I Tried A 10-Step Korean Skincare Routine For A Month

I Tried A 10-Step Korean Skincare Routine For A Month


[ ♪ ] [ “Am I missing out? / Korean Skincare” ] – SAFIYA: Hello friends, and welcome to another video. This month, I’m going to be swapping my current skincare routine for a 10 step Korean one. In America, over the last couple of years, there’s been a lot of hype around Korean skincare. I’ve heard a lot about the benefits of it, like hydration, anti-aging. I see the words “brightening” and “plumping” a lot, but for me, There’s always been a little bit of an intimidation factor in trying it out, mostly because of the amount of steps and different types of products there are. So I bought this “Beginner’s Intro to Korean Skincare” kit kit from this website called Soko Glam, which includes ten products, and no instructions. But after a little Googling, I think I at least know roughly what order the steps are supposed to go in. It seems like I’m gonna be doing a lot of cleansing, washing, scrubbing, toning, essencing… Whatever “essence” is, moisturizing, and moisturizing again. I am Sisyphus, the sink is my rock. This is a big step up for my current skincare routine, which consists of like three steps: Cleansing, scrubbing, and moisturizing. But I’m excited to try out this routine for a month and see if there are any noticeable benefits. Okay, let’s dive right in. Alright, let’s finally clean this face, right? Let’s get into it. I think that actually, in the evening time, we have nine steps, and then in the daytime we have ten steps, because one of the steps is like, SPF, but we’ve got nine steps for the night, so let’s see how long that takes. I mean this is not one of them. This is Tyler’s hair mousse. – SAFIYA: But, uh-
– TYLER. Hey babe, I’ve been looking for that actually. So basically we start with a makeup remover, or oil-based cleanser. It’s called “Clean It Zero” by banila co.
Like vanilla, but… banila. So basically, I guess you use your old spatula, you gouge some out, water hands, Bada bing, bada boom. – TYLER: You can do it with your makeup on? You don’t have to take your makeup off first? This is *supposed* to take your makeup off. It’s like an oil. – TYLER: Are there any instructions in each one of these boxes? – SAFIYA: I hope so. [ LAUGHS ] [ READING ] “Use the spatula and take a reasonable amount of the balm.” [ SURPRISED ] Ohhhh, it feels like coconut oil! – SAFIYA: [ READING ] “Gently massage the formula in circular motions onto dry skin to dissolve makeup.” When I look at my hands, I’ve got these pellets of like, foundation-colored somethin-somethin’. [ UPSET ] I want to wash my face so bad.
– TYLER: You don’t like it? I like that it’s taking the makeup off, it seems, but I don’t like how it feels on the face. [ GARGLES ]
– TYLER: One step down, eight to go. Oh, there’s a little oil in the eyes, but I think my makeup’s gone. – TYLER: It’s completely gone. Next is our water-based cleanser. You cleanse with oil, you cleanse with water. And you moisturize, you moisturize. This is called the “Real Fresh Foam Green Tea Cleanser.” [ READING ] “Pump one to two puffs, and gently massage all over wet face.” Oh this smells so nice. It smells like whatever tea leaves are at the bottom. I don’t like matcha to drink, but on the face, I could accept it. Alright, patting dry. So the next step is exfoliator, so we’ve got this thing that they’ve given us. This is the “Strawberry Food Therapy Scrub Mask.” – TYLER: [ EXCITED ] Ooh! – SAFIYA: Oh, it smells like strawberries, woah.
– TYLER: I want to eat that! [ MEOW ] – TYLER: Crusty wants some too. [ MEOW ] – SAFIYA: Crusty, you want some? – SAFIYA: No. No.
[ TYLER LAUGHS ] Basically, I just massage this into my skin. [ SHOCKED ] Oh, it’s warm, ahhh! It’s warming! Ohh, it’s warming on my face! I don’t know if this is what it’s supposed to do, it feels like, a little like, acidic almost? – TYLER: Yeah
– SAFIYA: Like as if it’s kind of like, *attacking* chemically the top layers of my skin. Alright, it’s been a couple of minutes, let’s take this off. [ SURPRISED ] Oh! My skin is so soft! There we go, step three down. Step four is toner. They’re called the “Organic Cotton Treatment Toning Pads” by re:p [“Rep”]. – SAFIYA: They smell like ginger! “Right after cleansing, use one sheet of pad, applied to sweep across T-zone, and lightly tap on U-zone.” “U-zone” must be this, right? I don’t feel any different, but… I think I smell a little bit more like sushi. Next is the essence. Here it is.
– TYLER: [ LAUGHING ] There’s so many products. – There’s so many things.
– TYLER: You’re going to have to look this up like, every time. This is the Galactomyces “95 Whitening Power Essence.” It’s basically like a second toner, I think? I think it just like… it’s almost like a “pre-moisturizer”… [ DEFEATEDLY ] I don’t know. It does *something* good for your skin. Basically it says, “On cheeks, spread a generous amount to skin, and then tap the under-eye area as if playing the piano.” [ IMITATES “DRACULA” ORGAN MUSIC
(J.S.Bach – Organ Toccata) ] Alright. I think I played the piano quite well. Oh… I missed the mask part.
