6 Milk Peel Products to Add to Cart This Spring

April 16, 2021
Alanna Martine Kilkeary
By: Alanna Martine Kilkeary | skincare.com by L'Oréal
6 Milk Peel Products to Add to Cart This Spring

A milk peel is a Korean beauty treatment that helps to smooth and brighten the skin. Typically, the in-office practice uses lactic acid to give the skin a “milky” finish, but luckily, there are products on the market that can help you achieve this without hopping on the next jet to Korea. Milk peel products in the U.S are coined after the look and feel of the “milky” product itself, and also leave your skin looking creamy and smooth. Below, we share our favorite “milk peel” skin-care products to help you get a similar effect to the overseas treatment.

Lancôme Milk Peel Rénergie Lift Multi-Action Ultra Milk Peel

For a silky, brightening effect, try this milk peel by Lancôme. It’s a bi-phase peel that works to smooth, refine and exfoliate the skin with Vitamin E, linseed extract, micelles and LHA. It has a milky-lotion consistency which gives it the “milk peel” name.

Kiehl’s Daily Refining Milk Peel Toner

A creamy complexion is easy to achieve when incorporating this milk peel toner into your routine. It contains lipo-hydroxy acid, 23% emollients and almond milk that works to gently exfoliate and soothe the skin’s surface. Your skin will be looking refined and fresh after application.

Erborian Milk & Peel Mask

If you’re looking for a “milk peel” mask treatment, try this formula by Erborian. It uses sesame milk for a “new skin” finish that will make your skin feel soft like velvet. Plus, it only takes five minutes.

Beekman 1802 Triple Milk Peel

This triple milk peel combines BHAs, AHAs and lactic acid to exfoliate the skin and keep it looking even, calm and creamy.

Freeman Feeling Beautiful Almond Milk Peel

We love this almond milk peel mask by Freeman because it’s suitable for sensitive skin and can last 3-4 uses. It also contains lactic acid to slough off dead skin cells and Vitamin E to keep your skin looking silky and vibrant.

Soko Glam Calming Clear Milk Peel Cleansing Balm

Looking to incorporate a milk peel into your daily routine? Try this cleansing balm. It mixes centella asiatica, bambusa arundinacea powder and cellulose that transforms from a balm into an oil to help remove stubborn makeup and pollution. Use this as the first step in your double cleanse for a creamy, hydrated complexion.

Photo Credit: Chaunte Vaughn 

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