Recently, I've been obsessed with all the different skincare products around the world. And, it doesn't seem like I'm the only one. Micellar water from Europe, sheet masks from Asia are all the rage right now. And, almost every other day, I've gotten my greedy little hands on a new never-tried-before product that was created on the other side of the world.
While I have tried a lot of different products from a lot of different sites and stores, I'm delightfully surprised that Target has become one of my go-to stores for new interesting skincare products.
The curation is fantastic. Think best-sellers that women from the UK already enjoy, or staples to many Korean women. Target is identifying these hot products and bringing them to you at one of the most visited stores in the US!
Exciting! Why? Normally, you'd have to purchase an item through a site that may or may not be secure, be patient with long international shipping times, and pay 2-3x the retail cost of a product!
There are a multitude of international beauty products now on Target. And some of them have rapidly become bestsellers in spite of being very new to the US market.
Most of the time, when I try new products, international or not, the results are unimpressive and underwhelming. But, these 2 new international skincare products from Target were surprisingly effective, especially for their cost!
Laneige originally hails from South Korea. And the water sleeping mask is a very popular bedtime mask that you apply once or twice a week on top of your serum/moisturizer/toner. While it's called a mask, it's really a cream that seals in your lotions and serums. It sinks in, and it's not washed off until the next morning.
Skin is more hydrated the next day, and the price is hard to argue with. The packaging is luxurious as well.
Boots No 7 Protect and Perfect Intense serum comes from the UK, and is a very very affordable effective serum.
***Note: Your local Target store may not have these products in stock. I ordered mine online. :P
This reads like a sponsored post, but it's not. I truly am impressed with how Target has curated highly-sought-after, effective international beauty products. Btw, if any post is ever sponsored, it will be stated as such. :P
Have you tried any of Target's international beauty products? If so, we want to know your experience and opinion.