Are These Korean Beauty Trends Worth Trying?
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The Doctors are testing out two of the most-talked-about Korean beauty trends to find out if they are "buzz or bust."
Korean Peel Off Makeup Base: Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra tested the face shield which claims to give you a second layer on of your skin. Dr. Batra says the product is a glue-like primer that sits on top of the skin and is meant to keep makeup out of your pores. The user is then supposed to peel off the layer at the end of the day and it should include any makeup you have applied.
Verdict: BUST! Dr. Batra says while she was hopeful about the product, she felt it was messy and uncomfortable and most importantly her skin was irritated after using it.
Korean Rubber Mask: Dr. Batra explains that the rubber mask, which is applied to the face, includes vitamins and antioxidants that can help with damaged skin. The product is meant to be used at the end of the day to calm and hydrate the skin.
Verdict: BUZZ! Dr. Batra says after removing the mask after 15 minutes, she says her skin felt hydrated and calm and she enjoyed it.