Hey all! Hectic and crazy week so far? Or fun and relaxing?
Hoping that wherever you are, you're having a better week than I am having.
Been battling a cold for the past few days and the humid and rainy weather is not helping things. :(
The good thing about being sick in bed is that I get a lot more Rambo time and a chance to respond to your questions. Some of you guys have amazing questions! But it also dawned on me that a lot of the questions are very similar, so I decided to create a list of FAQs. Hopefully this will help you navigate the world of Korean beauty a little bit easier.
Of course, if your question is not answered in the list below, feel free to shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below!
What is the difference between U.S. and Korean skincare?
Everything from packaging to approach and purpose! Read more about the differences here.
This is a good one. Korean products are traditionally labeled with a manufacturing date, instead of an expiration date. Products have a shelf-life of two to three years, depending on each individual product and brand, so don’t be alarmed if you receive a product stamped with a date prior to your actual purchase date! I would NEVER sell expired products just to make a sale.