7 Korean Makeup Products That Contain Food! (But Don’t Try To Eat Them!)

Korean makeup brands are giving new meaning to a “fresh face of makeup.” Popular brands like Skinfood, Too Cool for School, and more are tapping the countless health benefits fresh food offers and launching fun, new products that contain ingredients more commonly found on grocery lists. 

With countless benefits that extend beyond nourishing our bodies, foods like fruits, vegetables, and even dairy are cropping up in a variety of makeup products. From face masks to foundations, lipsticks and creams, a few of these products sound good enough to eat—but I recommend sticking to just putting them on your face! 

Skinfood Tomato Jelly Tint Lip

While fruit is a popular ingredient in the makeup realm, tomato is a unique flavor and one not often found around town. But this line of balm-gloss hybrids contains tomato seed oil, which ramps up the hydration to a whole new level. You can definitely save the trip to the produce aisle thanks to this product!

Skinfood White Grape Fresh Foundation

There’s a reason for Skinfood’s brand name and it has everything to do with its knack for finding the best foods for your entire body. This lightweight foundation is made with grape extract, which expands the foundation’s natural coverage capabilities and also keeps the skin hydrated.

Yuri Pibu Grante Cleansing Foam

Yuri Pibu Grante Cleansing Foam is infused with green tea, the antioxidants of which can protect, nourish, and cleanse your skin. Not only that, but this fusion takes dirt, oil, and makeup away without making you dry out.

Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Micro Milk Peel

To me, there is nothing coconut can’t do. Coconut is arguably one of the very best flavors in absolutely anything, and makeup is no exception. Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Micro Milk Peel contains coconut milk, which exfoliates and softens the skin and even minimizes pores.

Too Cool for School Egg Mousse Pack

While there countless ways to cook an egg, Too Cool for School is introducing a new way to enjoy all things egg. The brand’s egg mouse product is not only unique because it is a whipped foam facial mask, but also because it is made from egg white and egg yolk extract, which purifies, hydrates, and smooths.  

Missha X Swisspure Bonne Maman Recipe Mask or Body Cream

I’ll be the first to admit that my love for cheese is borderline obsession, which is why this collaboration between Missha and Swisspure warms my heart, soul, and skin! The line includes a ricotta cheese mask made with real ricotta cheese; a cheese fondue body cream made with real swiss Gruyere cheese, milk, and even wine(!?); and a few other delicacies that I’m having to convince myself I cannot eat with a spoon.

Neogen White Truffle Laycure Oil Stick

Truffles are arguably one of the most luxurious ingredients you can put in a culinary dish, so imagine the height of luxury you get to enjoy with Neogen’s White Truffle Laycure Oil Stick. Not only is it a delicious ingredient in any food dish, but it also keeps the skin hydrated and can transform your complexion—and your bank account, if you know what I mean (truffle is expensive!).

The Entire Tony Moly x Buldak Spicy Chicken Ramen Collection

This entire collection is what dreams are made of.  For those of us weaklings who are not able to stomach the notorious fire noodles, maybe we'll have better luck putting it on our face! The line includes foundation (Hot Coverdak Cushion), blush (Noodle Blusher), a lip balm (Lip Care Stick), and a lip tint (Lip Sauce Tint), all of which pay homage to the Buldak Spicy Chicken Ramen in really cute and fun ways.  

How many of these products would you take a bite out of—I mean test out?

Written by Kayla Webb

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