Welcome to the Peach and Lily Pop Up Shop where we share select...
Welcome to the Peach and Lily Pop Up Shop where we share select items while supplies last - It’s a great way to try out a fresh variety of K-Beauty items from coveted classics to those just in. Be quick! Inventory is highly limited and we’re sure they’ll go fast. All items are final sale. Below is a quick overview of some of the products in our Pop Up. Read on and, if you see something you like, be sure to grab it before it sells out.
Argan oil saved my face! (Part II)
Just a couple weeks ago, I wrote about how argan oil saved my face. (this one: I focused mostly on how it helped me keep my face hydrated during the harsh winter, which was amazing since my naturally very dry skin is so hard to keep well hydrated in the winter.
Top Tips for Spring Skincare from Korea’s leading spa, Shangpree
During our March #SeoulBeautyTripping visit to Seoul, we met with Shangpree’s Director of Product Development and R&D Dr. Wol Hee and asked her what she recommended for spring skincare. Here are the four tips she gave us:
Michelle Phan: Summer Sunset Glow + Bonfire Party Ideas
If Michelle Phan’s new video doesn’t make you want have a beach bonfire, we don’t know what will. With July 4th right around the corner, we may or may not be scouring Facebook for beach parties to crash this weekend. 
Earn $25 - Ready, Set, Refer!
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The Sun Club: UVAs Not Welcome
The concept of sun protection seems simple in theory: put sunscreen on, block harmful UVA & UVB rays. 
Addicted to Sheet Masks
Hi everyone! I’m a summer intern here at Peach & Lily (yes, I know I have the best job!). And, like a lot of you, I’m fairly new to the wonderful world of Korean skincare, and I’m officially a convert.
aromatica - Our Natural & Organic Champion
The thing is, the FDA unfortunately doesn’t tightly regulate these labels, so cosmetic companies are essentially free to slap any label on any product they please. So that “organic” or “natural” moisturizer actually can contain synthetic chemicals, and even worse, according to the EWG (Environmental Working Group), “those certified as organic can contain as little as 10 percent organicingredients by weight or volume.”