Korean Dramas Are Obsessed With This Beauty Product. We’ve Found Indian Dupes For It


The Korean drama wave has now become a tsunami and there’s no escaping me Lately, most of my discussions at the coffee table include what’s happening in The Glory. I’m going to be brutally honest, I’m not an ardent lover of K-Dramas because I haven’t had the chance to watch as many. However, a common factor my observant eyes spotted was the use of a specific beauty product in most of these K-Dramas. That’s how I spotted The Kahi Wrinkle Bounce Multi Balm and got intrigued to know more about it popularity.

The Kahi Wrinkle Bounce Multi Balm is everywhere and perhaps I am late to the hype group. I didn’t miss Choi Soo-yeon in Extraordinary Attorney Woo relying on this balm for a quick touch-up. And then, I spotted Kim Go Eun using it in The King: Eternal Monarch. So, what’s so special about this product?

Kahi Wrinkle Bounce Multi Balm

On the quest for plump skin that will make you look like a dewy dumpling? That’s what Kahi’s Wrinkle Bounce Multi Balm promises you. Infused with enriching ingredients like salmon collagen, carrot root extract and jeju natural oils, this balm packs a massive punch! A multipurpose stick, it serves all beauty needs. Not only can it be used as a hydrating balm for the skin, but it can also be used to prep the skin for makeup. If that wasn’t enough, this balm is increasingly used to add extra shine to your makeup too! Some reviews state that it’s also been used to tame excess flyaways. Whew! That’s a great list of benefits.

Now, who wouldn’t wanna use a versatile product which eliminates the need for you to own multiple products? However, to our dismay, Kahi’s Wrinkle Bounce Multi Balm isn’t available in India. So, I went on a long hunt to scour for dupes since the concept of multi-use balms is still very new to the beauty industry.

Here are a few dupes for the Kahi Wrinkle Bounce Multi Balm that are just as good!

FAE Beauty Basic Skinstick

This homegrown brand has nailed it when it comes to innovation. The Basic Skinstick is technically supposed to be a serum in a stick format. Quite cool, we know! Specially focusing on barrier repair with ingredients like ceramides and squalene, this product is created to ensure your skin feels healthier with each use. It’s non-greasy finish is perfect for daily use, and multiple reapplications too.

Pixi Beauty On-The-Glow Multi-Use Moisture Stick


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A cult-favourite product that’s found a permanent spot in the vanities of beauty lovers all across the globe, Pixi Beauty’s On-The-Glow Multi-Use Moisture Stick is a solid, nourishing moisturiser. Not only can it be used on face and hair, but even on your body when it’s feeling a little parched. Vitamin D2 and glycolic acid blend together to offer your skin a boost of hydration and regeneration. However, oily skin types should steer clear from this one since it could clog your pores.

Revolution Relove H2O Hydrate Fix Stick

Intense hydration in a stick? Revolution Relove’s H20 Hydrate Fix Stick has got your back. Ideally meant to be used as a moisturiser and primer, I’ve found that this one layers on top of your makeup like a dream. And if your lips feel extra chapped, nothing a couple of swipes of this can’t fix!

SUGAR Cosmetics Aquaholic Hydrating Stick

Doing justice to its name, the SUGAR Cosmetics Aquaholic Hydrating Stick delivers an icy cooling sensation to your skin, something we’re all craving a little too often this summer. Infused with menthol and aloe vera, both of which work effectively to soothe the skin, this hydrating stick is a summer must-have. All thanks to its cooling properties, this one also works like a charm to depuff puffy eyes.

The Body Shop Tea Tree All-In-One Stick

Sensitive and acne-prone skin girlies, we got you with this one. The Body Shop’s Tea Tree All-In-One Stick is a solid balm that is meant to purify congested skin and battle acne. If usual face balms tend to wreak havoc on your sensitive skin, this one is your best bet with it’s acne-targeting ingredients such as tea tree oil and salicylic acid.

- Beauty Writer


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