<!– — As a YesStylist editor, I try out new beauty products on a regular basis. Although it’s great to be able to test different products and share my thoughts and insights with all of you, the downside is the plethora of containers and packaging that just ends up in the trash. As a whole, the K-Beauty industry is gradually tapping into eco-friendliness, brands like innisfree, re:p., Dear, Klairs, PURITO and AIRIVE are already consciously reducing their carbon footprints, and…