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Video: In Skin-Care-Obsessed South Korea, Even A Baby Can Get A Facial

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Elise's baby tries Elise Tries.
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Elise's baby tries Elise Tries.

In South Korea, skin care is considered self-care. Just as you might go to the gym two or three times a week, it's not unusual for a South Korean to visit a facialist at the same frequency.

To cap off this initial season of our Elise Tries video series, I tried nothing at all. Instead, I enlisted a tiny helper. Have a look.

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