Get to know the 10-Step Korean Routine

Get to know the 10-Step Korean Routine

How to introduce the Korean 10-Step routine into your self-care regime.

From sheet masks to serums, the Korean 10-step routine is one of the most talked about skincare regimes around the world. Each step is essential to building and restoring a youthful glow, while also maintaining hydration and nourishment to the skin.

Traditionally in Korea, the routine consists of 14-steps - however, due to our (busy) lifestyle and the want for fuss-free beauty, this has been simplified to what we know as 'The 10-Step Routine'.

Whether you want to adjust your everyday routine entirely or maximize on your skin's hydration, set some space on your shelfie, and get-to-know the 10 steps to achieve that 'Chok Chok' glow with our newest range!


Step 1: Oil Cleanser

remove makeup with cleansing balm stick

Remove eye & face make-up with our Cleansing Balm Stick

Our Chok Chok Cleansing Balm Stick is essential to starting your regime and ensuring all pesky make-up has been removed. Packed with Korean ingredients, simply sweep the balm across skin to melt into a cleansing oil, then add water to form a natural cleansing foam. 


Step 2: Foam Cleanser

Skincare routine cleanse

Cleanse the skin with a water-based solution

That's right - double cleanse! “Believe it or not, after one cleanse, you’re still going to have stuff left over,” says Charlotte Cho, CEO of SOKOGlam. Using our Chok Chok Cleansing Beads, simply crush 1-2 beads in your hand and just add water to create a foaming solution. Then, gently massage into your skin to ensure your face is clear of purities and unwanted make-up.


Step 3 - 4: Exfoliator & Toner

cleanse and exfoliate

Exfoliate the skin to clean out clogged pores and get rid of dead skin cells. Use a toner to restore what the skin has lost.

Keep clogged pores at bay with our 2 in 1 Buffing Pads. Not only will the Oh K! Chok Chok Multi-tasking Buffing Pads help you reveal a brighter, dewy complexion, but each pad is also individually sealed for freshness and hygiene.
By gently exfoliating and massaging into the skin to remove dirt and dead skin cells, your skin will feel brighter and softer after use.
Apart from exfoliation, our 2 in 1 buffer pads also tone the skin - a step that tends to be skipped. Using toner is essential to restoring what your skin has lost during the early steps.


Step 5 - 6: Active and Essence

hydrating korean serum

Add a boost of hydration into your skin

The Oh K! Chok Chok Illuminating Serum is a non-sticky lightweight essence, packed full of skincare goodness to plump, illuminate and enhance your skin. Active ingredients such as Hyaluronic acid and Niacinamide keep cells hydrated to optimize regeneration, while humectants help the skin the retain moisture.


Step 8 - 9: Sheet & Targeted Masks

korean sheet and targeted masks

Now it's time to relax with some fuss-free masking.

It's time to focus on the targeted areas of the face. Use a sheet mask, lip mask and under eye mask for 10-20 minutes to hydrate and soften the skin where it needs it most.


Step 10: Moisturize

moisturiser Korean 10 step routine

Moisturize the skin to lock-in moisture to keep your skin feeling and looking youthful.

The Oh K! Chok Chok Glowing Moisturiser will supercharge your glow with the perfect finishing touch to any Chok Chok regime!
This build-able, pearlescent face cream is formulated with vitamins and Hyaluronic Acid to perfect and plump the skin, and Shea Butter helps to retain moisture in the skin.


What is in the Korean Skincare routine steps

  1. Use an oil cleanser to cleanse the skin from make-up

  2. Finish the cleanse with a foam cleanser to ensure all dirt is off the skin

  3. Use an exfoliator to unclog pores.

  4. Next, use a toner to restore the skin's goodness.

  5. Top up with a serum to hydrate and plump.

  6. Use a sheet mask for 10-20 minutes.

  7. Lastly, use a moisturizer to lock in moisture.


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