Store Highlight - AdoreYou Beauty Store
This is a sponsored article. All opinions are my own.
I’ve been seriously into Korean skincare for over four years now, trying dozens (if not hundreds) of products and looking for the best places to buy them. I was recently introduced to an online shop that offers well known brands on the luxury side of the skincare spectrum at a discount.
AdoreYou works directly with consultants in South Korea to secure the best pricing for the customers on brands like Sulwhasoo, Hera, The History of Whoo, and others. You can find the current offerings on their Facebook page and Instagram.
AdoreYou ships within the US. My package came in just a few days, full of products I’ve eyed for years but couldn’t quite talk myself into splurging on. Watch the unboxing video here (or, if you prefer a reel, then here).
Everything arrived in great shape and carefully packaged. Lienie, one of the owners, is a wealth of information when it comes to the brands and openly talks about how the store secures its great prices and ensures product authenticity.
Here are the goodies I received:
Sulwhasoo time treasure kit
Sulwhasoo first care activating serum
Sulwhasoo ginseng cream
Plus some samples and a sheet mask that can be even used overnight! While I am not quite ready to review each individual item (I like to take my time “test driving” the products), so far I’m really enjoying them.
The Time Treasure kit is an especially wonderful experience, because I can do a full post-cleanse routine exactly the way the brand intended it, from toner to cream / eye cream. I’ve used everything for several nights now and there is still a lot left. I’ve barely made a dent in the eye cream.
I’m loving the unique packaging and herbal scents of Sulwhasoo. It’s unlike any other brands I’ve had before. I can definitely see why people love them so much.
Have you tried any of these products? What did you think? And if you have other favorites from the brands, please let me know.
AdoreYou runs their business through Facebook, so send their page a message if you want to order something.