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 Are you a skincare junkie who is crazy about all things k beauty? Are you looking to attain Korean women like white, supple and glass-like glowing skin? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered here with quick and easy ingredients to get your hands on whitened skin from within.

Korean beauty products are getting more and more popular by the day and some of these ragingly popular skincare items have minutely detailed terms and conditions that mention all the ingredients and goodies that make your skin beam like the moon.

A rather common sight these days is packaging and labels of Korean beauty and skincare products laden on shelves of supermarkets and drugstores with labels that read ‘whitening’ or ‘whitening and brightening’ which are used rather interchangeably.

While these claims can be up for question, the idea that Korean skincare can give you glowing and bright skin is not false. In fact, this claim is pretty true that too backed by naturally extracted ingredients.

All About K Beauty Ingredients That Give You The Whitening And Brightening Effect

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Within the Korean beauty universe products that are labeled as ‘whitening’ or ‘brightening’ are usually packed with ingredients such as vitamin C, rice extract, licorice, pearl extract, mulberry extract and more.

These products that include these naturally derived ingredients in fact give your skin the luminous glow it so deserved and helps reduce dark spots and helps to even out your skin tone.

But there is a very important detail that you need to know about what whitening and brightening actually means in the Korean skincare world. Let us take you through it.

In the K-beauty world, whitening refers to:

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It is also important to know what whitening does not mean in the Korean beauty world. Let us break it to you, brightening does not mean bleaching or lightening your skin in any way.

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Disclaimer: We advise you to keep your skin type and sensitivities in mind while you follow this skincare advice. Also, make sure you do a patch test to avoid any allergies or inflammations.