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  • (clears throat and coughs)

  • - All right, let's get ready for bed.

  • (upbeat music)

  • My skin type I would say, it's complicated.

  • I have a very complicated relationship with my skin.

  • It is sensitive, I think,

  • to just changes in water,

  • particularly because I travel so much.

  • In the summer it's oily

  • and in the winter it's very dry,

  • so it's a combination.

  • My skincare routine at night is probably

  • about eight steps.

  • I know, sounds like a lot.

  • I swear it's not, just bear with me.

  • We're gonna get through it (snaps fingers) super quick.

  • So the first step.

  • It's a double cleanse because

  • I'm on camera almost every day or I'm on stage,

  • and so I tend to wear makeup almost every day.

  • And so to get all that off, we do an oil cleanse,

  • and then we do a water-based cleanse.

  • As you know, water and oil don't mix,

  • so it's the same thing for your face.

  • You have oil, you have dirt, SPF,

  • whatever that's on your face,

  • you need oil to get it off.

  • And then you gotta use the water

  • to get the water soluble stuff off.

  • Science, guys!

  • Bill Nye would be so proud, right Bill?

  • So these are Solved Skincare's Coconut Oil Cleansing Pads.

  • And these I have been using for years,

  • and I absolutely love it.

  • They're great to travel with.

  • They are just so convenient,

  • and people get freaked out 'cause people are like,

  • oh, coconut oil is bad for your face.

  • Well these have been made for skincare,

  • so you know, I think when there was a big coconut oil phase,

  • everybody tried to put coconut oil on everything.

  • They're like, oh wait,

  • that's probably not the right way to do it.

  • But these have been formulated for skincare,

  • so I've never had a problem with them.

  • Hopefully if you try them, they're great for you too.

  • They smell delicious.

  • They smell like coconut, because it's coconut oil.

  • It's like this, and they're like,

  • have bumps on 'em, so you can like, wipe all of it off.

  • And you have a little slot in the back.

  • So you put your fingers in.

  • All right.

  • You're gonna see a barefaced Eric Nam.

  • Barefaced and beautiful.

  • I'm just gonna go and get all this off.

  • Makeup, makeup, makeup, makeup.

  • I came across them in Korea,

  • and somebody had brought them to me

  • and I was like, whoa, these are awesome.

  • And I have been evangelizing for it since I came across 'em.

  • And this is like the one product

  • that I will always carry around with me.

  • So I would highly recommend it.

  • For people who do oil cleansing,

  • one pad for me gets everything off.

  • Once you get the oil on, you can flip it around

  • and use it for like, your eyes, if you need.

  • And it feels like you're giving your face a little massage.

  • It exfoliates everything, too.

  • That.

  • And then I just kinda like to rub it in sometimes,

  • just to make sure I get it all out.

  • And then I'm just gonna wash it off.

  • All right, so.

  • Obviously when you wash oil off,

  • it's gonna emulsify and become this white stuff.

  • Once I have a lot of the oil off,

  • I then use their Coconut Water Cleansing Foam.

  • I really like this because you'll see,

  • but the foam that comes out of it

  • is like super, super fine and velvety,

  • so it feels like a cloud on your face.

  • It has a pH balance of, I think it's like 5.5,

  • which is perfect for your skin,

  • and it leaves your face clean

  • without stripping everything out.

  • Every once in a while you'll find a cleanser

  • and you just feel really dry afterwards.

  • This doesn't do that, which is why I really like it.

  • People ask me all the time

  • what I use for my skincare.

  • All my friends who come to Korea are always like,

  • what's the best this or that or whatever?

  • And because I've been using makeup for like 10 years now,

  • I used to have breakouts all the time

  • and so I did a lot of research into how can I stop myself

  • from having breakouts?

  • And I read it.

  • And reading is good for you, kids.

  • Rub it in.

  • Get your neck, because your neck needs to be cared for, too.

  • Gonna rinse this off, too.

  • Okay, wow (panting).

  • I live.

  • All right, we're clean, we're clean, we're good.

  • So my next step is a toner.

  • A toner, from what I've been told,

  • is gonna start to remoisturize your face.

  • I am born and raised in Atlanta.

  • I do have a southern accent

  • that only comes around when I'm in the South.

  • (speaking in southern accent) I talk like this

  • the entire show, y'all.

  • Hey y'all, how y'all doin'?

  • Welcome to my show.

  • We're gonna have some songs tonight.

  • Anyways, this next step is also from Solved Skincare.

  • As you can tell, I really like this brand

  • because all of it is very natural

  • and just natural ingredients.

  • This is coconut water,

  • and it has hibiscus and rose hip toner.

