The Best Japanese Beauty Products for Flawless Skin: 27K Reviews
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Begin with perfectly clean skin. The instructions read to use a thick layer of the product. Do this so that the mask dries and removes cleanly (i.e. don't cheap-out or you will not get the full experience). Now, truly do avoid your eyes. I got my first application a bit too close to my eyes and they began to water pretty much instantly (this was my fault).
Wait thirty minutes (you should see the edges begin to peel up a tad). Peel from the top down. It is a painless (unless you suffer from excessive facial hair or a variety of skin conditions) and pretty cool process (i.e. think a Biore for your entire face).
My mask came off nearly entirely in the first go. There were a little remnants around the edges that easily came off with a moist, warm towel. And the overall effect was truly brighter and oh-so-soft skin.
Immediately follow this with a moisturizer.
This is my absolute favorite peel-off mask!! Keep it away from your eyes and give it a try!!! AMAZING
The only con about this product is its expensive but definitely worth every penny. If you are looking to splurge on a mist then don’t think twice just buy this mist and you will not be disappointed.
I have honestly tried dozens of hand creams. My hands get so dry in the winter it's literally painful. They crack and bleed. Most hand lotions help for about 10 minutes.
This stuff, however, heals my skin and keeps it hydrated. Once my initial cracks are healed, I usually only need to put it on once a day, at night before bed, and my hands stay in great shape.
I keep thinking "maybe I can find something cheaper," or "maybe I can find something that I can buy at a store near me." Every time, I ask for the strongest hand cream they have and it's not enough. I'm done with that cycle. Yu-Be will always be in my house at the ready for fall and winter hands. A little goes a long way, and it's totally worth the cost.
I've used the Shu Uemura cleansing oils but find the consistency of the DHC one much better. And I much prefer this to any Lancôme or Clinique oil-based makeup remover as this one doesn't leave an oily film on your face afterwards. I went through a brief makeup wipe remover phase as well but those just do not remove enough and as easily as a cleansing oil.
I've been using this DHC one for 15+ years and it has remained consistently my favorite.