9 Korean skincare products we can't live without
These gems are affordable, give results and we can't do without them.
Korean skincare is a staple in many a girl's beauty cabinet and with so many brands and products out there, how do you know which is worth trying? We asked 9 girls to tell us what their favorite Korean skincare products are and what they love about them. We're about to get clicking to buy them right now!
Erborian Yuza Sorbet
"This has an awesome texture, application is smooth on my skin, it smells great and my skin looks radiant after applying." - Sarah C.
Laneige Water Sleeping Mask
"I put it on before going to bed and I like that I don't have to use a moisturizer after my cleansing as this does all the plumping. My face feels so fresh the next day and I have skin that is soft like a baby's!" - Jessie
The Face Shop Core Seed Purifying Essence
"It has a nice, fresh smell to it that is soothing when I apply it on my skin. And like a serum, it absorbs quickly and my face feels nice and smooth. I don't even want to apply moisturizer after using this, but I do anyway." - Lyn
Etude House Moistful Collagen Water Jelly Cream
"The texture of this really looks like jelly and it comes with a little scoop so you can get the product out. It's not sticky at all and absorbs quickly into my skin after application. The next morning, my skin looks refreshed, smoother and not oily." - Rina
Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Pack
"This cleansing product surprisingly does not leave the skin dry or feeling tight. The mousse leaves skin the super hydrated and so supple afterwards." - Kathy
Banila and Co. Cleansing Balm
"After using this cleansing balm, removing my makeup has been consistently easy and effective. It cleanses my skin leaving it feeling softer without feeling greasy." - Yvonne
Skinfood Black Sugar Mask
"This mask exfoliates my skin, removing the excess sebum that clogs my pores without irritating it. The hydrating formula moisturizes my face as it sets, leaving me with smooth and soft skin." - Sarah
Etude House Baking Powder Pure Cleansing Foam
"I started using this because it sounded interesting - I mean, who uses baking powder in skincare? But then I bake and I remember that baking powder can be a pretty good cleaning agent too, so I decided to give this a go. There are little exfoliating bits that I rub it into my face and I don't need to use much at all to get a really good clean" - Cheryl
Neogen Code 9 100% Real Fresh Cranberry Foam
"I double cleanse with this and use this together with The Face Shop's Real Blend Cleansing Oil. The oil removes my makeup and then this is a water-based cleanser, which makes my skin feel fresh and clean, although it's very mild. I used to use an electronic cleanser but I don't need to anymore with this combination." - Evelyn
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