Here at Beauteque, we’re all about trying out new products. Today we’d like to introduce you to a Korean brand that just recently stepped into the limelight – LadyKin!
LadyKin has been in the game since 2005. They started out providing makeup bases and color cosmetics to well-known brands such as Missha, Skinfood, and Tony Moly. With the recent western spotlight focusing on Korean beauty, it’s not hard to imagine LadyKin’s transition from supplier to manufacturer. LadyKin launched in 2012 and claims they use “affordable, high-quality, and eco-friendly ingredients that are free from parabens and synthetic colors.” Sounds good to us! LadyKin also claims their products “create long-lasting effects and are available in a vast array of colors that are easy to apply even for beginners.” Ladykin is a one-stop brand that offers skincare, makeup, cleansers, and even products geared towards men. Whatever look you are trying to achieve, LadyKin has a product that will get you there. Let’s take a look at a couple of their most popular products:
LadyKin’s Vanpir Dark Repair Cream is one of the brand’s highest-reviewed products and it’s easy to see why. Looking at the label, it claims to stimulate skin’s metabolism. It absorbs easily without feeling greasy and is helps to reduce wrinkles, freckles, blemishes, and facial spots. It’s also supposed to help reduce the appearance of pores as well as brighten and soften skin. This product is so popular, we sold out of it within a couple weeks of stocking it!
Another popular LadyKin product is their Affinitic Snail Cream. The Affinitic Snail Cream contains 80% snail mucin, which if you’re up on beauty trends you know is packed with enzymes that restore skin by replenishing moisture and supporting cell regeneration. This can help fade acne scars, smooth uneven complexions, and reduce hyperpigmentation. Awesome! Not only does this product contain snail mucin, it also comes packaged in an adorable snail-shaped container that can be reused! You can purchase LadyKin’s Affinitic Snail Cream from Beauteque here.
If the LadyKin brand seems to be right up your alley, shop the rest of their products here!
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