Love Korean beauty products and skincare? Here are some Instagram accounts focusing on Korean beauty and skincare tips that you ought to follow to feed your addiction. 


Thank you @wwd for recognizing me this year as one of the “40 under 40”, it is SUCH an honor to have my name listed alongside 39 industry leaders I respect and look up to. When I started @sokoglam with @davekcho back in 2012, it was simply a passion project to share how much I loved Korean beauty with the rest of the world. I did not know it would lead me on this wonderful journey that affords me the privilege to do the work that excites me every single day. For all those who supported me, thank you, because as it “takes a village” to raise a child, there is no doubt in my mind that Soko Glam was a product of our amazing community and Team Soko Glam that is working hard behind the scenes! . I have a personal pledge that is very important to me and I would like you to know. I promise to use this privilege, this opportunity and this platform to do good in this world. I have so many ideas on how I can serve my community. Just know that this is just the beginning, and I won’t let you down. Thank you and love you guys!!

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#1 Charlotte Cho (@charlottejcho)
Not only is Charlotte the founder of SokoGlam, an online store that curates and sells Korean beauty products in America, she’s also one of the people who started the whole Korean beauty craze in the US and a licensed esthetician! We love following Charlotte because she dishes out Korean beauty tips and tricks and has such amazing skin herself.


#2 Alicia Yoon (@aliciayoon121)
Just like Charlotte, Alicia is the founder of Peach & Lily, a website that curates and sells Korean beauty products in America. On her instagram account, Alicia focuses more on educating her followers on skincare ingredients, processes and much more.



#3 Christine Chang (@christine_glow)
Christine co-founded Glow Recipe, a Korean skincare blog and marketplace for those hoping to get great skin. Why you’ll love her: Christine (who lives in New York) keeps it real and dishes out real beauty advice that ladies living in hectic cities can relate to. Her feed is also interspersed with photos of adorable food items she finds in Korea.


#4 Sarah Lee (@sarah_glow)
Together with Christine, Sarah founded Glow Recipe. Sarah is a huge fan of sheet masking and we love seeing her mask selfies. Following her means you’ll be reminded to take good care of your skin too!


#5 Vanessa Remoquillo (@vanessremoquillo)
She might not be Korean but Vanessa definitely loves her Korean beauty products. Vanessa’s Instagram stories have interesting and useful tips on skincare and beauty. Vanessa also lives in Berlin so her snaps usually include beautiful European landscapes and food!

This article was first published on The Singapore Women’s Weekly.