K-Beauty has become one of the biggest trends within beauty throughout the past few years, with Korean labels like Dr. Jart +, 3CE, Etude House and more starting to gain an international presence, which is why we’re taking a look at where to buy Korean beauty in the UK. The makeup trend has championed a more natural approach to beauty, as well as challenged the layered, chiseled contouring and glam we’ve been seeing for years.
Not only does K-Beauty include dewy makeup, rosy cheeks and more, it also takes a big focus on skincare. Whether it is taking care of your face with daily masks or using serums in your daily routine, treating your skin is the bread and butter. Cute and quirky packaging, animal-shaped sheet masks, luxury serums, you name it, K-beauty has it all.
Keep reading below to find the top places to buy Korean skincare and beauty products in the UK.
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When it comes to favorites like Laneige, Too Cool For School and TONYMOLY, P2BUS offers everything from sheet masks to miracle-working serums. Offering skincare and makeup, the site also boasts an impressive selection of hair care and body care, meaning that you can get a whole routine in just one place. In addition to products, P2BUS also sells sweet treats like green tea flavored Kit Kat chocolate and more, to satisfy your cravings.
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If you’re looking for an aesthetic page boasting all your K-Beauty faves, Buttermilk Skincare is where to go. Posting frequently on Instagram, the store always gives insight to all its new products and brands, often exclusively available at Buttermilk. The site also offers free shipping over £50 GBP, meaning that you can save some money if you’re looking to stock up on skincare and beauty bits. The page also features tips, tricks and reviews, to get you familiarized with all the products with ease.
If you’re looking for labels like Dr. Jart+, Erborian, TONYMOLY and Neogen, you can head to Selfridges. The luxury department store has started stocking a selection of Korean beauty and skincare labels, and are slowly adding to the lineup. Ranging from snail masks to “miracle” serums, you’ll want to add these products to your daily routine.
Kosame is the “House of Korean Beauty” and stocks cult favorite labels like Innisfree, Dr. Jart+, Laneige and more. With a focus on skincare, the site offers moisturizers, cleansers, masks and serums with multi-purpose use, as well as fun items like lip masks and peels.
If you’re looking for Korean makeup, YesStyle is where to head. With brands like 3CE and Etude House in stock, there’s no doubt you’ll find new items to try out this spring. If you’re a fan of adorable packaging, the store also stocks everything from ice-cream shaped lip balm to emoji-inspired powder, and also has a selection of hair care, contacts and fragrance for all occasions. When you order from the site, you always get a few samples like masks and new products to try out, allowing you to further explore the vast K-Beauty realm.
AsianBeautyPlus stocks brands like TONYMOLY, Innisfree and more, and offers a wide variety of makeup and skincare items. From cleansers and serums to helpful tools like mini-razors and tweezers, the site gives you the option to replace your entire beauty routine. The website also features a section called “Skin Concern,” where you can browse products based on what you’re looking to improve with your skin, such as acne, blackheads and more.