– TYLER: [ CONFUSED ] What? I think I was supposed to do the mask before the essence step, so I did it out of order for this one. Going forward, I’ll swap them back to where they’re supposed to be, but just for today I’m just going to put the mask on now. This is the Manefit “Bling Bling Hydrogel” mask, and I think like most masks, you just put it on for like, 15 to 20 minutes. The interesting thing is that this is one of the steps, but they only gave me one sheet mask. So I guess I’m just supposed to provide my own sheet masks? Here’s my top half. Oh, it’s sparkly! [ CONCERNED ] Oh. It smells like Play-Doh. Aright, so it’s on my face, I’m going to leave it on for like, 15 minutes, and then we’re going to try and finish this skincare routine sometime tonight, man. – TYLER: This is *one* day. Alright, let’s take this bad boy off. [ SHAKEN ] Oh, God. I feel like I’m just moizturizing so much, like my skin is going to drown. So so far, we’ve done cleansing, cleansing, scrubbing, toning, masking, and essence. So now we’re gonna do lotion, then eye cream, eye cream, and then night moisturizer. I’m a little overwhelmed, but I think my face is going to like it. This is called the “Snail Bee High Content Lotion.” Smells kind of like corn. It feels really nice though. This is like my third moisturizing step in a row, and I have two moisturizing steps left. Alright, so that was lotion. Next up is eye cream. So this is the “Moisture Barrier Eye Cream” by Goodol. – SAFIYA: Ready?
– TYLER: [ AFFIRMS ] – SAFIYA: That was way too much for the eyes. I’m learning as we go how much we need. Oh wow. Oh, it’s a nice, rich cream. Just pat that in. So that is eye cream! Alright, so the last step for the evening is this “Night Repair Cream.” – SAFIYA: Is this not a cream?
– TYLER: Oh, that’s hardcore. I think that actually maybe it’s an essence, so we’re supposed to put it on at the same time as this? Like, you’re supposed to put two essences? I’m going to put this on now, but when I do this next time, I’m going to do it at the same time that I put this essence on. Alright, so I’m going to take a little bit, and we’re just gonna put it on top of everything that’s happened. It smells kind of like, honey-ish? It feels really smooth, but at this point, I feel like I could just be feeling the layers of moisturizer that’s already on my skin. So with that, I think I’ve used all my steps. The only other step that is in the routine is this thing, which is a SPF to put on during the daytime, so we’ll start wearing that tomorrow. I think that in general, I feel really moisturized; I think I feel like, treated, like I’m like, “I treated my skin.” I’m just gonna be a plump peach at the end of this. But besides that, the time is lengthy. Maybe I’ll get a little bit faster in general, just from getting the routine down. [ “Week 1” ] This morning I felt moisturized, and then I washed the moisture off, and then put it all back on, so I’m continuing to feel moisturized. The theme of week one was pretty much just that my skin was drowning in lotion. An interesting side effect is because I was using my hands to apply so much of the moisturizer, my hands, especially my fingertips, are incredibly soft right now. “You’re welcome” to anyone’s hand that I shake during this month. The hydration also turned basically into fertilizer for my mustache. It’s really been growing in like, nice, hydrated, smooth, long. – TYLER: Because like, it’s so moist, it’s a greenhouse for your mustache. – [ LAUGHS ] It’s a little bit like a rainforest. It’s like, you know, you just keep it moist, and I’ll start growing. One early problem I ran into was the sheet mask situation. As I mentioned before, Soko Glam only gave me one sheet mask in the kit, So instead of going out and like, buying a ton of sheet masks, I figured, “Why not have Eve, my mask printing machine, print me one every night?” I want Eve to be able to take her sweet time and like, do what she needs to do, but there’s no way I can do this every night. I mean, it’s okay, Eve. Shh. I’m just going to cover her ears. Yeah, she takes f***ing forever. – SAFIYA: But even without Eve, doing a sheet mask every day would be just too much time in general, so the ten steps turned into nine steps pretty quickly. I think I generally look like, more hydrated and more dewy. I may look a little tired this morning because I didn’t sleep that much last night, but, in general, I think my skin is like, finally accepting the moisture. By week two, I had gotten a lot faster at doing the routine, and I feel like my skin was looking like, pretty plump and young. Tyler noticed this and decided to try some of the products for himself. [ PLEASED ] Ooh! Oh, yeah. – No, not yet-! No-!
– [ TYLER SMACKING LIPS ] – SAFIYA: At least let it sit on your face for a second.
– It’s like… it’s like jam. She’s putting Smuckers on my face. – I do not recommend putting Smuckers on your face. – I do. – So I can eat it now? [ SHOCKED ] Oh! Blech! [ SPITS ] – SAFIYA: [ LAUGHING ] You don’t think it tastes good?
