Skincare entrepreneur Sally Kim grew up drinking her Korean grandmother’s bone broth— essentially collagen broth—so when she experienced a painful burn and turned to collagen to heal and regenerate her skin, it was an epiphany. She realized that collagen is actually the key to the world-renowned “ten-step” Korean beauty routine. Here, Kim offers a different ten-step plan that includes ingesting collagen for good skin, healthy joints, and strong hair and nails.
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About the Author
Sally Olivia Kim, founder of the ingestible skincare line Crushed Tonic, has been featured in Well+Good, W magazine, Esquire, Coveteur, and elsewhere. Previously, Kim was a venture capitalist and a digital strategist at Condé Nast. She currently lives in Manhattan, New York.
Tess Mauricio, MD, FAAD (Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology), is a board-certified dermatologist from Stanford University Medical School. She has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, The Rachael Ray Show, The Doctors, and elsewhere. She practices in San Diego and Beverley Hills.