Cheap Korean Skincare Products under $15 on Amazon

Cheap Korean Skincare Products under $10 on Amazon

Cheap Korean skincare and mindlessly scrolling Amazon for deals are my top two vices, so let’s funnel that into something good! Just because something is cheap doesn’t mean it’s too good to be true, there are some real treasures hiding out there! I’ve thrown together my top 10 cheap Korean skincare products on Amazon for under ten bucks, keep scrolling to learn about some unique and affordable K-Beauty addict approved skincare.

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Cheap Korean Skincare you can find on Amazon

1. Elizavecca Hell Pore Hyaluronic Acid Serum $8.28

This is honestly the best Korean skincare hyaluronic serum I’ve ever had the pleasure to smear on my face. This is a 97% HA (hyaluronic acid) serum. HA helps your skin retain moisture and boosts the effectiveness of any moisturizing products that are applied after using it (like your moisturizer).

Why am I recommending it?

  • It’s a great steal for under $9 bucks
  • I’m a sucker for Elizavecca’s cute packaging
  • It’s 97% HA, most serums at this price point are diluted with cheaper ingredients like aloe vera or glycerin
Elizavecca Hell Pore Control Hyaluronic acid Serum

2. One Bad Motha’foamer Mask $13.00

This is very similar to the Elizavecca Milky Piggy mask that went viral in the skincare community a few years ago but with some added ingredients! From the brand: Natural clay and activated charcoal deeply penetrate your pores to draw out impurities, while carbonated bubbles effervesce into a lightweight foam that clings to your skin.

Why am I recommending it?

  • Bubbling masks are just good plain old fun!
  • Collagen, charcoal and rosemary extract make this a great mask for acne skin types
One Bad Motha'foamer Mask

3. Gudetama Lazy & Joy Egg Bun Puff $5.99

Gudetama instantly makes everything cuter, don’t you think? This puff is actually from a huge Gudetama inspired line by the brand Holika Holika. You can read more about it here! I use a beauty blender everyday for blending foundation; I’ve never been a brush gal.

Why am I recommending it?

  • At $5.99 this is a perfect stocking stuff for any K-Beauty addict
  • It expands like a real beauty blender unline a lot of cheaper makeup sponges
Gudetama Lazy & Joy Egg Bun Puff 

4. NEOGEN Dermalogy Real Fresh Cleansing Foam $12.50

I haven’t been this fascinated by a facial cleanser before! This is a foaming green tea cleanser by NEOGEN dermalogy with real tea leaves suspended in the bottom of the pump! There’s a built-in strainer that keeps the tea from getting out, it’s like having a freshly steeped cup of tea infused into your skincare.

Why am I recommending it?

  • This is suitable for all skin types!
  • It’s fragrance-free *woot woot*
  • It’s the perfect cleanser for double cleansing routines and is gentle enough for even extremely sensitive skin
Korean Skincare NEOGEN Dermalogy Real Fresh Cleansing Foam

5. SAFISA Eye Gel Cream $15

I’m going to be honest about why I love this eye cream, I’m really digging the injector packaging and that’s what drew my eye to this product! The plunger guarantees you can get every last drop of product out. I hate scraping around for the last dregs of cream from one of those horrible tubes. I usually end up snipping the end of the tube off during my mission to extract every drop.

SAFISA Eye Gel Cream 

6. Daiso Reusable Silicone Mask Cover $4.42

This re-usable silicon mask is meant to extend the wear time of sheet masks so you can get more efficient moisturizing results! You could also use this over thicker mask creams for the same reason. These masks prolong the wear time of any facemask product or #mudmask by preventing air contact and delaying the product drying down. The earloops also make it easier to wear while doing other things, I usually wander the house tidying things up while letting my mask work its magic but standard sheet masks love to slip off.

Why am I recommending this?

  • Unlimited re-usable sheet mask sessions? Yes, please!!
  • It’s very easy to wash in soapy water
  • The earloops are very comfy, a lot of masks are too tight to wear long term.
Daiso Reusable Silicon Mask Cover 

7. MIZON Snail Repair Intensive Ampoule $13.89

This super boosted snail ampoule is from the cult classic Korean skincare brand Mizon. It’s 80% snail mucus extract + cranberry, raspberry, and cherry extracts! Snail infused skincare used to weird me out but once I actually started using it I knew I would never turn back.

Cheap Korean Skincare  MIZON Snail Repair Intensive Ampoule

8. Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oil  $11.88

I’m a firm believer in the double cleansing method, and this Etude House Cleansing Oil is the perfect first step. In cause you haven’t heard of this before let me give you a quick breakdown. Double cleansing is wonderful for removing every last bit of your makeup! You first start with an oil-based cleanser to break up any grime you’ve acquired throughout the day and remove all your makeup. Then you do a second cleanse with a water-based cleanser to remove any leftover dirt and take care of your skin now that all the makeup is gone.

Why am I recommending this?

  • It’s perfect for double cleansing
  • It will remove all makeup including waterproof formulas
  • It’s suitable for all skin types (yes, even oily skin!)
Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oil

9. Elizavecca Swallow Nest Serum $10.60

Elizavecca is back at it again with a 97% swallow nest extract serum. Why would you want to put swallow nest extract on your face you say? Let me explain!

Why am I recommending this?

Bird’s nest extract contains glycoproteins and amino acids, and essential minerals such as iron, magnesium, potassium, and calcium. It accelerates the rejuvenation of epidermal cells to improve the elasticity and suppleness of the skin!

Elizavecca Swallow Nest Serum

10. Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask $8.95

There’s a reason this mask is such a cult classic within the skincare community. I wish this mask existed when I was in my teens going to slumber parties, this bubbling concoction is just waaay too much fun to wear (and to take a selfie or two). It’s great for sensitive skin and always leaves my skin feeling smooth and bouncy.

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask 

Which of these cheap Korean skincare goodies would find its way into your shopping cart first?

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