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7 Japanese Beauty Secrets You Can Start Using Right Now

Started by upamfva, 2022/10/13 12:04AM
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7 Japanese Beauty Secrets You Can Start Using Right Now
#1   2022/10/13 12:04AM
7 Japanese Beauty Secrets You Can Start Using Right Now

Every season, a new beauty product comes around and we’re instantly showered by advertisements about how buying it is going to make our lives that much better: you’ll look 10 times younger, your skin will be nurtured, and, Mr. Right will finally knock on your door. Cool. Miracles happen. Most of the time though, it comes down to our daily practices that keep our bodies relaxed and in shape — and no, those don’t always have to be costly.To get more news about 免费一级毛片, you can visit our official website.

Since as early as the Nara period (710-794), Japanese women have used this red little bean not only as part of a healthy diet, but also for healthy-looking skin. Ground into a fine powder or a slightly coarse scrub, azuki beans are a wonderful natural remedy for those who are prone to acne or blackheads, or who wish to diminish fine lines. These legumes are high in antioxidants and contain a naturally occurring foaming agent known as saponin that helps to cleanse and tighten pores. It has an immediate effect when used as it helps to gently remove dirt and dead skin cells, unclog pores and brighten the skin by stimulating blood circulation.

We often forget that what we put inside our bodies is directly connected to how we look on the outside. A traditional Japanese meal is usually made under the ichijyu sansai principle (one soup with three vegetable dishes plus rice and fish) to assure good balance. These spreads are rich in vitamins and high in omega-3 fatty acids that help reduce the body’s production of toxins that can cause inflammatory skin conditions and premature aging. Seaweed (wakame ) and kelp (kaiso), found in almost every Japanese dish (and supermarkets) are rich in iodine and keratin — both highly essential for healthy skin, nails and shiny resilient hair. Fish is rich in protein and lower in fat than red meat, while small portions of a variety of vegetables will supply much-needed vitamins and minerals. Japan is also home of a number of superfoods — such as konjac, kinako and natto — that are readily available and cheap in comparison to other superfoods in other countries.

For centuries, the Japanese have known and appreciated the wonderful benefits of komenuka, or rice bran. Full of antioxidants (more than 70 in fact!) and other essential nutrients, rice bran powder has been used in scrubs, facials and even body treatments to help fight the signs of aging, resolve blemished skin and leave the skin toned, tight, and soft.

High in antioxidants, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, green tea is a significant part of the Japanese lifestyle. Japanese women have also included green tea in their beauty routines — from incorporating the extracts in various lotions and tonics to adding ground leaves to bath salts and even adding concentrated powders to body compress treatments and hair masks. The ground form of green tea leaves, matcha, is known for its high concentration of catechin polyphenols, which have countless health and beauty benefits. The high concentration of tannins is also known to help tighten the skin. Green tea powder can counter damage caused by UV rays, reactivate dying skin cells, reduce inflammation (especially with acne-prone skin) and help balance skin tone.

Bathing in Japan is more than a cleansing routine: it’s a beauty ritual. Onsen (natural hot springs) and sento (public bathhouses) are scattered throughout city centers, resorts and even random unattended open-air spots, offering people plenty of opportunities to soak, scrub, and relax in nutrient-enriched and mineralized natural waters. But the home bath (not shower), or ofuro, is also an essential part of every Japanese woman’s daily life. A steaming bath before bed will not only leave you feeling relaxed, it will also help blood circulation, prevent shoulder stiffness and back pain, relax muscles and prevent leg swelling. For extra moisturizing and replenishing skin effects, infuse your bath with oils or natural salts. The steam is also a great way to detox, further helping to clear pores and promote bright skin. A bath will speed up the body’s natural production of melatonin, the hormone responsible for not only a good night’s sleep, but also one which has wonderful antioxidant properties.

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