  • And this is what it looks like.

  • And they have actual flower petals inside.

  • People like to put it on cotton pads.

  • I'm honestly too lazy for cotton pads and cotton balls,

  • so I just go like that.

  • I'm sure it does the same thing.

  • Why waste cotton in that way?

  • People are always like, you do so many things

  • for your skincare.

  • Isn't it annoying?

  • Not if you do it the way I do it.

  • You pour it in your hand and you slap it on your face.

  • That's about it.

  • Here's the thing, the other thing that,

  • when I do my makeup and they do my skin for me,

  • they always do this thing to my face.

  • I'm like, what are you doing?

  • Why do you do that?

  • And they're like, oh, it helps get it into your skin.

  • If you have time and if you're bored,

  • you can do like this (patting face).

  • It's a real thing.

  • And then, I really like this.

  • This is from Fresh, and it's Black Tea Kombucha

  • Facial Treatment Essence.

  • There it is.

  • I think I fell for it just because it sounds so healthy.

  • Kombucha's supposed to be healthy,

  • black tea's supposed to be healthy.

  • Even says anti-pollution and age delay.

  • And who doesn't wanna delay age?

  • Same thing here, I just put some on my hand

  • and I just slap it on my face.

  • And I like to follow it up with this because

  • this is supposed to, actually I don't know what essence does

  • but I think it's supposed to prime it for other stuff.

  • But I like it 'cause it smells good,

  • and it feels like it's really starting

  • to remoisturize my face.

  • And then I usually go for a clear moisturizer.

  • And recently I've been using.

  • Clinique, you have this jelly,

  • and then they have these pod things that you can stick in

  • for whatever your ideal situation is.

  • And I think the orange one is to like,

  • add liveliness to your face.

  • I don't know how you add liveliness, but,

  • that's what they said.

  • So, I do a pump of that.

  • And look.

  • And then you just slap it on your face, too.

  • I'm sure somebody's like, he's not doing it right.

  • Don't care.

  • This is right for me.

  • So we did that.

  • What step is that?

  • One, two, three, four, five.

  • Five, look so easy.

  • We've done five.

  • Then I do L'Occitane Immortelle Reset.

  • And I know it's French and I'm pronouncing it wrong.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Take it, put it on my face.

  • My entire family is into skincare.

  • It's three brothers, my mom and dad,

  • and I think what, moving to Korea, living in Korea,

  • everybody really is obsessive about looking good

  • and having great skin.

  • Before I got there, maybe I used a moisturizer

  • every once in a while if my face felt like it was splitting,

  • but otherwise I really didn't.

  • And what I realized is when you're breaking out,

  • oftentimes you're breaking out

  • because your face is lacking moisture or hydration

  • and it's your pores reacting to it.

  • And so, I tried to figure out

  • what is the best way to do that.

  • And because Korea has so much great skincare,

  • I started to receive a lot of product.

  • I tried a lot of 'em, and this is what I'm doing recently.

  • Then I put on an eye cream.

  • I've tried a lot, and I think this is my favorite.

  • It's Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye.

  • And I need it 'cause I don't really sleep.

  • If you're on camera all the time,

  • you gotta look good all the time,

  • and this kinda keeps my eyes sane.

  • Buying this was a very big awakening moment for me

  • because I had only seen my aunt use this.

  • And I was like, am I a woman in my 60s?

  • But then I realized that I actually think skincare,

  • it's all the same, it's just packaging.

  • So, men's or women's, it doesn't really matter.

  • It's just whatever fits your skin the best,

  • and this has been awesome.

  • So, I just slather it onto my eye.

  • Mmm.

  • It feels so good.

  • And people are oftentimes like,

  • aren't you too young to be using

  • age delay advanced night repair?

  • Well you heard about immunizations, right?

  • They're real and they're necessary.

  • I consider this immunization and protection

  • for aging and good skin.

  • And then we have one more.

  • I tend to kinda switch between

  • all different types of moisturizers,

  • depending on the seasons.

  • My most regular.

  • Hold on.

  • I tend to switch it up a lot.

  • My most regular moisturizer recently

  • has been this one right here.

  • Embryolisse.

  • It's actually, I was freaked out

  • because it says it's a makeup primer.

  • But I use it just for as my last moisturizer

  • because it's really thick.

  • It's not oily, but it really keeps your face hydrated,

  • and when you're sleeping, it's great.

  • This stuff, just a little bit will go a long way.

  • But anyways, since it's already in my,

  • forget it, let's go.

  • Oh yeah!

  • If you get a little extra, you just put it all over.

  • Get it on your neck, you put it on your hands.

  • That's it.