What is Mochi Skin?
While Korea is the “home” of glass skin, mochi skin is so popular not only in that country but also in Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, and many other Asian nations. The name “mochi” comes from a traditional Japanese cake. People love mochi not just because of its chewy texture, but also its adorable appearance. Mochi is usually “dressed up” in pastel colors, really soft and plump.
So, when compared to this cake to human skin, we mention the soft, plump, and hydrated skin.
How is it different from Glass Skin?
There so many similarities between these two types of trends. They both relate to hydration, flawless, and elasticity. However, if the glass skin is mostly confused and faked with the highlighter, mochi skin is more matte. Thus, it’s all about shine-free luminosity.
How to Get a Mochi Skin?
Below is the basic routine that everyone can follow to achieve this skin. The steps are super easy and simple, check them out to reach one step closer to your goal.
Having a skin thoroughly cleansed is the ultimately important key to achieve flawless skin. In the morning routine, I recommend the CeraVe Acne Foaming Cream Cleanser if your skin is sensitive or acne-prone.
After a long day, nighttime is ideal for double cleanser. Give it a try to the Kiehl’s Centella Sensitive Facial Cleanser.
Don’t forget to replenish your skin with toner after exhausting it from cleansing.
The serum is also a must to have mochi skin. If you need a recommendation, we love the Neogen Dermalogy Probiotics Double Action Serum and The Inkey List’s Collagen Booster Firming Peptide Serum.
Moisturize, moisturize, and moisturize! Since we have quite some layer underneath, this one should be as lightweight as possible. The formula of the Laneige Water Bank Moisture Cream fits the bill.
This step is optional in summer.
If you don’t apply sunscreen, all of the above ingredients are in vain.
That’s how you can get mochi skin. Super simple, right? Be patient and you’ll see a huge difference.