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Korean Skin Care Products

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Korean Skin Care Products

Hi, my mom is looking for this product elujai germanium set that she got as a gift from someone. Google search seems to not find a lot of info on this and seems like this might be a exclusive product in Korea? Any idea if there are any korean beauty stores here that might have this?

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Try galleria on York Mills. They have a Korean beauty store near the cashier.
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Try roserose shop or jolse online. They ship to Canada
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I think I've used this before. It was a gift from the Philippines but it is from Korea. It is moisturizing!
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sorry all, didn't get notifications for this thread. Tried a beauty shop on Bloor but they had Sulwhasoo, don't know anything about this brand but it was pretty expensive $400ish for a set. Is this good brand?
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I’ve never used the brand, but try comparing Sulwhasoo product prices at Jolse or even Sephora. There’s currently a Sephora sale that will give you 20% off anything in the store, including any kits they may carry.
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Aznkid2000 wrote: sorry all, didn't get notifications for this thread. Tried a beauty shop on Bloor but they had Sulwhasoo, don't know anything about this brand but it was pretty expensive $400ish for a set. Is this good brand?
I can't use Sulwhasoo but maybe your Mom can. I also can't use Elujai either - but I did google the product and immediately I was able to find it but you would have to order it on-line. Note though that I have many allergies. I really think that you should ask your Mom before buying her any product from any line that she has not used.

I would really prefer not to pay what I have to in order to keep my skin reasonable, but alas I can't! Generally, I have one or two products from every line - with backups of each because you can bet that when I have to replace a product it will be reformulated or discontinued.
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Try Labelle Cosmetic Clinic, the store carries a few Korean skincare products. Also, I remember there is a Korean medical spa near Yonge and Finch, you can also try to give a call.

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