Why Japanese Skin is Flawless?
There are a lot of new beauty products that are launched every season and we see a huge number of advertisements for that product. Those ads usually try to convey how this product will change your life completely, how it will make you look so younger, and how Mr. Right will come to you after using this product. But have you seen Japanese women and how they are known for their wonderful skin? What do you think are Japanese skincare secrets? Well, this wonderful skin is mainly about correct lifestyle, exercise, and diet. In today’s article, we’ll try to understand a few good habits of Japanese women, their lifestyle, and some secrets to their beautiful skin. Amazingly, all these secrets or lifestyles are not expensive at all, so focus on, read these Japanese women’s secrets, and getting this wonderful skin you’ve always thought of.
Following are some easy secrets that are practised by Japanese women and have been long-lasting effects on their beauty:
Exfoliate with azuki beans
Since the period of Nara (710-794), this red bean has not only been a part of Japanese women’s diet but also has been very effective for their healthy-looking skin. Azuki Beans, made into a fine powder, are a great natural solution for those who have acne or blackheads or have fine lines. These beans are rich in antioxidants and contain a natural foaming agent called saponin that makes the pores tight and clean. It’s effective immediately and helps to remove dead skin cells, radiates the skin, and removes dirt by increasing blood circulation.
One can also make anti-aging scrubs easily with azuki. Just use a grinder, and grind dried beans to powder. Fridge it for some hours, take half a teaspoon of this powder and mix water which will make it like a thick paste. Wet your face, spread it across in a circular manner, let it settle for 2 minutes, and then wash with warm water. Do this two to three times a week and one can see the difference.
Follow a conventional balanced diet
Whatever we take inside our body, is directly proportional to how we look outside. A conventional Japanese meal has one soup, rice, fish, and three vegetable items to have a well-balanced diet. All these mixtures have very high vitamin quantity and omega-3 fatty acids which decreases the toxin production inside the body (responsible for skin inflammation and aging). Other things which are rich in keratin and iodine (like kelp and seaweed) are also there in every Japanese diet, both of them make skin healthy, and make nails and hair shinier. As fish is there in their diet, it’s richer in protein and has low fat as compared to red meat and this small diet of mixed vegetables gives them essential minerals and vitamins.
Skin nourishment with rice bran
For many years, the Japanese have appreciated rice bran and its amazing benefits. As it’s rich in antioxidants and other important minerals, rice bran is used in facials, body treatments, and scrubs to reduce premature aging, reduce acne, and make skin softer and even-toned. Rice bran has been famous for centuries and is easily available at pharmacy shops. One can even make it easily at home. It helps in keeping skin moisturized, increases blood circulation, and reduces sun damage and dark spots.
Probiotics for skin health
If one asks you how Japanese habits toward their healthy lifestyle make their skin better, the simple answer is “Probiotics”. Your gut health is directly proportional to the health of your skin and the best part is Japanese women know this. Hence, they have made probiotics a big part of every Japanese diet. Every person has natural bacteria that improve their immune system and reduce bacteria that are bad. If this sensitive balance is not maintained, colon inflammation increases triggering acne and skin inflammation. This is where probiotics help. They can balance skin and bacteria inside. They are very useful in damaged skin barrier repair which might have been started because of excessive bacteria
Matcha tea for radiant skin
As coffee and sofa are popular in the US, Matcha is very famous in Tokyo. It’s served as hold or cold in almost every store and restaurant there. You can also find a lot of flavored snacks with matcha. Matcha is considered a very important thing in Japanese culture, and they even have some ceremonies in which they mix & have matcha in a traditional style. In the Japanese daily lifestyle, one can easily find matcha an important part, and this is one other thing that is giving Japanese women glowing and radiant skin. It also has anti-inflammatory things and hence can reduce the redness that comes with acne. It also has chlorophyll and antioxidants that defend against UV rays and protects the skin. Japanese skincare routine is such that it contains all these things in their daily things.
Taking a well-balanced diet that has high nutrition, minerals, vitamins, antioxidants can easily improve overall body health and hence the health of our skin. Obviously, the best things to skin happen when you take care of it and incorporating all these Japanese things in your daily routine definitely can help.