10 Must-Try Japanese Beauty Products for Your Beauty Routine
They're worth tracking down.
(SPOT.ph) Japanese beauty products used to be a little difficult to source, but thanks to online shopping as well as the steadily growing popularity of certain brands over the years, they’re now easier to get ahold of—when they’re not sold out, that is. Here, we list down 10 must-try Japanese beauty products you can buy online or in stores.
Gold Face Mask (P390/pack) from Lululun
When it comes to Japanese sheet masks, Lululun is a crowd favorite. The brand prides itself in bringing out the best in your skin with ingredients that hydrate and moisturize. Try the Lululun Regular masks if it’s your first time or go for the Lululun Precious if you’re feeling fancy.
Powdery Brow Pencil (P490) from Canmake
With so many different brow brands and formulations out in the market, it’s normal to own two to three brow products at a time. One that should definitely be in your arsenal, however, is the Canmake Powdery Brow Pencil. It’s a good old-fashioned pencil for shaping and filling in your brows. Now, you don't need to worry about dried-up ink or a malfunctioning retractable pencil.
Volume Mascara (P550) from Dolly Wink
For beautiful long lashes, you can’t go wrong with the Dolly Wink Volume Mascara. It lifts your lashes effortlessly and is so fool-proof that even beginners will find it a breeze to use.
Goku-jyun Super Hyaluronic Acid Lotion (P899) from Hada Labo
If your skin has been feeling dry and patchy lately, the Hada Labo Goku-jyun Super Hyaluronic Acid Lotion will work wonders. Its key ingredient, Super Hyaluronic Acid, is designed to attract moisture from the air into your skin, giving you a youthful glow.
Urban Environment UV Protection Cream Plus (P2,900) from Shiseido
The Shiseido Urban Environment UV Protection Cream Plus is proof that effective formulas can feel like second skin. It doesn’t just give you ample sun protection, but also evens out your complexion, making your face look flawless.
Powdery Skin Maker (P1,040) from KATE TOKYO
If you need a little more coverage, the KATE TOKYO Powdery Skin Maker has a liquid formula that’s smooth and easy to apply. It’s perfect for those who want a shine-free finish to their foundation. Just make sure you moisturize first as the product’s powdery finish can backfire on those with dryer skin.
Zero Kuma Concealer (P795) from K-Palette
The K-Palette Zero Kuma Concealer may look cute, but its power to conceal is anything but. Its weighless formula brightens the undereye area while correcting skin discoloration without creasing.
All-in-1 Moisturizing Face Mask (P895) from Hadabisei
Acting as a sheet mask, lotion, moisturizer, and serum in one, the Hadabisei All-in-1 Moisturizing Face Mask is unsurprisingly known for its hydrating properties. With regular use, it can make your skin look younger even when you’re not getting a lot of sleep. Another plus: You can hoard them in monthly packs, so you don’t have to worry about running out of supplies.
Water Treatment Skin Cream (P1,500) from CURE
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Fans of the CURE Natural Aqua Gel will be glad to know that the CURE Water Treatment Skin Cream is also worth raving about. Its unique feature: Micro-encapsulated hydrogen-rich water bursts out as you apply the cream. It’s very moisturizing, leaving your skin with a lovely dewy finish.
Himawari Oil in Conditioner Volume & Repair (P695) from Dear Beaute
Japanese women are known for having beautiful hair, so it’s only right that we include a hair product on the list. Enriched with sunflower extract, the Dear Beaute Himawari Oil in Conditioner Volume & Repair is formulated to strengthen your tresses from the roots and add more life to dull and damaged strands. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself playing with your locks more often.