Traditional Japanese Beauty Tips

Traditional Japanese women's tips on beauty, skin, body and hair care

Below are summaries of informative posts and how-to’s on our site about Japanese women and their traditional beauty routines.

Beauty Tips of Japanese Women

Japanese beauty tipsIf there is no beauty gene, then why are Japanese women regarded as so beautiful by so many around the world? Read about skincare, body and hair care, diet, poise and femininity… Go to post →

How to Use Seaweed For Hair Care

Japanese seaweed for cleansing hairLearn how to use as hair cleanser and conditioner and as deep treatment pack. Information on how seaweed cleanses hair, how to go shampoo-free and importance or regular grooming (preening) hair… Go to post →

How to Use Japanese Camellia Oil

Japanese camellia oil for body and hair careCamellia oil is best when obtained by cold pressing wild-harvested seeds of the Camellia japonica flower (called Tsubaki). Learn how to use for hair, body and skin care, its benefits how it’s made…

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How to Use Japanese Rice Bran to Tone, Brighten and Hydrate skin

how to use Japanese rice bran for skincareShiro Nuka rice bran brightens and evens skin’s tone. It also buffs skin and helps diminish blemishes, wrinkles and fine lines. How to apply the traditional way, facial mask or use as face wash… Go to post →

Nightingale Droppings Facial: Myths, Facts and How to Use

Nightingale dropping for facial careGeishas and Kabuki actors have used Uguisu-no-Fun since mid-Edo period (1603-1868) to brighten and lighten their skin and to remove make up, and for maintaining their much admired pale, porcelain complexion… Go to post →

Soothe Skin and Puffy Eyes with Used Tea Bags

After enjoying your cup sooth-skin-with-tea-bagof tea, there are many things you can do before throwing the little bag of goodness away. Keep it for healing minor burns and cuts, soothing itchy and tired eyes and reducing puffiness… Go to post → 

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Yuri is a contributing editor for Miyazaki Whispers. She has graduate degrees from Ochanomizu University in Tokyo in Japanese classical arts and Yamaguchi University in nutrition and food science. Yuri’s interests are Japanese herbal science and yoga.
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Yuri is a contributing editor for Miyazaki Whispers. She has graduate degrees from Ochanomizu University in Tokyo in Japanese classical arts and Yamaguchi University in nutrition and food science. Yuri’s interests are Japanese herbal science and yoga.

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2 Responses to Traditional Japanese Beauty Tips

  1. Lisa Hallam says:

    Hello,
    I was using the Rice Bran oil to remove my eye makeup but found I may like Camellia oil better for this. Is it recommended to use this oil as an eye makeup remover? If not could you explain why? Thank you !

    • Yoshi Yoshi says:

      Both oils are fine for removing makeup. Some ladies prefer Rice Bran oil because it feels a bit lighter. It is mainly a personal preference.

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