– It’s bitter. – SAFIYA: [ LAUGHS ] Don’t do that! – TYLER: It’s much more bitter than you would assume. It looks delicious. That was gonna be the hardest part about it was not eating it. I don’t want it any more. Woah! A lot of seeds in there. Very physical. I mean, it’s only one wash, but… I like that. – SAFIYA: You actually look great, to be honest.
– Really? You could notice a difference? – SAFIYA: Yeah, you look better than me. Besides Tyler using, and also eating, some of the exfoliant, week two also brought about another hurdle. Something that’s happening right now is that we’re heading out of town for the weekend, and I’m trying to figure out how to pack my Korean skincare routine. It’s not necessarily going well. It is very difficult to travel with. I was only able to bring seven of my ten steps with me. I also had to check my suitcase to get everything here, because there was just too much fluid in every bottle. They weren’t quite “travel friendly.” I also got my period that week, so between not having all my products, riding the crimson wave, traveling, and Chicago just being pretty darn humid, I started seeing some pimples. I started breaking out a little bit. Just like, there’s like, one in the brow, there’s like one over here, one over there. I feel like currently, I’m just equipped with like, 1 000 moisturizers, and I want to be able to like put on like a little spot treatment. I don’t have one, because that’s not really part of the regime. I’m just gonna keep moisturizing it and hope that it eventually goes away once my period goes away. By week three, the pimples were still there. So I tried my current go-to spot treatment, which is tea tree oil. But there are just so many other products in this routine, I felt like it was rendered mostly useless. So the pimples ruled the day. I got a good one going here, and then I also got a good one going up here. And a smaller one going there, and a couple more going over there. I feel like the philosophy on skincare has changed a lot. Like, in the 2000s, it was like, “Oh, you have oily skin? You should dry your face out and wash it.” And now it’s like, “Oh, you have oily skin? You should cleanse with oil.” What should I be doing? I don’t know. Minus the zits, by week four, I felt like I had a pretty well-oiled machine. Literally and figuratively. So this is me doing my whole routine in order. I think I finally figured it out, after weeks. So we’ve got oil cleansing, cleansing, scrubbing, toning, essencing, eye creaming, moisturizing, an SPF-ing. And that’s it. Pretty simple, huh? There is also my nighttime serum/essence, but I only use that at night. So, I guess it’s only like, eight steps morning and night. 8 steps twice a day, 16 steps a day. Um, 16 times 3 is 48, so 400 and like, 96 times? I did 496 applications of something to my face this month. I hope that math is right. I think it is. – SAFIYA: Overall,. I enjoyed my month doing a Korean skincare routine. I don’t think that my skin looks like, completely different. Like, I don’t think that my face just looks like baby’s buttocks. But I do think that my skin is probably more hydrated than it’s ever been before. I definitely think I’m going to use all of these products until they’re finished, like, I did *like* them all a decent amount. And I actually think that after using everything for a month, I do have a decent amount of everything left. Definitely my favorite steps were the oil-based cleanser and the eye cream. The oil-based cleanser is like, witchcraft. This thing actually really does take off all of your makeup. The other product I really liked was this eye cream. Very nice, smells good, very moisturizing. I’ve actually been sneaking some of the eye cream up to the forehead as well. I don’t think it’s like, magnitudes better than any other eye cream I’ve ever tried, but the smell like, encouraged me to keep using it. It was good for morale. So in some regards, like, using this kind of like, “starter pack” of like, ten steps, was a good way to like, get introduced to the Korean skincare without having to do a lot of decision-making or ordering myself. I think you could definitely like, substitute other products in for these products. It’s more about just like, doing all the steps, and like, really like putting the work in. And the *time*. And the energy. And the rubbing. I do think that I’m going to incorporate at least more steps into my normal routine. Maybe not ten, or nine, or eight, but you know, maybe like five. Or six. I am going to look into a spot treatment though, because the pimples come and go, but they’re definitely a presence. Thank you guys so much for watching, if you liked that video, make sure to “shmash” that Like button. And if you want to see more videos like this, make sure to “shmash” that Subscribe button. And if you’ve already “shmashed” that Subscribe button, make sure to also “shmash” that little bell icon in the middle to turn on post notifications so you get a notification every time that I post. Here are my social media handles, and make sure to check out my NextBeat, I do a lot of daily vlogging and Q&As on there. A big shout out to Felicia for watching, thanks for watching, Felicia. And I’ll see you guys a-next time. Not “Bye Felicia.” “Hello, Felicia.”

