Plus, sheet masks are thin and portable, so they can be used anytime anywhere to get your skin looking spa-quality fresh.
Take your cue from Baek Seol Hee, played by Song Ha Yoon, in when Joo-Man is regrettably packing up former girlfriend Seol Hee’s belongings? While this shows her frugality, it also motivates us to start a sample collection because her skin was on point all series long!
Scroll below and see if you’ve caught any of these reasons Korean drama celebs look so good. We’ll start with the obvious: sheet mask every day, all day!
By now it’s no secret that in Korea sheet masking is second to breathing.
Leave it to Korea’s flawless face, Jun Ji Hyun, to show us how it’s done.
Lack of water intake leaves your blood no other option than to collect water from your skin cells, which leads to dry skin (the gateway to premature aging), sagging, a lackluster complexion, and wrinkles.
Fortunately, drinking at least six 8-ounce glasses of water daily can prevent this domino effect.
In the oldie but goodie K-drama It turns out that kimchi is more than just a delicious side dish — it’s one of the secrets to Koreans’ enviable complexions.
Kimchi is a rich source of lactic acid and lactobacillus, byproducts of the fermentation process that help strengthen skin and supply dermal cells with vitamin C and beta-carotene to boost elasticity. Apart from throwing water at each other’s faces, the other water activity commonly seen in K-dramas is the drinking of it.