The Japanese system facials
 It's no secret that the Japanese have very good skin. Smooth, radiant, she just glows from within. What is their secret? And the secret to a long-standing system of care that Japanese girls have used in ancient times, used to this day.

Skin cleansing

One of the major differences - the cleansing of the skin. In Asia, it has long taken a two-stage washing. If we use any one universal product in Asia are at least two. One is used to dissolve the makeup (usually hydrophilic oil), and the second - to remove residual make-up, oil dilution, and skin cleansing.

Such a thorough cleansing gives amazing results and has beneficial effects on the skin. The pores become cleaner and less visible, the complexion is leveled acquiring healthy glow.

Perhaps, cleanse the skin Japanese women give most attention. The logic is clear - the thoroughly cleaned skin, the better it penetrate nutrients aftercare. Insufficient purification can also lead to clogged pores and inflammation.

Washing and removing make-up - it's different processes

Particles of cosmetics and skin fat - completely different in composition, so you need to remove them by various means.

To remove makeup using hydrophilic oil. It is applied to dry skin, massaged a few seconds, dissolving makeup. Then you need to add a little warm water - emulsified oil and turn into foam, which cleans the face. But this is not enough. Even if it seems that the person is clean, it is necessary to remove excess oil and sebum soap or foam.

Why oil? Because it is the best oil dissolves dirt and grease and therefore cleanses the skin.

The more foam - the better cleansing

According to the rules should not be applied Japanese washing soap or foam directly on the face. First, they need to beat a large foam cap, using a special mesh. It is, incidentally, very good saves money - just a very small amount to get a huge cloud of foam.

 The Japanese system facials

Basic care

Basic care usually involves a lot of money, which are applied on top of each other, layers. It is believed that the only way to achieve visible results and to prevent skin aging.

It may be slightly different, depending on the brand, but often includes the following tools:

Tonic.   Used to tone the skin and prepare it for the application of follow-up care.

Serum.   It is chosen according to the needs of the skin, or the desired result. For example, hydration, nutrition, prevention and the fight against wrinkles, increase skin elasticity.

Concentrate.   This serves to enhance the action of cream or lotion.

Lotion.   In our understanding, lotion and tonic - it's about the same thing. But not in Japan. There lotions resemble milk or liquid cream, and can replace it. Especially, if the skin is oily or problem.

Cream.   If the skin needs extra moisture and nutrition, use cream. But at the hottest time of the year it can be excluded from the daily routine or use only in the evening.

Sun protection.   This is a required item on the program, because the Japanese, and all the Asian women in general, put a snow-white skin in the first place, considering it beautiful. But it's not just that. Ultraviolet rays destroy the skin's natural defenses, breaking the barrier and contribute to premature aging. Therefore, use a cream with a sun protection factor should be mandatory.

Looking at this picture or battery jars, which are included in the daily care of the Japanese, there is a logical question - not whether the skin is overloaded with so much money? If we use European funds, the effect of the "pie" is provided on the face. The skin can not breathe so many resources. But Japanese products have the lightest texture, instantly absorbed by the skin and do not overload.

No wonder, after all, Asians adhere precisely this care system.

 The Japanese system facials

Additional care

As additional care in Japan uses the following means:

Masks.   Most often it masks disposable cloth impregnated with helpful staff. Depending on the impregnation, they have different properties - lighten dark spots, smooth wrinkles, moisturize the skin. In Japanese virtually no means our usual masks in tubes, since it is believed that the tissue masks facilitate better penetration of nutrients into the skin.

Peeling bedroll.   It is an alternative to our usual scrubs. Such funds do not contain abrasive particles and does not injure the skin, and clean just as good. They are applied to dry face, turning into pellets, which collect dead skin cells and fat from the skin.
On the one hand, it seems that the Japanese care system extraordinarily complicated. But this is only at first glance. Usually, you only try, as it turns out that all this takes a lot longer, but the result exceeds expectations.
Author: Catherine K.