100 Comments

  • Safiya Nygaard says:

    HELLO FRIENDS!!! i just wanted to clarify, i know ur not supposed to put on a scrub every single day, i used the scrub like 3-4 times a week! i had a line in the video about it and i think we cut it for some reason. so i guess my math was wrong and it was more like ~450 applications!
    thanks & sorry for the confusion!!
    saf

  • lola v says:

    my skin care routine
    1. cetaphil cleanser
    2. proactive cleanser
    3. proactive toner
    4. proactive moisturizer
    5. rose spray mist

  • Zac :0 says:

    IVE FIGURED OUT JIMIN'S SECRET.

  • KawaiiandDark says:

    I think this would have been overall better if she picked her own products for her skin
    Though I was surprised that the kit came with so much moisturizers that were the same
    I've learned that it's not really so many steps as it seems
    It's really just cleansing, toning, serum or essence, and moisturizer or sleeping pack (sometimes both)
    The rest is more on necessity
    Sheet marks tend to be occasional too, like scrubs, and most people wear them during the day, say after work or a day out

  • Jenny Shull says:

    If U like Safiya and Tyler then u might like Joel and Lia

  • Vidya Sewdyal says:

    Who else is a kpop fan??
    Army where you at.
    Btw Safiya love your videos 💖

  • Nadeshiko Kyoya says:

    On the soko glam website, they provide instructions on what order you apply the products. 👍👍

  • Jaida Sherif says:

    I love the color red on safya it suits her a lot

  • John Wick says:

    Want the best skin care routine? Don't put 10 layers of fucking make up on your skin.

  • Norma Tu says:

    Super proud of you for diving in! I was intimidated for the longest time too but finally started a Korean Skincare routine at the ripe age of 25!

    A good resource to check out is this channel called Beauty Within. They have fantastic product recommendations and visual graphics explaining what different products are even doing for you.

    To remember the order of my skincare routine I use: “Can This Extra Stuff Make Do?”

    C – Cleanser (double cleanse if wearing makeup)
    T – Toner
    E – Essence
    S – Serum
    M – Moisturizer
    D – Day Stuff (Face SPF of at least 30)

    It’s important to know what your skin type is first before buying any products, because certain products are great for one skin type and horrible/irritating for the next.

