I often use this comforting face oil before giving myself a facial massage. Even though I’d consider myself a novice, I can always see a difference in my skin when I make it a priority in my nightly skincare routine.
Facial massage comes highly recommended by Yoon. In fact, she considers it to be one of her favorite skin tips. “I’m a big believer in facial massages, so whenever I’m doing my skincare routine, I quickly incorporate even a 3-minute lymphatic drainage massage, circulation boosting massage, or toning massage,” she says. “Even though it’s short, the consistency can make a big difference!”
In case you’re wondering, her other favorite skin tips are to eat anti-inflammatory foods and manage stress and anxiety. “I am all about anti-inflammatory foods like matcha tea and sprinkling turmeric onto a lot of my foods, which is easy to do and pairs well with a lot of dishes,” she says. “And as someone who struggles with eczema and other skin issues, I know stress and anxiety easily show up on my skin. I love including little rituals throughout the day that fit my lifestyle at the moment that helps me feel grateful, content, and calm. Lately, I’ve been unwinding at night by watching an episode of a Korean drama while I meal-prep for my baby. And in the mornings, for some years now, I always start the day with tea and five minutes of total quiet to map out my day ahead to stay organized.”
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