A $ 39 serum that promises to give users “glass skin” has a waiting list of 25,000 women eager to get their hands on the bottle.
Peach and Lily’s Glass Skin Refining Serum has over 1,000 five-star reviews and has sold 12 times since launch – many say it’s the ‘best beauty buy’ they’ve ever had. have ever done.
The serum includes a number of so-called “superskin” ingredients, including peach extract, niacinimide, East Asian mountain yam, and hyaluronic acid.
“Glass skin” is a term that has become increasingly popular in the skin care world in recent years, and it describes exceptionally smooth, even and shiny skin that’s so flawless it looks like glass.
$ 39 serum that promises to give users ‘glass skin’ has a waiting list of 25,000 women eager to get their hands on the bottle (pictured after use)
Peach and Lily’s Glass Skin Refining Serum claims 1,000 five-star reviews and has sold 12 times – many say it’s the ‘best beauty buy’ they’ve made (before and after photo)
What ingredients does the serum contain?
* FISH EXTRACT: Packed with vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids known to help keep skin firm, radiant and resilient.
* NIACINIMIDE: Helps with inflammation, provides antioxidant benefits and helps lighten skin.
* IGMANDE EXTRACT FROM THE EAST ASIAN MOUNTAINS: Helps create softer skin and reduce flaking for the ultimate glassy skin.
* HYALURONIC ACID COMPLEX: The blend of short, medium and long chain hyaluronic acid molecules help provide hydration to all levels of the skin.
* PEPTIDE COMPLEX: A blend of peptides is included to signal collagen production to help fill in fine lines and deeply etched wrinkles and firm skin.
It also includes a blend of peptides, which are included to “signal collagen production to help fill in fine lines and deeply etched wrinkles and firm the skin.”
The before-and-after photos shared online show how effective the serum is at smoothing the skin, clearing it of acne, and hydrating it.
After 30 days of consistent use in the morning and evening, one user, Puja, said she noticed “overall improvement”.
âMy sister, who hasn’t seen me for four months, asked me what I was doing differently for my skin because it looks so much better,â Puja wrote.
âThe imperfections are lighter. The skin is much more radiant.
Another fan, Eve, said “it keeps my skin hydrated more than ever and I think it’s probably the best serum I’ve ever used”.
Meanwhile, the product has thousands of five-star reviews on the website.
Peach and Lily founder Alicia Alicia Yoon said you should use the serum morning and night, and apply after cleansing, toning, and before moisturizer.
âThis type of glass skin is best achieved when your skin is calm, without inflammation, hydrated, plumped and well nourished,â she explained.
“These are lofty goals for the skin … but we challenged ourselves to come up with a product that would really help achieve glass skin.”
The serum (photo after use) contains a multitude of “skin donor” ingredients, including peach extract, niacinimide, peptides and hyaluronic acid.
The serum (pictured) also includes a blend of peptides, which are included to “signal collagen production to help fill in fine lines and deeply etched wrinkles and firm skin”
The skin expert added, âWe tested over 200 formulas, including doing facial tests on over 40 cosmetic chemists in our partner lab), but the chemists knew we had to see results – and results. undeniable results.
âSo they continued to test and test to see if it would really be possible to create a product worthy of its name: the Glass Skin Refining Serum. ”
The serum is easy to use, as it absorbs quickly, leaving only “radiant, dewy and glassy skin”.
It is suitable for all skin types and is also fragrance free.
After 30 days of constant use in the morning and evening, one user, Puja, said she noticed an “overall improvement” (before and after photo)
Others found that their acne was significantly reduced when they used the serum (photo before and after a week)
Many have described it as a “super juice” for the skin (photo before and after a day of use)
Many have described it as a “super juice” for the skin, but some say it doesn’t work for everyone.
âUnfortunately, I broke the first time I used this serum. It gave a nice glow before waking up with acne, âwrote one reviewer.
âI’ve been using it twice a day for weeks now and can’t see a difference yet,â added another.
Peach and Lily founder Alicia Yoon (pictured) said she had ‘little toddler facials’ from the age of three; she is now in her thirties
Speaking previously about her own skincare regimen, Peach and Lily founder Alicia Yoon said she had “little toddler facials” from the age of three, and that in Korea, protecting your skin from wrinkles begins at the age of eleven:
âIn Korea, at age 11, anti-aging is already a thing,â she told Byrdie.
“You already go with your mom to your family facialist every week or two.”
Alicia said that in Korea there are all kinds of skin specialists that people visit for their skin problems, from luxury spas to “maintenance clinics” – which the beauty expert says is. something that people treat like a gym membership since they go so regularly.
She also said that there is a family facialist, who takes care of the skin of the whole family.
Alicia, who is currently in her 30s, continues to pamper her skin with a cocktail of masks, vitamins, rich ingredients, and regular facials.