    Would love to see a follow up video if you wind up determining what makes the cut for daily use from now on!!!

    Love your vids!!

  • Norma Tu says:

    Oh! A great pimple thing I use is COSRX hydrocolloid pimple patches. That could be a cool video in itself. They’re like small circular stickers you just put on top of pus-filled zits and it draws out the pus until the sticker turns clear to white.

    Another option is Murad’s or e.l.f.’s spot treatment. Both have salicylic acid, which is great for drying out zits.

    Murad is on the pricier side and is much more potent than the rest so I just use it on the REALLY angry zits.

    And the most affordable option is putting a dab of white fluoride toothpaste on your zit. It can be irritating for some skin types but really does dry out zits overnight.

    Haha maybe you could do a zit treatment video and compare?

  • Lia kim says:

    Safiya is getting the kpop idol routine 😂💚❤️

  • Natalie Kendel says:

    I'm so glad Saf was so successful after leaving Buzzfeed. She deserved that! Serious quality content.

  • sumi 16 says:

    Where I found

  • Emily Norris says:

    You definitely don't need the scrub daily and neither the mask

  • yungmii says:

    thought i should say this even though this is kinda old: the face scrub is supposed to feel warm; it opens up your pores for moisturizing and/or serums

  • Catlyn Lapekes says:

    2.8k people disliked her?! Bitch how? Why? So many questions.

  • Angel Child says:

    Well saf, about that math , you forgot to multiply the times of day by seven for each week (I think). Løve you guys😇😇

  • angela zhang says:

    Im 13 and my skincare is
    Night-
    Oily cleanser
    Foam cleanser
    Mist toner
    Serm
    Moisturizer
    Spot treatment

    Morning-
    Gel cleanser
    Mist toner
    Serm
    Moisturizer
    Sunscreen

  • Shawn Resor says:

    You needed an elderly friend to use these on. Your skin was already moist and plump.

  • Aisha Talayilath says:

    I think u should put some on ur neck too like ur face looks two shades lighter visibly lighter to ur neck

  • Noura Akram says:

    Use Sunday Riley's UFO oil for breakouts it's magic i swear to god!

  • Carlina C says:

    Lol. You're really concerned about smells.

  • Aye okay Maybe says:

    You remind me of my mom

  • Mia Coldwell says:

    Any good Korean beauty websites that're in english? I've been looking for a while but I'm struggling 😬 any Korean clothes stores would be helpful too!

  • Alissa Thomas says:

    i was watching this video before i started to watch another one and it was a quiet bit in my video when i accidentally clicked back to 11:48 and all i heard was safiya saying “baby buttocks” and my day has been made

  • Blythe Mier says:

    I believe that you are only supposed to use a face mask once a week

  • m i s o . says:

    Woah dang… your skin does look different. You nailed the glass skin <3

  • Do H says:

    The scrub and mask is not used everyday.

  • Laurence Cruz says:

    This set cost $199.00 like WTF

  • Bro K says:

    Sis really spent $200 on skin care

    I could never

    I’m broke

  • Abigail459 says:

    I've honestly watched this 5 times and never get bored

  • Gamer Girl Bri says:

    DAYYYY TWOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOW!!!!!

  • Fresh Leap says:

    both of u have nice teeth

  • Grace Gemini says:

    The galacto is a skin lightening product. In Korea, light colored skin is considered preferable.
    Strawberries are high in vitamin C acids. Probably one reason it felt warm. The acid takes the first layers of cells off.
    The snail slime is…well…snail slime. Ya.
    Anyway, truly, there is a BIG difference in your before and after.

  • hi it’s me says:

    my skincare routine has 5 steps
    gel cleanser
    toner
    essence
    serum
    gel based moisturiser

  • 아미Drea says:

    i was stressing because of your hair):):):):

  • Lia’s Life Diary says:

    My skin is young so i don’t really know what skin type i am but i feel like it’s dry and oily on the forehead 😪

  • lavender moon magick says:

    PSA: be careful when you see whitening products like the essence and the mask. there’s an extremely important difference between brightening, illuminating, or luminizing and whitening products. whitening products are meant to literally bleach your skin and they’re highly toxic. be careful and make sure to read product labels carefully!

