Well, if you’re just waking up, check out my InstaStory (@johnnygweir) for an oddly accented journey through my favorite skin and beauty finds here in South Korea...Example below. pic.twitter.com/ltBGt2ICBH— Johnny Weir (@JohnnyGWeir) February 18, 2018
From his spirited commentary with fellow NBC personality Tara Lipinski to the fabulous outfits he wears, Johnny Weir is living his best life while covering Olympic figure skating in Pyeongchang. One unique perk of the gig? Testing out K-beauty products, an endeavor Johnny has taken Twitter followers along for the ride on.
According to an Instagram story that was later posted to his Twitter account, Johnny is a fan of one crazy-popular K-beauty brand you've probably heard of before. Innisfree is a natural beauty-focused label known for its blemish-zapping Super Volcanic Clay Mousse Mask ($19) and Snoopy-inspired makeup collection.
You can purchase all that and more on Innisfree's website, but Johnny is particularly in love with one specific product that's sadly only available in Korea. It's called the Hyaluronic Acid Toning Serum. As Johnny says in the Instagram video, "Acid isn't nearly as dangerous as it sounds. This is comforting, hydrating, and it makes me feel like a 'Doctress' to use the little beaker and squeezy thing." Consider us sold.
You've probably already used beauty products that contain hyaluronic acid. It's a chemical that's known for its hydrating properties, and it also acts as a filler for fine lines and wrinkles. Even though you can't get Innisfree's specific serum in the states, The Ordinary sells a $7 version that our assistant shopping editor swears by for soothing and toning her Winter-ravaged dry skin.
But if you must get your hands on the Johnny Weir-approved formula, we guess it's time to book a ticket to Korea?