What is skinimalism, and how can this beauty trend benefit your life?

To simplify your beauty routine, maybe seek out a moisturiser that you can use both day and night? Photo: Sunday Riley

Not that long ago – give or take five years – skincare routines that involved 10 steps or more were all the rage.

The 10- and 12-step Korean skincare routines which first started gaining traction in 2011, involved a balm or oil cleanser, a foaming cleanser, an exfoliant, a toner, an essence, an ampoule or serum, a sheet mask, an eye cream, a moisturiser, and then either a thicker night cream or sleeping mask or an SPF.

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