Happy new year! Before starting this year with posts on new beauty products and trends 2018, I thought it’s worth going through 2017 highlights in Japanese cosmetics as, again, we have seen many interesting innovations and evolution in trend. Let’s look back and see the top Japanese beauty products and beauty trends in 2017!
OMG, it’s SO dry and cold in Tokyo right now! So, our skin gets also dry, I’ll obviously talk about it but before the skin, I want to mention … the viruses! When it’s that dry, viruses are flying away everywhere and we are more likely to get a cold or like me, even worse, the flu!!
Aujourd’hui à Tokyo, la température a atteint 20 ℃, montrant que le printemps n’est pas loin! Entre les saisons, la peau, tout comme le corps, a tendance à être instable.
We are experiencing the traditional Japanese VERY DRY winter here… Skin becomes very unstable, we need to hydrate, hydrate and hydrate!! Last not least, the new Lululun mask, launched last October is the last product I got from the lifestyle store this time. Now you can actually find this product even in drugstores but lifestyle stores are generally the places where new cosmetic products are first sold before being spread all over the place.
Today in Tokyo, the temperature reached 20℃, showing that we are slowly entering spring! In between seasons, the skin, just as the body, tends to be unstable, trying to adapt to the new climate. The pollen starting flying all over the country doesn’t make this process easier for the skin! The best thing we can do is to keep on moisturizing and and so, strengthening the skin.
We had our first snow in Tokyo last week, winter is definitely here. It is sooo cold outside and our skin is suffering as well. I can feel it in the morning by the feel on my face, rather dry, especially around the mouth. Luckily there are a variety of sheet masks on the Japanese market, including the Korean ones. Today I will review one of the Lululun sheet masks, popular, not only among Japanese people, but also among the foreign tourists visiting Tokyo.