“The Little Book of Skincare” by Charlotte Cho is a comprehensive guide to Korean beauty rituals and practices. The book is divided into three parts, each focusing on a different aspect of skincare: Preparation, Layering, and Maintenance.
In the first part, “Preparation,” Charlotte Cho discusses the importance of understanding your skin type and how to properly cleanse your skin. She also covers the Korean double-cleansing method, which involves using an oil-based cleanser followed by a water-based cleanser to thoroughly remove dirt, oil, and makeup from the skin.
The second part, “Layering,” delves into the Korean skincare practice of layering multiple products to achieve optimal results. Cho discusses the different types of products, including toners, essences, serums, ampoules, and sheet masks, and how to use them effectively.
Finally, in the third part, “Maintenance,” Cho covers the importance of protecting your skin from the sun and other environmental factors, as well as how to maintain a consistent skincare routine.
Throughout the book, Cho emphasizes the importance of listening to your skin and adjusting your skincare routine as needed. She also emphasizes the importance of self-care and taking time to pamper yourself.
Overall, “The Little Book of Skincare” is a great resource for anyone interested in learning more about Korean beauty rituals and incorporating them into their own skincare routine. Cho’s writing style is approachable and easy to understand, making this book accessible to both skincare beginners and enthusiasts.