Korean Beauty Products Now Being Sold In America

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Korean women are world renowned for their beauty, especially when it comes to skin care. No, not THAT Korea. The GOOD Korea. Where women swear by their ancient and, sometimes, wacky (to us) beauty products. Obviously, they really work. And, fortunately, many of them are now being sold in the US, not only over the web, but over the counter too. Here are some of the odder labels (along with suggested retail prices) and, all we can say is, 이봐, 어떤 작품!
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Tony Moly Shiny Foot Peeling Liquid Mask
PRICE: $13.98
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Kiss Me Heroine Make Long and Curl Mascara
PRICE: $12.99
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Tony Moly Cats Wink Clear Pact
PRICE: $8.50
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Bioré UV Perfect Face Milk
$11.98
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Salux Beauty Skin Cloth
PRICE: $5.98
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Jeju Volcanic Pore Cleansing Foam
PRICE: $14
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Mizon Snail Recovery Gel Cream
PRICE: $11.99
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Etude House I Need You Mask
PRICE: $3.99
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Jelly Apple Peeling Exfoliant
PRICE: $15
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

The Face Shop BeBe Lip Mask
PRICE: $3.98
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Baby Foot Exfoliating Foot Peel
PRICE: $25
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin “Help Me” Cream
PRICE: $48
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Nature Republic Bee Venom Treatment
PRICE: $15.99
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

Too Cool For School Dinoplatz Dear Brachiosaurus Blotting Paper
PRICE: $5.99
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Wacky Korean Beauty Products

1. Berrisom Oops! My Lip Tint
PRICE: $8.98
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