Instead of one giant picture of the info card, I decided to break it down into sections. Each section is dedicated to one step in a skincare regimen; some steps only have one product included, other steps have multiple products. One of the biggest differences between Korean skincare and American skincare is the amount of time and products used. In Korea, they tend to take their time and use multiple products; even cleansing can take up to ten minutes. In America, there's a lot more focus on multi-use products (such as a toner/serum/moisturizer in one product) and getting things done as quickly as possible. I tend to prefer the Korean method since I believe that using multiple products that all have a single use is much more effective than using one product with multiple uses (I also tend to do this in other aspects of beauty; I would rather use a separate top coat and base coat when painting my nails and a separate shampoo and condition when washing my hair).
Thanks for reading! <3