The SokoGlam Klog Box Is A K-Beauty Dream

Beauty boxes are amazing because they allow you to try new products you might have overlooked otherwise. If you love that idea (and perhaps already dabble in a beauty box or two) get ready for this new amazing option: The Klog Box from Soko Glam has got everything you need for a solid K-beauty routine.

The box is curated by Soko Glam founder Charlotte Cho, a powerhouse in the K-beauty world. Soko Glam keeps ahead of all the latest K-beauty trends, launches, and products and curates them for the American beauty consumer. The box is named after Soko Glam's blog, also run by Cho. The Klog Box is sold exclusively on the Soko Glam website, and includes six skin care products, which will let you pamper yourself indulgently while exploring some new and exciting K-beauty options.

K-beauty buffs will know that the lineup is hands-down amazing. Included in the first month's selection is the Erborian Glow Creme, which acts as a primer, illuminator, and highlighter all in one; the relaxing Manefit Natural Gift Green Tea Pore Care Sheet Mask; and the revitalizing E Nature Birch Juice Hydro Sleeping Mask which is a cream that will work overtime to pamper your skin while you dream.

In addition to that, there is the exfoliating Neogen Bio Peel Gauze Peeling Lemon, which comes in pad form and will slough off your dead skin; the gentle Klavuu Pure Pearlsation Revitalizing Cleansing Foam; and the Missha All Around Safe Block Sebum Zero Sun, which has UV protection up to SPF 50+. If you can't wait to get your hands on these exciting products then you'll be happy to know that they can all be yours right now on the Soko Glam website.

Here's a helpful video of Cho demonstrating how to use each product in the box — as you can see, there's a full blown skin care routine included in this bad boy.

The box is $50, which is a steal considering the fact that all the products are full-sized (the retail value of the box is $100+). It's also limited edition — snap it up now while you can, because once it's gone, it's gone forever. To miss out on something like this would be a K-beauty tragedy.