Korean beauty has been on an still going rise in the beauty world for its clean ingredients, low prices, and spectacular quality. Here’s a list of a bunch of different Korean beauty products placed one of the best in their categories that you should try.
- Cosrx Advanced Snail Mucin 96 Power Essence
One of the most popular skincare products on the market is the Cosrx Snail Mucin Essence. According to The Strategist, “[T]he formula is a hydrating, thick goo that instantly plumps and moisturizes your skin. But perhaps more important, it has incredible healing benefits”. Seen in almost every single influencer’s video, without a doubt this product is truly one of the best ones of its kind out there.
- IOPE Retinol Expert 0.1%
With a safe and stable concentration of retinol, according to Allure, it is effective in [minimizing] wrinkles and it visibly diminishes lines over time. And the pointed, ultraprecise tube applicator makes it easy to target specific areas of the face”.
- Saturday Skin Melt + Cleanse Makeup Melting Balm
Allure’s Beauty Box features the aesthetically packaged melting balm multiple times due to its amazing quality! It effectively removes “the day’s grime”.
- Unleashia Sisua Butter Glow Stick Herb Sugar
This unique, one of a kind plant based-oil has skincare benefits inside of a beautifully shiny highlighter. Its unique and attractive qualities are what made it one of UMMA MD’s picks.
- Glow Recipe Watermelon Toner
Taken over the feeds and vanities of teenage girls, is the amazingly scented Glow Recipe PHA + BHA Pore-Tight Watermelon Glow Toner. Even personally, I love the tacky flow of the product itself, and the container makes it seem so much more expensive than it seems. Though fragranced, it gives your face a beautiful glow, leaving it smelling like the fruit of summer.
- Laneige Lip Glowy Balm
Found on the lips of anyone with soft lips is the iconic lip balm from Laneige. The smells are impressively captivating, giving your lips a soft, smooth finish while tasting desperately sweet.
while listening to explanations from curator Park Jiyoung, who is a fellow of the National Museum of Korea and currently active at the Denver Art Museum.
– By Bahnya Kim