Japanese beauty market is known as one of the most advanced and innovative market, and Japanese ladies have established their reputation of beauty expertise with the ultra-complicated and sophisticated beauty routines. Now their daily skincare ritual is not just about the bottles and jars on the dressing tables. With the booming of beauty devices on the market, Japanese ladies literally turn their homes into a beauty spa!
A couple of months ago, Shiseido released WASO, a skincare range celebrating a new approach to beauty and designed to treat the need of Millenials skin. Shiseido’s new range “Essential Energy” will be launch globally starting January 2018. The new range features 4 products: Moisturizing Cream 50ml, Moisturizing Gel Cream 50ml, Day Emulsion 75ml SPF30 PA+++ (Only available in Asia) and a Day Cream 50ml SPF20 (Only available … Read More Essential Energy: The neuroscience inspired skincare range by Shiseido
Boscia the Japanese charcoal-centered skin care brand ventures into products tackling Pits, Feet and Faces
BOSCIA Boscia is the leader in botanical science. Capitalizing on Japanese technology to create highly effective products, Boscia prides itself to be the first 100% preservative skin care brand. Boscia is sold exclusively in Sephora and is well-known for is charcoal-centered skin care range. In the past 2 years Charcoal rose to fame, it has been used extensively in skin care and body wash products. The … Read More Boscia the Japanese charcoal-centered skin care brand ventures into products tackling Pits, Feet and Faces
Beauty starts on your plate Eating right will considerably improve your health and impact strongly your body and your mind. Japanese people are amongst the most self-aware people regarding their weight. The following comparisons are not Best vs Worst. Japan’s obesity rate is the lowest in the world, the 2014’s OECD report shows Japan and Korea ranked 1st with a mere 3.8%, roughly ten … Read More Japanese Beauty Rituals: Eat your way to eternal youth.
Guerlain celebrates the art of Arita’s porcelain with its limited edition of its iconic fragrance Mitsouko
Arita, the epicenter of porcelain industry Located in Saga prefecture on Kyûshû Island in southern Japan, Arita thanks to its kaolin mine, quickly became the epicenter for the Japanese porcelain industry. Introduced by Yi Sam-Pyeong, a Korean craftsman in 1616, the porcelain from Arita also known as Aritaware or Aritayaki flourished for centuries. Today, one of Arita’s oldest and largest-scale operating kilns is Yazaemon … Read More Guerlain celebrates the art of Arita’s porcelain with its limited edition of its iconic fragrance Mitsouko