Asian Women’s Beauty Secrets

From sleeping bundles and sheet faces to Bb lotions and Korean foundation, some of the most common skincare and makeup changes we see in the West come from Asia. It’s no ponder, given that Asiatic women have long been known for their impeccable, supple and radiant dermis.

In contrast to American beauty which promotes covering up shortcomings, many of the most productive Eastern care techniques focus on keeping your natural body healthy and attractive. This is in part due to their conventional beauty rites, as well as their organic diet and lifestyle, which includes the typical intake of nutrients like wakame seaweed.

For example, the Japanese secret to beautiful body is daily drying. Microdermabrasion rids the mouth of dead skin cells and prevents accumulation, revealing sweet, radiant body that is primed to absorb charm products. There are two primary types of exfoliants: physical and chemical. Physical exfoliants include scrubs and brushes, while chemical exfoliants use acids to break down the bonds between your skin’s surface cells. The Japanese also swear by the mystical ingredient of nightingale droppings. Yes, you read that correctly: geisha have been rubbing the dried droppings into their skin for centuries because of their reputed ability to soften and brighten it.

Moreover, many Asian beauty rituals include cleansing with oil to remove makeup and dirt from the face before a cleanser is applied. This is because oil attracts makeup and dirt, making it easier to remove than using water alone. Another common Asian beauty secret is applying a thin layer of oil to the length of your hair, then braiding it or twisting it into a bun and putting a shower cap over it before you sleep. This helps moisturize and protect your hair from the sun’s harmful rays, which can lead to fading and damage.

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