Cosmetics Shopping Guide: The best place to shop for beauty products like SK-II & Laneige
South Korea has long been at the forefront of beauty skin care and cosmetics industry. Shopping for Korean beauty products has become a norm not only in Asia but other countries as well.
One of Laneige’s best-sellers: BB Cushion Whitening | Photo Courtesy: Laneige Singapore
As a global sensation, Korean cosmetics brand Laneige paved its way to a bigger market causing a larger export on beauty products each year with BB Cream and Water Bank as some of their top-sellers. BBC reported that more than $2.64bn worth of cosmetics products was exported from Korea in 2015.
SK-II a Japanese skin care brand | Photo Courtesy: SK-II
In the past years, not only Laneige but Japanese skin care brand SK-II has made its presence felt in countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Thailand. The global popularity of Laneige and SK-II has made it easier for customers to purchase these gems wherever they are in the world.
If you fly to any of Asia’s thriving countries, you can go for a shopping spree and purchase your favourite Laneige and SK-II products while on your travel adventure!
Laneige BB Cushion | Photo Courtesy: Laneige Singapore
Shopping, aside from eating is one of the best things to do in Singapore and here you can buy one of Laneige’s top selling items to complete your Singapore shopping list – the BB Cushion Anti-aging priced at $SGD62 or an SK-II best-seller R.N.A POWER Cream at $230.
SK-II R.N.A POWER Cream | Photo Courtesy: SK-II
And while finishing off a Hong Kong shopping spree, you can take home SK-II’s Whitening Source Derm Revival Mask at $HKD728. If you buy in Lazada Malaysia, you can purchase this for only RM100.
If you ever find yourself walking through the streets of Bangkok, Thailand shopping should always be a part of your itinerary! Go and purchase Laneige products and SK-II products that range from 1,835 THB up to 10,000+ THB and complete your beauty regime!
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