Discover the age-old beauty secrets of Japanese women with our comprehensive guide. Dive into six essential tips that unveil the natural ingredients, meticulous routines, and holistic approaches they have cherished for generations.
Each section below offers a glimpse into a specific beauty practice, with insights and links to explore further.
Unleash the radiant, timeless beauty within you with these proven methods.
Beauty Tips of Japanese Women
Japanese women take care of their skin and hair, regularly and meticulously. They eat right, don't overdo makeup, and like to be appreciated more than being noticed. These are learnable skills which will make any woman look more attractive — at any age.
How to Use Japanese Camellia (Tsubaki) Oil for Skin & Hair
Japanese Camellia oil is an excellent all-around moisturizer for the skin as well as for hair, and a rich source of essential fatty acids and numerous anti-aging antioxidants. It is cold-pressed from seeds of yabu-tsubaki, the wild variety of Camellia japonica flower (yabu means wild, tsubaki means camellia).
Japanese Pearl Powder: Benefits for Skin & How to Use
Japanese pearl powder promotes bouncier skin, reduces pore size, lightens tone, and improves texture. It comes from Akoya saltwater oysters by fine-powdering the hand-polished its pearl nacre layer, without hydrolyzing, nano-sizing or any chemical processing.
How to Use Japanese Seaweed to Cleanse, Condition & Care for Hair
Japanese seaweed hair cleanser and conditioner is a nutrient-rich alternative to chemical-based hair care products. It is made from fukuro-funori (also known as jelly moss), ma-kombu (edible kombu), mekabu (roots of wakame seaweed) and nothing else.
How to Use Rice Bran Powder for Skincare & Face Wash
Shiro Nuka is powdered germ plus the inner bran layer (called aleurone) of the Japanese rice, which women in Japan have used for centuries to beautify and maintain their much-admired complexion. It hydrates the skin, evens tone and helps diminish wrinkles and fine lines.
How to Take a Japanese Style Bath at Home
The traditional Japanese bathing is a tranquil ritual perfected through centuries to soothe body and soul, typically taken in the evening. You can make its essentials a part of your daily routine, even if you do not have a Japanese style bath at home.