Korean skincare products are not only known for their efficacious and science-backed formulations, but for their uniquely innovative packaging.

For many skincare lovers, packaging is just as important as formulation. When we purchase a skincare product, the smell, colors, texture, and packaging all play a role in the decision to purchase.

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The Korean skincare industry has topped all the competition with its unique, out-of-the-box packaging that leaves the consumer wanting more. Although the K-skincare industry places a heavy emphasis on product design, there are still some diamonds in the rough that you have probably never seen before. Below, we rounded up a list of 19 unique Korean skincare products that you should know about.

1. Eco Your Skin Booster Serum ($35)

2. Eco Your Skin Layering Essence Ringer Drip ($50)

3. Shangpree Marine Jewel Capsule ($135)

4. Neogen Green Tea Cleansing Stick ($22)

5. Glow Recipe Plum Plump Hyaluronic Acid Serum ($42)

6. Peach Slices Charcoal Crystal Clarifying Shimmer Peel-Off Mask ($12.99)

7. Toun28 H1 Hand Cream ($15.50)

8. Tamburins Hand Cream ($20.80)

9. Tony Moly Minion Aromatherapy Eucalyptus Calming Stick ($16)

10. Sulwhasoo Inner Charging Serum ($65.99)

11. Missha Time Revolution Artemisia Treatment Essence ($55)

12. Mauve Fantastic Ever Cool Kids Never Sleep Cream ($23.92)

13. Sulwhasoo Bloom Stay Vitalizing Eye Cream ($100)

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14. Neogen Bio-Peel Green Tea Gauze Peeling ($27)

15. Glow Recipe Lip Pop Duo ($22)

16. Neogen Probiotic Double Action Serum ($34.20)

17. Missha Wish Stone Jelly Tints ($7)

18. Catch Me Patch Pimple Patch ($8.70)

19. Then I Met You Living Cleansing Balm ($38)


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