Continuing the long shopping items from Japan! This is another hero product that I like! I know! It is crazy its just cotton pads in a way, we use them on a daily basis, morning and night, not only using it to remove makeup but also to apply toner, sometimes essencea and even use as a DIY facial mask by soaking a few pieces of them in your essence and apply them to your face for an emergency pick me up session.
The material is ultra soft and ultra fluffy! You can find this cotton pad easily in any drugstore in Tokyo, I happened to get at the Matsumoto Kiyoshi pharmacy right outside Ikebukuro station.
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I discovered Kashoen when I travelled to Tokyo a few months ago, and I was completely fascinated by their craftsmanship. In today’s world of technology, we have less and less items handmade. As well, handmade items are associated with luxury in return. Just like the top notch designer leather handbags we ladies love, are a work of art made by traditional craftsmen. Kashoen is like the Hermes of makeup brushes in Japan. It has been producing exceptional quality makeup brushes for 130 years, using traditional craftsmanship.
Here is a video on how the craftsmen produce their brushes by hand. Continue reading “Review | Kashoen 1883 | Japanese hand made cleansing brush”
In Japan, all pharmacies are filled with countless beauty products and this product is just one of the many that I have picked up when I traveled to Tokyo a few months back. I have seen this product featured in Japanese magazines before, and there are loads of good reviews about it. So of course, I have to get it! And I have been using it twice a week for 3 weeks already!
The powder is individually packed in a tiny plastic cube container which is very convenient if you just want to bring a few of them with you to the gym or to a trip.
Continue reading “Japanese Product Review – Kanebo Suisai beauty clear powder”