Light Controls How You Look
Your facial impression is largely determined by the reflection of light. This means your skin looks bright and radiant when light is evenly reflected and diffused reflection is minimized.
For this to happen, the surface of the skin should be fine and smooth. Rough skin with fine lines create small, shady dips which make the skin look dull. Furthermore, oily skin is apt to be greasy looking as the light directly reflects and shines over the sebum without absorbing it. To make your skin give off a radiant and soft impression, it is important that your skin reflects the right amount of light.
Moisture is the key factor to solve this subject as it has the ability to absorbs light to some degree. Therefore, it is important to keep enough moisture on the surface of the skin.
Natural shine must still be obtained through a good balance of light reflection. For example, dry skin absorbs light, but as it does not reflect well, it gives a dull instead of shiny impression. An application of facial foundation will cover blemishes and brown spots, but the skin loses its natural translucence. This phenomenon results from an imbalance in the absorption and reflection of light.
Finn's skincare products cover the skin with a nutritious salmon collagen film that makes your skin smooth and moist. This collagen film prevents diffused reflection and enhances the impression of your look so that it is soft and brilliant.
Some people prefer to be natural and say "no need to do extra skincare." However, please remember that the impression of your face can affect the impression of yourself. We encourage you to continue to do basic daily