12 Cult-Favorite K-Beauty Products At Sephora That Are Worthy Of Their Near-Perfect Reviews

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K-beauty is known for blurring the line between skincare and makeup. It's 2019 after all, why should you have to pick between hydrated, healthy skin and a great makeup look? Likewise, so many of the cult-favorite K-beauty products at Sephora refuse to pick either, and even bridge gaps you may've not known you had between your skincare and makeup routines.

Take a look at the LANEIGE Lip Sleeping Mask to see that for yourself. From a quick peek at its page, you may agree that a mask for your lips is inarguably handy, especially during the winter; you apply the balm before falling asleep and let the vitamins, antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid seep into chapped lips overnight. But between choosing a $20 lip mask and a $2 chapstick somewhere else, you may end up whisked away to other corners of Sephora's website.

That's where the beauty community comes in. Over 3,500 shoppers have left perfect 5-star reviews for the lip mask on Sephora's website, making it known to all shoppers that this lip mask doesn't just help chapped lips — it's vital to makeup application. Reviewers note that the mask not only eliminates the need for other products like lip exfoliators, it creates a smoother canvas for future lipstick applications.

So while you are spending a little more on a mask than on a drugstore chapstick, you get that much more in results; and since you use the balm at night, it's less likely you'll lose it somewhere in your purse. (Plus, reviews say that one lip mask container will last forever.)

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Once you transform your lips, other K-beauty products are on-deck to make the rest of your face ready for makeup. The AmorePacific Treatment Enzyme Peel and Saturday Skin Rub-A-Dub Refining Peel Gel are fan-favorite treatments that remove dull skin. Saturday Skin's retails for $28, while the AmorePacific peel will cost you $60. Both are formulated with papaya enzymes and have hundreds of glowing reviews — the key difference (beyond the rest of the ingredients, of course) is that AmorePacific's peel is packaged in the bottle as a powder, not a gel.

Spoiler alert: You don't need to read all of the reviews at Sephora for each K-beauty product. Just keep scrolling for a list of a few favorites that will help your skincare and makeup routines sync up perfectly.

LANEIGE Lip Sleeping Mask

$20

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How great can a mask just for your lips be? Well, according to over 3,500 5-star reviews: pretty amazing. All you have to do is put it on before bed, and voilà — smooth, flake-free lips by morning.

belif The True Cream Aqua Bomb, 1.68 oz

$38

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Not only does this top-rated gel-cream hydrate skin, it also minimizes pores by including the herb lady's mantle.

Neogen Dermalogy Day-Light Protection Sun Screen SPF 50 PA+++

$30

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This moisturizing, lightweight sunscreen absorbs into your skin quickly, but still delivers an impressive SPF 50 punch.

Touch In Sol No Poreblem Primer

$18

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Reviewers say this blurring primer really works, and helps keep makeup in place during the day.

Too Cool For School Egg Cream Mask Hydration

$6

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This affordable mask lets you try a formula similar to Too Cool For School's popular Egg Cream Mask, with an additional splash of hydration.

LANEIGE BB Cushion Hydra Radiance SPF 50

$38

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Need a touch of coverage? Try out this BB cushion from LANEIGE: It says the formula is "foundation-forward".

AmorePacific Treatment Enzyme Peel, 2.5 oz

$60

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This best-selling peel comes out of the bottle as a powder, then transforms into a lather with a few drops of water. It's safe for daily use, as well, so you won't ever have to worry if your moisturizer is actually permeating your skin deeply enough.

Dr.Jart+ Ceramidin Cream

$48

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It's basically impossible to pick which one of Dr.Jart+'s moisturizers to spotlight, but the Ceramidin Cream's focus on the unique, skin-repairing lipid makes it stand out. That, and the 650 perfect reviews.

AmorePacific Color Control Cushion Compact Broad Spectrum SPF 50+

$60

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This all-in-one cushion compact delivers skin-enhancing coverage with SPF 50 protection.

Private Doctor Minus Serum

$49

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While newer, this cutting-edge anti-aging serum — crafted by ID Hospital's founder Dr. Sanghoon Park — has a 4.8-star rating.

Saturday Skin Rub-A-Dub Refining Peel Gel

$28

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This beloved gel uses the enzyme bromelain to peel away dullness and reveal brighter, fresher skin.

LANEIGE Water Bank Moisture Cream

$35

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Another win from LANEIGE, this 4.4-star moisture cream combines six minerals and olive squalane.