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Click through for seven ways to shop the latest Korean skincare innovations.
Peach and Lily
Founded in 2012, this online retailer curates the best in beauty from Japan and Korea. The site offers extensive information on each product they sell, including how to use it and why they love it.
Urban Outfitters
Urban Outfitters has a pretty stellar range of international beauty brands, and they've just added Korean favorite Mizon. Mizon is perhaps best known stateside for its Snail (yes, snail) Repair Cream.
Memebox
Memebox is the perfect way to discover and try Korean products. Similar to Birchbox, you'll receive a box of thoughtfully selected full- and sample-sized skincare and cosmetics delivered directly from Seoul. If you love a product, you can shop it on the site.
Target
The mass retailer's new premium skincare offerings include Laneige, a popular Korean brand owned by Amorepacific. In addition to high-performing moisturizers, masks, cleansers and serums, you'll also find a BB cushion—one of the latest beauty crazes to hit Korea.
Woodley & Bunny
This Brooklyn-based salon stocks beauty products from all over the globe, including beloved Korean brand May Coop.
Missha
This reasonably-priced global chain has everything from lipstick to fragrance to a huge variety of skincare—and you can shop it all online. If you're in New York, you can check out the products in person at SoHo pop-up shop Korea Cosmetic Bliss (Open until the end of May).
Soko Glam
Founded with the goal of "demystifying" Korean beauty, Soko Glam offers a wide range of products and features how-tos, reviews and brand introductions on their blog.