Beyond the scrumptious food and the unique nightlife that Bangkok, Thailand is known for, the Southeast Asian city is home to world-class beauty brands that every beauty lover must buy products from. Here is a quick rundown of some of the best brands that are worthy of global attention!

Beauty Buffet

Now slowly starting their way to market domination, Beauty Buffet is one of Bangkok’s most unique beauty brands with its “food” concept. “The most delicious beauty shop in town” offers a well-curated selection of affordable makeup, skincare, and haircare products – just like an actual buffet in a restaurant! The whitening milk range is a fan favorite.

Beauty Buffet is located in several branches across the city.

(Image Source: Beauty Buffet’s Official Instagram)


This brand capitalizes heavily on their Thai heritage when it comes to natural remedies and rituals. Panpuri is known for being at the forefront of the country’s organic movement, and their products have been known for being highly effective and backed up with scientific results. Three of their “most adored” collections are the Indochine, Ultimate Hand Cream, and Siamese Water collections.

While Pañpuri has 12 stores in Bangkok, give their Signature Store a visit at Gaysorn, Lobby Level, 999 Ploenchit Rd., Bangkok 10330.

(Image Source:Pañpuri Official Instagram)

Srichand Powder

Established 1948, Srichand is legendary beauty brand in the country. Known for their translucent powders and secret formula powder products, the brand recently got a makeover so that they could appeal to a much younger market – thus, making sure that they stay the legends that they are in Thailand.

Srichand is available at Watsons, Boots, EveAndBoy, and many other retailers.

(Image Source: Srichand Official Instagram)


One of the more accessible brands, Mistine claims to be the “#1 cosmetics brand” in the country. While they have a good selection of makeup, they are best known for their high caliber mascaras, eyeliners, and the Magic Secret Lip Tint. Mistine is truly a brand that you can’t miss – especially with all the ads in the BTS stations!

Mistine is available via direct selling or through Watsons and EveAndBoy.

(Image Source: Mistine Official Instagram)

 Siam Botanicals

If you’re into all-natural beauty, you can rely on Siam Botanicals for effective face oils and masks that guarantee great results. Another unique selling point of the beauty brand is the fact that they really give a lot of value to sustainability when it comes to their sourcing. Their organic argan oil is a fan favorite, alongside their organic castor oil with vitamin E.

Siam Botanicals has three outlets in Bangkok, but you can go to their flagship store at No 6 OP Garden Mall, Soi Chaloenkrung 36, Chaloenkrung Road, Bangrug, Bangkok 10500.

(Image Source: Siam’s Official Instagram)

Beauty Cottage


This is Bangkok’s answer to Korea’s Etude House. Just like its Korean counterpart, Beauty Cottage is known for its Parisian-inspired aesthetic and for offering “natural crafted beauty.” The locals simply love this brand, because it’s affordable and their products are just so fun to use! No doubt, they have the potential to tap even more Asian markets.

Beauty Cottage can be found in many locations in the city.

(Image Source: Beauty Cottage’s Official Instagram)

Oriental Princess

If you’re looking for a more straightforward product line, then Oriental Princess is the way to go. One of the more upscale brands focusing on skincare, high praise has been given to their Natural Power C Miracle Brightening land Beneficial Ultimate Coverage Foundation lines. Oriental Princess appeals to a more mature market, so you’ll find the perfect present for mom or auntie!

Oriental Princess has several branches in the city, but you can go to the MBK Center outlet at 441 3rd Floor Room no. 3B23 Phayathai Road , Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330.

(Image Source: Oriental Princess Official Instagram)

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