The Korean skin care (and diet) craze has spread to America in recent years.

8 hottest `egg` skin care products in Korea

TonyMoly’s Shiny Skin Soap duo can be used alternately morning and night ($11; memebox.com)

Beauty brands from Korea constantly innovate formulas according to trends to satisfy customers and increase competitiveness in the market.

8 hottest `egg` skin care products in Korea

3-step blackhead mask ($3; memebox.com)

The beautifying power of eggs is hidden beyond its delicate shell, capable of minimizing skin disorders and fighting salmonella bacteria found in food.

8 hottest `egg` skin care products in Korea

Skinfood Egg White Pore Foam Facial Cleanser ($16; sokoglam.com)

Product lines from Eggs absorb quickly into the skin, without causing greasiness, from moisturizers, serums to sheet masks, and are common ingredients in facial cleansers.

8 hottest `egg` skin care products in Korea

Mizon Egg White Bubble Cleanser ($23; peachandlily.com)

`Adding egg whites in facial cleansers can offset the side effects of cosmetics that cause dry skin, increasing elasticity on the skin’s surface,` explains dermatologist Ellen Marmur – New York.

8 hottest `egg` skin care products in Korea

Egg Mousse Pack from Too cool for school ($24.50; sephora.com)

The Egg Mousse Pack skin care mask from Too cool for school has become the Holy Grail in the land of kimchi thanks to its pure egg yolk extract that tightens pores, cleans and softens skin, and the whipped egg cream foam,

8 hottest `egg` skin care products in Korea

TonyMoly Egg Pore Tightening Cooling Pack ($12; ulta.com)

The lovely Egg-shaped mask from Tony Moly has a quite `pure` ingredient list, extracting heated activated carbon, sea salt, eggshell powder, like a magnet to remove oiliness and `clean up`.

8 hottest `egg` skin care products in Korea

Lanolin-Ägg-Tväl Egg Soap ($5; catbirdnyc.com)

However, Korea is not the first country to exploit beauty ingredients from the kitchen.

8 hottest `egg` skin care products in Korea

Perricone MD Serum ($155; sephora.com)

In the US, the brand  Perricone MD chooses eggshell and retinol (vitamin A) to prepare a serum for its wrinkle-reducing solution.

The 8 skin care products reviewed by ELLE above are worth trying if you are an Egg beauty fanatic:

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