An Asian-owned grocery store in the U.S. says it has made a Korean skin cream that helps prevent wrinkles, especially in older Asian women.
The product, called K-Skin Whitening Gel, is sold under the brand name OPI, which stands for OPI’s Skin-Shaping Products.
It’s the latest in a line of Asian cosmetics that contain ingredients made from ingredients found in Korean skin.
It’s also the first time that Korean skin creams have been marketed in the United States, according to K-Pop brand OPI.
In addition to the ingredients, K- Skin Whitening Cream is made from fermented soybean protein, the same ingredient found in the Asian food products K-pop’s other brands are made from.
The ingredients also include soybean oil, which has been shown to reduce wrinkles, and water, which is an antioxidant that helps keep skin looking fresh and supple.
The Korean skin care brand is one of a growing number of Asian companies producing skin-whitening products that are marketed in South Korea and overseas.
In 2014, Korean cosmetics company K-Beauty launched an international cosmetics line in partnership with beauty giant Clinique.