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Are Paper Face Masks Overrated or Underused?: Guest Blogger

As skincare buffs, we wish we could spend our days wandering the world in search of the latest miracle serum, but most of the time we have to wait for the best products to find us. That’s why we’re fans of Peach and Lily, a blog and new online boutique that brings hard-to-find, best-selling beauty products from Korea and Japan to the US. This week, Alicia Yoon and Cindy Kim, the site’s co-founders, will be sharing their globetrotting experiences and dispensing their hard-earned wisdom. image

One of Korea’s biggest beauty trends right now is paper face masks. They’re packed with tons of restorative ingredients like rosehip, walnut, acai berry, collagen, aloe, green tea—and the list goes on. Here’s the lowdown on why these disposable masks are so hot in Asia right now.

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At-Home Asian Sheet Masks: Today’s Obsession

We’ve told you about do-it-yourself Asian sheet masks before on this blog, but now that we’ve had a chance to get our hands on them, we had to report back. Already wildly popular in their home country of South Korea, paper face masks were designed for busy women on a budget, which is pretty much me in a nutshell. I consider myself a skincare devotee, but the truth is my insane schedule and lack of spare funds prohibits me from getting regular pro treatments. Not one to be content with my daily cleansing-moisturizing routine, I’ve been trying a variety of sheet masks from different brands. The current winner: Masqueology, a Korean line that just launched in the U.S. 

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