Meet The Affordable K Beauty Brand That You Can Buy At CVS
What if I told you that you could get the highest level skincare right at your local drugstore? Well, believe it, because this brand is making all of your skincare dreams come true. The brand Peach Slices is a K-beauty skincare line that uses all natural products at an amazing price. Not to mention the packaging: these products are almost too adorable to use — but you will and odds are that you will love them.
The holy trinity of skincare is affordability, simplicity, and results. Peach Slices has all three, plus you don't have to leave your house to get it. Pinch yourself, because you're not dreaming. The Yoon, the CEO and Founder of Peach & Lily, — a Korean beauty site — has created her own beauty line and it's one to watch. Unlike some other K-beauty items you've seen, these are all easy to use and at an affordable price. I'm talking moisturizer for $12 and sheet masks for $2.50. It's pretty darn incredible.
As of right now, there are nine items to choose from. The six sheet masks, lip mask, gel moisturizer, and acne spot dots are the basic skincare necessities. Ready for the best part? You can buy them all from your local CVS or shop online at the Peach & Lily or CVS website.
"We toiled to bring multi-tasking, efficient infusions with a focus on natural ingredients like honey, yuzu, and botanical ingredients well loved in Korea like morning calm flower," Yoon says on the site's blog. "We think you’ll love products like our serum-and-moisturizer in one, acne spot patches and a hydrating lip mask that truly stays on."
Each item is super affordable and uses high-quality ingredients. Those are two words you don't normally hear in the same sentence. According to the blog, nothing that they create will be more than $31, which is music to a skincare-lovers ears. All of the items are currently in-store on the Peach & Lily website as well as online at CVS.
So what are you waiting for? Go head over to the websites and stock up on these incredible items. I will warn you though — it might just be the gateway brand to a whole new world of skincare.