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If you haven’t ventured off into the world of Asian beauty products, then you’re surely missing out. Being Chinese myself, I have to admit that I’m an avid user of Asian skincare because the ingredients are not only innovative, but they’re influenced by eastern medicine and centuries-old traditions, which have produced results. And I’m all for anything that’s stood the test of time when it comes to skincare. So if you’re ready for a change and want to transition into an Asian beauty regimen, then I’m sharing my top Asian skincare brands to buy – and will be worth your money.

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1. AmorePacific

AmorePacific is a high-performance Korean beauty brand whose ingredients are rooted in Asian botanicals – think green tea, bamboo, and red ginseng. Though pricey, its formulations have what it takes to nourish the skin and make it brighter. The Enzyme Treatment and Cushion Compact are two great products to start with.

2. Shiseido

Every Asian household has seen Shiseido in its bathroom cabinet at one point or another – it’s one of the most trusted brands around. The eye masks are one of the products I use on repeat – and it’s a fashion week mainstay. I’m also a big fan of its sunscreens, which mattify the skin and sit beautifully underneath makeup.

3. Dr. Jart+

There are so many reasons to love Dr. Jart+! I haven’t used a product from this line that I didn’t like… Countless times on the blog, I’ve raved about the rubber masks, which lives up to its promises – and I still swear by. But also, anything Cicapair and Ceramidin related won’t disappoint.

4. Belif

Belif is an affordable K-Beauty brand everyone needs to try at least once. I just love the bouncy, cooling texture of their products, from the cleanser down to the eye cream. The products are so lightweight but so intensely moisturizing while boosting elasticity.

5. Sulwhasoo

Sulwhasoo is a newer brand I finally got to try and won me over. Its formulations include fermented herbs used in traditional Korean medicine and are injected with antioxidants and anti-carcinogenic agents. This moisturizer gave me overnight results!

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6. Tatcha

If you’re into soft, supple, dewy skin, then you need give Tatcha a chance. The line is based around three key ingredients, including rice, algae, and green tea, which work effectively to restore a healthy, youthful radiance. Like many others, I’m obsessed with the Facial Mist which makes my skin glow instantly. I love setting my makeup with this stuff.

7. SK-II

SK-II is a popular one amongst the fashion community, especially the Facial Treatment Essence. Its secret ingredient is pitera, a type of yeast found in the sake-making process, which has kept the hands of the elderly youthful and smooth. Having used SK-II before, I can honestly say that the hype is real! Give it a try with this affordable welcome kit here.

8. Cle de Peau

You might recognize the Cle de Peau name from its best-selling concealer (here), but its skincare products are just as life changing. They make some of the best skin softeners, which help enhance the effectiveness of your moisturizer. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good youth-booster.

9. Saturday Skin

Saturday Skin products might look like a packaging bait, but don’t let that fool you. I have been using the moisturizer and face mist for over a year now and continue to fall in love with the texture and results every time.

10. Glow Recipe

If you’re looking for a natural, harsh-free Asian brand to try, Glow Recipe’s got you covered. The Watermelon-glow Sleeping Pack is an Instagram-favorite that wakes you up to baby-soft, even toned skin. And did I mention how amazing it smells? I love that they’re now offering minis, so you don’t have to commit to a full-sized, full-priced option.

Did I miss any of your favorite Asian beauty brands? If so, drop them in the comments!

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