Japanese beauty secrets
In our wellness blog we now have often pointed out the many advantages of avocados, grapes as well as aloe vera for beauty, currently we want to bring in such a fundamental element which you probably in no way considered this: rice. A fix from Japan? Indeed it is. This is a very conventional female treatment in the East. Allow us to explain the benefits.
Sosu Rose Quartz Massage Plate Of the many products on the market, this is one of the simplest and most traditional. A considerable chunk of the Japanese beauty market is devoted to different methods of facial massage, a practice believed to stimulate the lymphatic system and firm the muscles of the face. Most Japanese women use their hands, but there are many (including my mom) who keep a handy tool like this by their vanity. Japanese aesthetician Chizu Saeki recommends facial massage sever...
Japan Japanese women may have found the secret to dealing with tired skin, and it's somewhere between a facial and face massage. Handheld rollers allow people to massage their own faces, and apparently, it stimulates circulation, which helps to liven skin back up. Regardless, it seems like a great way to rub away the stress without transferring oils from one's hand. We're going to look into keeping these at our desks.
Have Japanese women found the fountain of youth? Miki Okae, one of Japan's most famous beauty experts, says women consume collagen-infused foods, and drink a combination of collagen and water to achieve clear, smooth skin. One century-old Japanese beauty treatment also relies on an unusual ingredient…nightingale droppings