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The foremost expert on all things Korean skin care, Charlotte Cho is the board-certified esthetician behind Soko Glam, the most trusted beauty and lifestyle shop curating the best selection of Korean beauty products. Charlotte has been featured in national and international publications including the New York Times, Vogue, Allure, Elle, Marie Claire, Into the Gloss, Refinery29, and more. Charlotte lives in Manhattan with husband and Soko Glam cofounder, David Cho, and her miniature poodle, Rambo.
Illustrations by Gemma Correll -- No Source "Everyone's favorite Korean beauty product e-commerce destination." -- Marie Claire on Soko Glam "For anyone confused about the sudden explosion of Korean beauty products on the market now, this is the perfect place to start. Charlotte's book is a mix of memoir, how-to guide, and beauty shopping companion all in one." -- Cheryl Wischhover, beauty editor at large, Fashionista.com "The Little Book of Skin Care is packed with helpful illustrations by Gemma Correll and tips that draw on Cho's extensive knowledge of Korean beauty and skin care." -- Allure "A delightful beauty read...The Little Book of Skin Care is a great read for Korean beauty beginners or even ones...who think they know more than they do but can still pick up some tips." -- xovain.com "Think of it as a one-stop guide to tackling your skincare routine from a K-beauty perspective...In short, we'd suggest that you put this on your reading list, stat." -- TeenVogue.com "It?s officially the new K-Beauty bible...Whether you're just diving into the world of Korean skin care or have been double-cleansing for months, Cho's guide is great for beginners and novices alike." -- Yahoo Beauty "A handy sink-side companion...There's a lot to take in from these pages, from understanding the infamous "10-step skincare routine," to tossing the products that contain harmful chemicals...Like an epidermal superhero, Cho dispels common myths left and right...And beyond beauty, Cho goes into far-flung corners of Korean culture." -- TheFrisky.com "Korean skin care has made its way into the lives of many Americans, and no one knows this better than Soko Glam founder Charlotte Cho...she's taken that knowledge and turned it into an addicting read-The Little Book of Skin Care." -- Popsugar.com "Thanks to Charlotte Cho's new (and we're sure soon to be cult-favorite) book, The Little Book of Skin Care, we're well on our way to knowing everything there is to know about K-beauty culture." -- The Zoe Report "When Charlotte Cho, the California native behind cult beauty e-retailer Soko Glam, moved to Seoul...she experienced some serious culture shock... `In Korea, taking care of your skin is something to be enjoyed...' It's also what inspired much of the insightful advice in her new book." -- Well and Good "It's no small secret that Koreans are at the forefront of the beauty game-especially when it comes to skin care...but for the novices among us...we got some clarity on how to achieve a flawless complexion from Cho herself." -- InStyle.com "Talking to Cho...is like speaking to a living (and reliable) skin-specialized WebMD." -- Elle "Cho has (almost single-handedly) revolutionized the landscape of beauty in the United States...transforming the way we look at skin care one sheet mask at a time." -- JustLuxe.com