Dewy Skin Or Just Plain Oily? Get Powdered Look With Micro-Botox

Koreans can make anything trendy. From neoprene fashion to creating “dewy skin”, let’s just address skin issue with the wonders of Micro-Botox.

The Koreans are smart and practical people. Trends started by them, which have also spread to many corners of the world, are nothing but economical and weather-friendly. Their fashion and beauty trends are influenced by everyday people. It allows us to look good even as we go about in our daily schedule.
 

Korean fashion: One size fits all

The practical and economical Korean fashion has led to many trends. One of them is the one-size-fits-all boxy tops; they fit anyone from size XS to L. What about the Neoprene tops and dresses? Not only are they en vogue, neoprene is a functional fabric due to its heat-insulating properties. What’s more, because they always look good no matter what the wearer does or where they go, the Koreans have managed to turn the practical material into fashion!

That is just fashion but what about their make-up?
 

Korean beauty: BB or CC creams

Their Blemish Bare (BB) or Colour Correct (CC) cushion compact make-up changed the cosmetics industry 360 degrees! It’s famous for their quick and easy application, and the ability to create the sought-after dewy, glowy skin. Thanks to the never-ending list of Korean A-list stars and their radiant skin, the Koreans managed to turn the shiny look that is the result of oxidisation of make-up in our Asian hot weather into something highly desirable. Isn’t that conveniently smart of those Koreans?

When the Koreans realised that beauty photo filters are making complexions appear flawless and matte, they made the semi-matte popular by making it a staple of Seoul Fashion Week 2015. It is a look that can be very easily applied by the many Insta-beauties who are uploading and sharing their selfies with the world daily – mostly with the help of photo-editing apps, not surprisingly.
 

Fixing oily skin with micro-botox

There is certainly no shortage of photo-editing apps. There are thousands of them around. However, whether you want to glamourise your skin condition with words like dewy, shiny or glowy, just call a spade a spade already!

Makeup and photo filters do not solve your oily skin condition nor will it fix any fine lines or pore issues that you already have in real life. Caking your oily skin with makeup encourages congestion. Why not “wear” your skin as it is? Healthy!

Intradermal-Botox or Micro-Botox is by no way micro or mini in its results. Also known as “baby-botox” in Hollywood, Micro-Botox is when diluted Botox is injected in very small doses on face areas such as the jawline, under-eye area, and cheeks.

Not only does Micro-Botox make your skin less oily with reduced pores, it also removes fine wrinkles, addresses inflammation or acne, refines skin texture, leaving you with a natural-looking mini facelift due to the tightening of the skin.
 

Overall, you will have a chiselled, poreless and powdered look anytime of the day!

Other Interesting Blogposts

The Science Behind The Six-Pack Abs A set of six-pack abs is always enviable. Apart from being aesthetically pleasing, a ripped washboard ab seems to indicate that the owner is in optimu...
Why Pay For Lasers In A Clinic When You Can Go To A Spa? Things you need to know about lasers in Singapore   As consumers, we always opt for the lowest priced option that gives us the best value. Wi...
Fat Cells: You Are What You Ate Yup, you read it right. You are what you ate, or was fed, before age five. "After five years, our body has no ability or potential to make more fat ce...
Treating Gummy Smiles And Angry Looking Faces Many people by now are more than familiar with the application of botulinum neuromodulators like Botox®, Dysport®, and Xeomin®. Jaw slimming and remov...
The Muse Behind Our Brand Image In our mostly white and chic clinic interior, this red sofa set definitely stands out. We love it so much that we incorporated the design carved into ...
The Art Of Injecting Dermal Fillers Very often, we leave it up to the experienced hands of our medical aesthetic doctor. But do you know that doctors too have different ways of doing der...

Categories: Acne Management, Botox & Fillers, Skin CareTags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *