Top 3 South Korean Beauty Products You Have to TryLifestyle The List
Everyone from Glamour Magazine to the Wall Street Journal is declaring South Korea as the place to look for new beauty trends, but you don't have to go far to find them online. Sites like Peach & Lily, Soko Glam, and even Sephora have a whole section dedicated to K-Beauty. Kristina Guerrero and skin guru Jamie Comstock have the top three products you should try.
This popular vegetable will hydrate your skin and shrink your pores, tighten your skin and overall give you that plump look. There’s SK-II Power Essence for $195, Jurlique Nutri‑Define for $120, or the Artichoke Power Cream for $38.
We are seeing great mists that are more like a gel material rather than purified water, so when you spray on, they're a thicker consistency and lock in even more moisture. You can get these gels disguised as mists from brands like Too Cool For School, Buxom and they will only set you back about $20.
It doesn't have any skin benefits to add champagne to your mask, but some people like it and it’s definitely worth trying. Pick up the Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask for under $10.
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