IPSA is a Japanese cosmetic brand that thinks of the skin as individual and unique; each skin is different by nature and differs even more through time due to the environment, lifestyle or habits. IPSA analyzes each skin and brings it back to its original beauty thanks to its customized products.
We often hear about Rice Force, the Japanese skincare brand, popular among models and makeup artists all around the world. It’s said to have a high moisturizing effect and being popular for its gentleness to even sensitive skin. It’s been also professionally used in some high-end beauty salons in Japan and abroad, such as Westin Resort & Spa in Hawaii or in established beauty salons in Europe. I recently had the opportunity to try their kit for first-timers. So here is my review!
Matsumoto Kiyoshi is a famous and popular Japanese drugstore as I presented in a previous post. It is often featured on travel information websites as one of the best places to go shopping for Japanese beauty products. Indeed they sell all kind of cosmetics from low to mid range prices and they have stores everywhere in Tokyo.
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