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Tapaswini

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7 skin method- Worth the hype?

Do you think it's hype or worth it? Maximum dermatologists say, toning itself is unnecessary. However I have always been benefitted by application of hydrating toners. I love doing 7 skin method once a week with Tiam b5 toner or Pyunkang yul essence. What's your opinion. Is it worth the hype?
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Littledarling27

Oily/Resilient

It's personal preference, some people find the routine relaxing so the more the better, besides Asian skincare is known for multi layering..
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codel

Dry/Sensitive

i wouldn’t be able de afford my toner if i would do this. that’s my opinion haha
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Tapaswini

Dry/Sensitive

my toners are 150 ml ,last so so long despite 7 skin method. I do it once a week mostly.
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syahnidaareo

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all back again on the needs of each skin. if you think the next step is already hydrating, I don't think it's necessary to do the '7 skin menthod'
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skintastica

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I've only gone up to 3 layers with my thin ampoule for moisturizing purposes. I'm using a PHA toner so I haven't tried the 7 layer yet but I will once I get to a hydrating toner.
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FSha

Oily/Resilient

i enjoy doing the face mist one layer and 3 layer hydrating toner.
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