The Verge’s sister site BuzzFeed has partnered with Kimchi cosmetics to offer a full range of cosmetics for women who are looking to take control of their beauty and well-being.
The products range from the popular skincare brand to skincaria, and all are made by the Korean company.
The products range in price from $29.99 to $69.99 depending on the product, which includes an assortment of moisturizers and moisturizers, skin treatments, makeup, and skin care products.
The full list of products available for purchase is available on the company’s website.
Kimchi also recently added beauty-focused skincares to its Beauty and Beyond line of beauty products, which include a skincarian-made serum and a serum made with kiwi fruit extracts, which is also used for the treatment of dryness and inflammation.
The serum comes in a range of skin-whitening, whitening, moisturizing, and hydrating formulas.
It also comes in different formulations for oily, acne-prone skin.
There’s also an extensive list of cosmetics that can be applied to the face, as well as body and hair.
The makeup range includes a line of makeup brushes, eyeliners, and makeup pads.
Cosmetics also include an extensive range of body and face products, including foundation, moisturizers for oily skin, skincarias, and masks.
The beauty line is not the only cosmetics Kimchi is selling, however.
The brand also announced that its own line of moisturizer products, also known as Moisturizer, will be available on launch day.
The new product line will offer three types of moisturizing formulas, which range from a light gel that is easy to use to a heavier formula that is formulated for a more luxurious and hygienic appearance.
The product is available for $17.99.
It includes a range with various products for oily and acne-free skin.