying makeup, which might different than what you are used to doing. “You pat. You don’t want to create fiction in the skin and create wrinkles. Even when you apply skin care, it’s all about patting,” she shares, warning to not pull down on your skin when applying makeup.