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!
Woah time flies! In less than 3 months, we will say goodbye to 2017!? Anyway, it’s been a while since I wrote a post so it’s time to catch up! Have you heard about the brand Cle de Peau Beaute? If not yet, here are some of the products for you to discover it and the latest flagship store that has just opened in Omotesando!
Korean cosmetics have been popular in Japan, just like in any other western countries, maybe even more. No wonder: it’s difficult to beat the cost-effectiveness as well as the innovation and all the fun that Korean cosmetics can provide us with! As I went to spend a couple of days in Seoul, I brought back some of the popular products…ok it’s not a haul but here is the review!
MT Metatron is a Japanese professional anti-aging skincare brand, which means that the products are only sold in beauty salons and clinics. I had the opportunity to test some of the products, so I thought I’d let you know as the results were quite surprising!
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.
Suqqu is a Japanese cosmetic brand that I have been recently following. The concept is interesting, the products are known to be high-quality and the color shades sophisticated. What are Suqqu best sellers? The latest launches? I finally had the opportunity to get one of them, the Refining Primer. So here is also the review! Suqqu, what sort of brand is it? Suqqu belongs to the same group as RMK, another Japanese famous cosmetic brand and was founded in 2003. You can find Suqqu in any major department store and the brand has also 2 flagship stores. One of them is in the very recently opened Ginza Six and this…
Every year at this time, new whitening / brightening products get beautifully displayed on beauty counters. Japanese skin whitening products are continuously evolving, adjusting to women’s new needs and technological prowess brings more efficacy. So where are we this year in term of approaches to skin whitening and what new innovations can we find on the market?
Last week at the Premium Beauty & Health Show, I received a coupon for a facial trial at C’BON for 500 yen so I went to give it a try! About C’BON C’BON is a chain of beauty treatment salons in Japan. It celebrated its 50th anniversary last year and has more than 100 salons across Japan. C’BON develops and produces its own skincare products that they sell in their salons. When you purchase products for more than 10,000 yen, you can get a complimentary salon facial treatment. Their membership beauty system has a double approach: home skincare and professional treatment. They check your skin, advise you on the appropriate…
Pola, the major Japanese cosmetic manufacturer launched on Jan. 1st, its accomplishment after 15 years of researches and development: the Wrinkle Shot Medical Serum. Pola is the first company in Japan to have succeeded to register its wrinkle care product as a quasi-drug.
Checking the best-selling beauty products 2016, it’s interesting how we can see the tendencies of the Japanese people’s lifestyle and economic conditions. The cosmetics matching these new needs are expected to grow in 2017.