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Japanese Whitening Products

Updated on September 8, 2010

Common Ingredients Found in Japanese Whitening Products

Nowadays, there are plenty of women patronizing Japanese whitening products. This is because they have seen how well Japanese women look when they use these products. Indeed, most Japanese women are well-admired for their youthful and lovely skin. Although they also use commercial skin products, their fresh looks can also be a consequence of  their natural diet which is composed of fish, seaweed, and vegetables. Nevertheless, they carefully select products they put on their skin.
 
Japanese whitening products is a primary factor why these Japanese women have flawless and wrinkle-free skin. The main reason for that is many natural ingredients are included in Japanese products. The most usual  ingredients commonly included in several of their whitening products are rose water, seaweed and rice bran. In the past, these ingredients used to be the secret of the Japanese, today, Americans have discovered how good  these ingredients are so they used them too.

Japanese Whitening Products
Japanese Whitening Products

A great advantage of using Japanese whitening products is that their oils can clean and nourish the skin. Aside from these benefits, these cleansing oils are very suitable for washing the face and removing makeup without  drying the skin and ridding its natural oils. The popularity of these cleansing oils was extremely common in Japan before it was popularized in other countries. Shu Uemura was the first cleansing oil that was used.

Most Japanese whitening products use rice bran considered as a natural ingredient that shields the skin from  environmental damages and pollution. Another common ingredient, rose water, is found in most of the toners and moisturizers. This ingredient has a wonderful scent and can produce glowing skin.
 
Japanese whitening products also include seaweed. Aside from including this in their diet, the Japanese apply it in their skin since it contain minerals that can nourish the skin. Seaweed has been known to minimize the effects of skin aging, wrinkles and fine lines. It can also make the skin smooth, soft and elastic.
 
These are the ingredients that are commonly found in Japanese skincare products. Because of their known properties, even non-Japanese people use Japanese whitening products.

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      Elena 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Thanks. I've learnt a lot here. Infact, might get myself some Rose Water..... but people need to check the ingredients of these whitening products as they can damage skin.

      Regards. :)

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