The K-Beauty Products Raiza Contawi Uses To Achieve 'Glass Skin'
When it comes to local content creators, one of the people we really look up to is Raiza Contawi. She's knowledgeable in cosmetic ingredients, plus there's no doubt that she has ~amazing~ makeup skills (have you seen the celeb transformations on her channel?!)
One of the things we also admire about her is her glass-like skin, which is really evident in all her IG posts.
So, when she hopped on Instagram stories on June 7 to share her nighttime skincare routine, we were all ears. Below, we listed down all the products she uses to score her enviable "glass skin":
Raiza started off with her ~holy grail~ mask: the 23 Years Old Aqua Bab Modeling Mask. It's a two-step hydrating product that will bring the moisture back to your parched complexion.
She left it on for 30 minutes, then peeled it away to reveal glass-like skin. WOW!
Next, she applied the COSRX Advanced Snail Peptide Eye Cream on her undereye area. She mentioned that she only uses the tiniest amount for both sides since it has concentrated formula.
Then, she massaged the Sulwhasoo First Care Activating Serum on her complexion. It's formulated with a *potent* cocktail of five Korean herbs that will keep the skin youthful-looking, hydrated, and nourished. She mentioned that she only needs one pump to cover her entire face, so one bottle can really last you a long time.
After, she applied her holy grail moisturizer, the Centellian24 Madeca Derma Cream. She has raved about this product so many times—so much that we even wrote a review about it here! Its main ingredient is Centella Asiatica extract, which can repair your skin's barrier and speed up wound recovery process.
Finally, to cap off her nighttime routine, she swiped on some of Laneige's bestselling Lip Sleeping Mask in Berry all over her pout for softer, pinker lips. She advised that if you want to try it out, you can buy the small 3g size one because its tiny tub can still last you a long time.
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.