Taiwan

Korean Skincare from Laneige

by Katie Skrzek

Apr 22, 2019

Hangang Park, South Korea © Sane639 | Dreamstime.com

Products / Beauty

Hop on the Korean skincare trend with products from Laneige. The South Korean skincare line offers products made using water technology for skin concerns. The brand launched in 1994 and came to the United States in 2014.

 

Laneige harnesses the natural healing elements of water to address various skincare concerns. Products include cleansers, toners, serums, moisturizers, masks, eye care, lip care, makeup and gift sets. Travel sizes are available in products geared toward combating dry air in airplanes and jetlagged skin. Bestsellers include eye sleeping mask, water bank moisture cream, mini pore waterclay mask, water bank hydrating gel and sleeping beauty set. Pricing varies by products and range $6–55.

 

Laniege recommends following a five-step K-beauty skincare regimen: cleanse, balance, treat, moisturize and sleep. Check out the Laneige YouTube channel for how-to videos and other beauty advice.

 

Shipping is free on orders more than $50. Choose three free samples with all online orders. Refer a friend and you’ll both receive a complimentary deluxe sample.

 

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