You've probably heard of some of the more common K-Beauty serums - Innisfree Green Tea Seed Serum, Sulwhasoo Ginseng Serumand iUNIK Tea Tree Relief Serum. But what about some of the lesser known ones?
Today, we're running through the serums that aren't getting the hype they deserve!
First up on our list of underrated K-Beauty serums is this hidden gem from Tosowoong. Whereas Retinol can be very irritating for some people, Bakuchiol is a nice alternative way to get the benefits without skin irritation. This serum contains 5000ppm of Bakuchiol, which not only smoothes skin's texture, it also keeps skin nourished.
Oily skin needs an excellent exfoliator and this gentle serum grants you baby-soft, smooth skin that is deeply hydrated.
It might not be a hidden gem among the STYLE STORY Community - after all, this serum is a past Best of K-Beauty Award Winner. But it doesn't get the mainstream hype it deserves considering it gives you glossy honey skin.
This beautiful ampoule serum is packed with 43% Bee Pollen Extract! Bee Pollen extract, which soothes skin and is ideal for the skin's barrier. It works to deeply hydrate so that you are left with glowing, dewy skin.
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Another K-Beauty serum that deserves more hype is Jumiso Super Soothing Cica & Aloe Facial Serum (30ml). It's a highly-enriched serum that soothes sensitive skin.
This refreshing, non-sticky formlua contains 41% Centella asiatica extract and 31% aloe vera extract. They work together to soothe irritated and damaged skin.
In Korea, it's not uncommon for people to use more than one serum at once. If you’re battling a couple of different skin issues, feel free to layer your serums on top of each other.
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If you love d'Alba White Truffle First Spray Serum, then you may also enjoy this one. It's a rare oil drop serum that combines the hydrating effects of an oil with the moisturising effects of an ampoule. This one-of-a-kind formula is enhanced by precious white truffle.
The white truffle helps nurture weakened skin and protect it from environmental damage. It also improves dark, dull skin tones while bringing a glow to the skin.
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"Serums are skincare products that are formulated to target specific skin issues. They can be oil or water based and have the ability to penetrate deep into the layers of the skin."- STYLE STORY
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