I have been explaining in the past posts about the Japanese particular skincare routine, that starts with the double cleanse, followed by the layering of multiple products, including the very Japan specific first product, the lotion, that I told about in the first part of this post. So let’s see what’s left in the regimen.
Japanese beauty routines
La routine de soin japonaise commence doucement à se démocratiser au niveau international. Bien que ce régime peut sembler trop compliqué et prendre du temps, quand vous voyez le teint lumineux et la jeunesse de la peau de la plupart des femmes japonaises, une telle routine de soin est tout de suite justifiée et on comprend que les efforts en vaudraient la peine.
The particular Japanese skincare routine starts drawing international attention. Although the whole regimen seems to be way too complicated and time consuming, when you see the glowing and youthful skin of most of Japanese women, such a skincare routine totally makes sense and makes it all worth it. Layering in skincare: Japanese women’s beauty secret to stay young #4
The skincare regimen from the far east starts gaining international recognition for its particularity. The fundamental and primary step to a beautiful and youthful skin adopted by all the Japanese women is the face cleansing. When you see that not only women but actually every Japanese person goes through the cleansing of the face in the morning and evening, we can say that it is part of our culture.
As mentioned in my past post on Onsen, hot spring and its miraculous beauty skin effects, the Kawanaka Onsen in Gunma prefecture is one of the top 3 onsens rated for its results on the skin. As autumn is one of the best seasons in Japan to go to the mountains, as you can enjoy the colourful autumn leaves, I decided to go and check by myself the famous Onsen with a friend.
Based on a pure observation: I noticed that there is less bald people, especially among young people, in Japan than in the western countries. Although this is the result of many elements: hormones, heredity, food etc. But what if the shampoo routine played a role in this too?
I find most of Japanese women have a beautiful skin; they know how to maintain it and most of them, including me, have I been told many times…not to brag..;-).., look younger than they are! There is definitely a real rejuvenation among the Japanese women, that is more and more obvious these days. It is one of the reasons why I decided to write this blog: to share these women’s secrets.