Top Ten Japanese Beauty Products
Japanese cosmetics have been playing a much bigger role in the make-up world recently, and Japanese brands are regularly being complimented for their innovation and design. Japanese products tend to focus on the way skin looks and feels and are often made from natural ingredients. Here are ten of the most popular and efficient Japanese beauty products on the market.
- KiraKira Studio AHA Cleaning Liquid
This natural and innovative offering is formulated in Japan and gently removes makes up to leave skin clean and fresh. Its blend of Glycolic, Citric and Lactic Acid rejuvenates skin fantastically, and the product is free from harmful ingredients including parabens, mineral oil, silicon and ethanol as well as artificial colours and fragrances.
- Shiseido Perfect Rouge Lipstick
This product is renowned for its easy application and creamy texture and doesn’t need to be reapplied for at least two hours. There are 25 different shades to choose from.
- DHC Deep Cleansing Oil
DHC Deep Cleansing Oil can remove make-up without the natural moisture levels of the skin being unbalanced. The product is free from parabens and fragrances and is produced using natural ingredients, which make it ideal for sensitive skin.
- Beauty Mart Exfoliating Bath Towel
This bath towel is great for removing dirt and gentle on the skin. They dry quickly and are suitable for washing machines. There are four colours to choose from.
- Harrods SUQQU Face Protector Factor 50
This water-based cream can be applied with ease and has a water-resistant formula that gives you all-day protection.
- Muji Face Blotting Paper
If you’re seeking out products that absorb oil with remarkable efficiency and are eco-friendly, Muji’s Face Blotting Paper could be the perfect match for your needs. These pulp papers are also thinner than many talc-based Western brands.
- Amazon Cure Natural Aqua Gel
This product is the best skincare solution in Japan and features hydrogen-rich water as well as anti-oxidant gingko biloba leaf extract and aloe vera. The product exfoliates without using scrubbing beads and is designed to be used once or twice per week.
- Harrods SK-II Facial Treatment Masks
These masks moisturise the skin and leave it significantly more radiant. They are particularly popular amongst brides-to-be and can be a cheaper alternative to a facial.
- Selfridges SUQQU Eyebrow Liquid Pen
This pen is easier to use than conventional eyebrow pencils and is ideal for drawing on individual hairs. It is smudge, swim and sweat-proof.
- Muji Dual Purpose Cotton Pads
These pads are much thinner than many UK alternatives and can be separated into four pieces, which can be used together as a sheet mask or individually and absorb less liquid into the skin.