  • Jessica P says:

    I'd love to see you do this again but with the help of someone with more expertise in Korean skincare to make a more customized routine for you and see if it makes a bigger difference in your skin! Beauty Within would be a great channel to collab with!

  • Joy Lim 조 어 says:

    Watched this 15 times or more

  • Honey Lemon says:

    With the strawberry scrub, if youre using it at home do NOT keep it on for long, yes its good for your skin but it IS acidic like Safiya said how it felt.

  • Nitasha Kumar says:

    you don't really need all this…brown people got good skin

  • Lily Gardner8 says:

    U don't use all ten products on one day. It's like every other day

  • Lily Gardner8 says:

    Use tiny squeeze bottles if u travel…

  • Life in Korea Thet's vlog says:

    Wow this is amazing, too many products though.But the result is great.

  • I Dino says:

    You might have had acne as a reaction for trying so many things at once on your skin. If your skin is not used to a formula it gets irritated.

  • Cătălina Simona says:

    I never understand how ugly girls have a boyfriend.

  • Angie1552 says:

    What exfoliator is that?

  • Sujata Durga says:

    11:48 I don't think that my face just looks like babys buttocks
    I love this girl 😆😂

  • Dae Bak says:

    I Korean

  • Jenisha Gurung says:

    Where did you buy it?

  • azurelleb says:

    There is room for spot treatment…I think you’re supposed to add it after the essence and before the moisturizer. And yeah I don’t think the face mask is meant to be an every day thing either :S

  • Iz Smurda says:

    so much moisturizing going on that when you said 'doing' i thought u meant 'dewing'

  • Gameofthrones Gameofthrones says:

    U sound like "Amy" from The Big Bang Theory.

  • Daesha Palmer says:

    I love you🤗 ur voice, skin, n attitude is very welcoming. Keep sharing please❤

  • cathy foster says:

    i am using essence of argan oil and idrotherapy for the last few months and it really works

  • Shan E says:

    Miss her videos 😭

  • Nurhafizah H says:

    Wahh your skin is soo glowing 😍

  • Jea Bia Pajares says:

    I actually did a Korean skincare routine for the month leading up to my Prom (it was supposed to be three months as opposed to one, but I procrastinated a lot. Also, my Prom was on Feb 14, and that just makes me really happy). So, um, there were around 13 steps, but distributed over a week, like exfoliate Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays; serums on Wednesdays and Sunday, etc etc. (This isn't the real routine btw :3, also, Pinterest). And guys, if you do it right, you will look naturally flawless. It really does a lot for your skin overall, especially in terms of health, really do recommend trying it at least once, maybe for a big event like mine. But it does take time to get results, so in the very least one month. You will not regret it, I promise, and good luck to anyone who actually takes my advice! Best of luck, have a great day! 😄

  • Chiara Gervasio says:

    you don't want to moisturize if you have oily skin. the moisturizer is for skin that is dry because of lack of sebo, so it's oil based. if you have oily skin you should substitute moisturizer with an hydrating product, that is for skin that is dry because of lack of water. the pimples came out because you tripled the amount of oil in your skin

  • NerdyGRL says:

    you need a toner always to balance the PH in your skin after you wash

  • Huong Tran says:

    I don't think you are supposed to do a sheet mask every day just once or twice a week is plenty

  • Nahla Army says:

    My first time watching your videos i like you girl and you accent plus you are funny
    I resemble you on the eyes I have big eyes with long eyelashes yeah 😂😂

  • mehroz amjad says:

    Wax your arms

  • Paige Queen B says:

    That oil balm is what kept breaking me out. I kept trying it because it does take off all makeup but I use black soap now and use all toner, essences, masks, and a chemical exfoliator. (Spf when I use that). Baby buttocks soft skin!

