When it comes to cutting-edge beauty trends and products, we've seen time and time again that K-beauty knows what's up. The challenge? Getting your hands on the latest beauty innovations often involves some serious digging on sites you might not be familiar with, and it can be tough to distinguish between what's a little sketch and what's a well-kept secret just waiting to become the Next Big Thing (and your favorite new product). But sorting through it all just got easier — CVS is launching K-Beauty in stores and online, so reliably genius products are more accessible than ever.
The drugstore partnered with K-beauty giant Peach & Lily’s Alicia Yoon to curate the line of more than 100 products, which will be available at 2,100 stores across the country. This means it'll be in more stores than any other retailer worldwide, according to CVS.
Among the offerings? Literally any skin care product you could possibly imagine. Think facial mists, moisturizers, serums, toners, and sheet masks galore. CVS will stock seven different brands, and for some of them, this launch marks their U.S. debut. One of them is also Yoon's new easy-meets-effective beauty brand, Peach Slices, which will be a CVS exclusive.
Whether your goal is a brighter, clearer, firmer, or more hydrated complexion, one thing's for sure: everything has the potential to give you the best skin of your life. The items will become available starting in April 2017, but here's a look at seven of the best things you can already spot on the CVS website (even if you can't click order quite yet).
1. Ariul Juice Cleanse Mask
Ariul Juice Cleanse Mask, $3, CVS
This outstandingly packaged sheet mask is like a juice cleanse for your face. It's designed to smooth pores and calm skin.
2. Peach Slices Aqua Jelly Lip Mask
Peach Slices Aqua Jelly Lip Mask, $4, CVS
Those hydrating lip masks everyone's been buzzing over? Slap one on for yourself to see what the hype's about.
3. Peach Slices Acne Patches
Peach Slices Acne Patches, $4, CVS
These patches are a mess-free way to spot-treat annoying blemishes.
4. Elisha Coy Snail Hydrogel Eye Patch
Elisha Coy Snail Hydrogel Eye Patch, $14, CVS
If you've ever wondered about trying the snail-slime trend for yourself, here's your chance. What's a little ickiness if it's really as effective as people say?
5. Peach Slices Pore-Shrinking Mask
Peach Slices Tighten Mask, $3, CVS
This mask promises to reduce the appearance of pores, but if that's not your goal, there are also brightening, calming, clarifying, firming, and hydrating options. (And at less than $3 each, you can try them all.)
6. The Saem Iceland Hydrating Eye Stick
The Saem Iceland Hydrating Eye Stick, $9, CVS
This product cools, calms, and brightens your undereyes. Plus, look how cute!
7. The Saem Chocopie Hand Cream
The Saem Chocopie Hand Cream, $7, CVS
Just in case you run out of actual cookies in your purse. Tragic, but this might take the edge off.