Asian Beauty Brands

When it comes to skincare, there are a lot of brands to choose from. You could spend your entire life attempting to try every single product in Sephora, and you still wouldn’t be able to. There are new brands and new products coming out all of the time, and unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you’ll know that Korean skincare products have taken the beauty industry by storm. Ever since the BB cream, we’ve wanted everything and anything beauty-related from Asia. Thankfully, you can get lots of great Asian skincare brands online or in stores close to home. There’s no need to rack up the frequent flyer miles to feed your skincare addiction.

(Related: Skip Vs. Buy: Your Guide To Which Korean Beauty Products From Urban Outfitters To Try)

Make sure you have these Asian brands on your beauty radar:

1. Tony Moly

Tony Moly

If you’re a sucker for anything adorable, you’ll love Tony Moly for the packaging alone. Think hand creams in the shape of fruits and perfume bottles in the shape of bunnies. And here you thought your Marc Jacobs Daisy bottle was cute. The South Korean brand isn’t just all style and no substance. They have innovative formulas which keep people coming back for more masks, balms, and face mists. You can pick up your adorable stuff at Urban Outfitters or Sephora.

2. Too Cool For School

Too Cool For School
(2-Pack Egg Cream Mask; Dinoplatz Lip Balm; Eye Contour Roll-On)

Attention all cool girls. Too Cool For School is a Korean beauty brand that combines innovative beauty products and experimental artists, which means you get great products and vanity-worthy packaging. You can pick up a few items at Sephora and K-beauty site Sokoglam.

3. Sulwhasoo

Sulwhasoo best seller
(Gentle Cleansing Foam, Concentrated Ginseng Renewable Essential Oil, First Care Activating Serum)

Sulwhasoo is a brand that you might have come across at the beauty counter. They’re stocked at Bergorf GoodmanNordstrom, and Neiman Marcus. You can also shop their online store. The luxury Korean brand has been around since 1967 and is focused on Korean herbal medicinal skincare. They’re known for their products containing concentrated ginseng, so if you’re looking to splurge, try one of them out.

4. LuLuLun

Asian Beauty Brands: LuLuLun

LuLuLun is a Japanese brand that you can get at iMomoko and on Amazon. If you love face masks as much as you love cute packaging, you need this brand on your radar. They have quite a following already, so pray they are available in more stores soon.

5. Amorepacific

Amorepacific Korean Beauty Company
(Treatment Cleansing Soap, Treatment Toner, Moisture Bound Skin Energy Hydration Delivery System)

Amorepacific is a name you might have heard, but you may not have realized that it is a South Korean brand. The skincare brand has a range of masks, cleansers, serums, and sun protection. They’re stocked in their online storeSephoraNordstrom, and Bergdorf Goodman.

6. The Face Shop

The Face Shop
(Hydro Vita Gel Mask Sheet, Chia Seed Sebum Control Moisture Cream, Rice Water Bright Cleansing Milk)

The Face Shop is another South Korean brand that combines adorable packaging with great skincare. Just take a look at this hand cream. You can pick up the line at Urban Outfitters or shop their online store.

7. Skinfood

Skinfood: Asian Beauty Brands
(Green Tea Bubble Cleansing Foam, Royal Honey Mist, Fresh Aloe Pack)

South Korean brand Skinfood is the first cosmetic brand to base itself on food and has been operating since 1957. Some interesting products include an oyster extract mask and a jellyfish one. They have everything from cleansing balms and oils to eye care products. Every product has a charming bottle that foodies will love. You can get some products at Urban OutfittersSokoglam, and at the Skinfood online store.

8. Missha

Asian-Owned Beauty Brands: Missha
(Honey Butter Sheet Mask, Ghassoul Foam Cleansing Bar, Cacao And Cream Facial Scrub)

Korean beauty brand Missha has an extensive range of skincare, body, hair, and makeup products. Check them out at their online store. Their philosophy is to keep skincare products affordable and accessible for all. Who doesn’t agree with that?

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