  • Umar Farooq says:

    It really irritates me when watching people washing and cleaning face and hair is all wet and sticking to the side of there ya r and they r all wet and all cleanser and other scrubs n oil r getting into it ekkk 🤢

  • Jahada Dina says:

    Your skin is amazing

  • Emily Rosalie says:

    Wonderful video! I love your channel Saf!
    I just started a YouTube channel and I have a video up about my Asian Skincare favorites in case anyone’s interested! 💗

  • Amanda Lockridge says:

    Cute thing I learned from a Victoria's Secret product copycat: Salicylic acid + witch hazel + calamine lotion makes a quick pimple-zapper drying lotion for overnight use, and then a standard tea tree oil spot treatment in the day takes care of the problem. Calamine lotion and witch hazel being the real stars of the treatment, because when I dabbed a cyst with the witch hazel followed by calamine, ten minutes later, the whole thing was VISIBLY reduced.

  • Han-Han Bui says:

    I use the green tea foam because my mom told me that it smells good 😂😅 I also use the toner and essence!! 😆😆

  • Jessica S says:

    The scene of Saf playing the organ had me dead 😂

  • Ai A says:

    I feel Korean skincare has too many steps

  • Alexander James says:

    safiya i love you so much and your content is wonderful, but i'm so tempted to take a shot every time you say 'like' 😂

  • CyNthia says:

    Where can I get all this products?????? Is the website good I hear all the other website there is a lot missing items when u order… please let me know where I can get it that it safe

  • MI says:

    She honestly just friggin whitened up on the first day!

  • MI says:

    12:10 Just click on it. You won't be disappointed

  • Laksmi Soni says:

    recommend
    lipstick which is natural last long n makes lips pink

  • Widya Putri Utami says:

    You shouldnt use srub everyday, its bad for your skin

  • chinqalicious says:

    OHOHOHOHOO very nice

  • Kathryn says:

    the scrub and sheet mask shouldn't be daily XD

  • TheRedhead1997 says:

    Im an esthetician

    You’re not supposed to exfoliate every day it’s not good for the skin

    Exfoliate only 2x a week

  • Tiffany Anders says:

    Yes it doesn’t matter I thought I was the only person who had black heads on my face and couldn’t get rid of

  • Deanna W says:

    Ok I scrolled for a min and didn’t see it so: pimple patches like cosrx or nexcare are amazing for spot treatments!! I used one earlier this week, they’re magic.

  • Nurul Amin Molla says:

    I think the serum comes after the essence then the night cream.The eye cream can be applied at the end because that's the only thing to be applied around the eye area.

  • Shamli Pathania says:

    Your face look different from ur body

  • val says:

    omg your skin was bomb after

  • Itsa me says:

    ALERT ALERT!!! SAFIYA CREATED THE EBOY EYE ROLL

  • Gigi Jechelle says:

    Dont scrubbing everyday. It'll ruined your skin. Over exfoliating makes your skin dry. Just exfoliate 2-3x a week.

  • Jenna Spelten says:

    The way to get rid of pimples is the cosrx pimple patches 🙂

  • Aanchal Kumar says:

    One of the best things that works for me in keeping pimples away is to wash my face with cold water whenever I feel like I'm going to get one (you know, that little bump under your skin right before the pimple shows?) and just not irritate that area until it's gone away.

  • Kim Nara says:

    LOL at 0.29

    I started loved your channel 😘😘😘

  • Felicia Gabriel says:

    Follow beauty within they can break it down much better for you!! there’s so much knowledge to gain from them

  • Mark Gaudry says:

    Simple cheap very old fashioned spot treatment is white iodine.

  • SRC says:

    I had to watch it on mute and use my imagination 😬😬

  • Mr. Death says:

    umm…shouldn't the routine be according to your skin?

  • Joan Lee says:

    idk if u still do this routine and if anyone commented this but buy a hand fan bc u should let each product dry before applying the next step otherwise it won’t absorb well and that will get rid of that feeling of having all the products being a single layer. Using a handfan or any fan in general cuts the time by a poop ton. Also, as for using face masks, in general, many don’t use it every day, more or less 2-3. Even just 1 mask a week is just fine too! AND, 10 is extreme for many as well lol but I think you did very well! Great job 🙂

  • MandaPanda says:

    Safiya not wearing a headband when she washes her face is giving me major anxiety with some of her hair getting wet

  • Jazz Kelly says:

    If I did this my skin would be so irritated. I have to use products that I won’t be allergic to or I’ll get rashes all over my face and it’ll go red. I also have to use extremely gentle products

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