Posted on November 21, 2019 at 10:51 pm

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The Rise of Eastern Beauty Secrets

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While it can be fun to try out the latest and greatest skincare trends popping up all over the internet, there’s something to be said for the tried and true techniques as well. Asian women are known across the globe for their great beauty and amazing skin, and much of it is due to traditions that have been passed down over generations. From day to day practices to exotic natural ingredients, these Eastern beauty secrets are becoming more and more popular with women everywhere.

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Indian Beauty Secrets 

Indian skincare routines revolve around chemical-free, organic, natural, and inexpensive formulas that provide amazing results. Here are some Indian skincare and beauty secrets everyone should try:

  • Neem: Neem comes from a plant, so it’s completely natural. It grows wild in India and has been used on the skin and hair for centuries. It can often be found in facial masks to control acne because it has antibacterial properties. Those suffering from dandruff or thinning hair can also use it as a rinse after shampooing to improve the health of the scalp.

 

  • Honey: Honey is another ancient Indian skincare secret that is catching on in other cultures. Not only does it nourish the skin and add moisture, but it also has antioxidants and healing properties as well. You can apply honey directly to your skin as a mask to clear out your pores and treat acne or use it as a hair mask for a deep conditioning treatment.

 

  • Turmeric: Turmeric has been popular in India for centuries for its skincare and health benefits, and many people across the globe are beginning to take advantage of it. It can be used in skincare to fight acne, fade scars and dark spots, and reduce wrinkles.

 

  • Coconut Oil: While the rest of the world is just learning about the many benefits of coconut oil, Indian women have been using it on their skin and hair for many generations. It can be used on its own or in products to add moisture and nutrients to both hair and skin.

 

  • Aloe Vera: Aloe vera is used for just about everything when it comes to Indian skincare routines. It is full of vitamins and other nutrients that are great for the skin. It can be used as a mask to soothe and soften the skin. It’s also used around the world for relieving sunburn and fading scars and stretch marks. In India, it’s also applied to the roots of the hair to balance the scalp and help the hair grow faster and thicker.

 

Korean Skincare Secrets

Korean skincare routines are all the rage these days, and it’s easy to see why. Korean women use a combination of tried and true techniques and cutting-edge technology to achieve glass smooth, radiant skin. These Korean skincare secrets will have your skin glowing in no time:

  • The Double-Cleanse: You can’t look up information on Korean skincare routines without hearing about the Double-Cleansing method. In Korea, skincare routines start with an oil-based cleanser that is massaged into the skin and wiped off to remove makeup and dirt without harsh scrubbing. A foaming water-based cleanser is used afterward to get the skin super clean and remove every last trace of impurities.

 

  • Layering Your Products: Korean women are taught from a very young age about layering their skincare products for the best results. They start with thinnest, most liquid formulas first and work up to thicker formulas such as moisturizers and facial oils. This allows each step to penetrate the skin so its active ingredients can provide the most benefit.

 

  • Gentle Exfoliation: Exfoliation is an essential part of any skincare routine, but Korean traditions approach it differently than many other cultures. They believe in using gentle techniques rather than harsh chemicals or physical exfoliators. Their exfoliating products include enzymes and botanical acids that dissolve away dead skin without scrubbing. This is the best way to remove dead skin so other active ingredients can penetrate better, without causing damage to healthy, new skin cells underneath.

 

Japanese Beauty Rituals

Japanese skincare and beauty routines revolve around ancient rituals and techniques that are simple, yet beautiful in their execution. Here are some Japanese beauty rituals we can all get behind:

  • Facial Oils: Many Asian cultures use facial oils, but they’re especially beloved in Japanese skincare. There are tons of oils to choose from and they all have different properties. Many of them are rich in vitamins as well as moisture. Rice bran oil is one of the most beloved Japanese facial oils because it’s high in antioxidants which can prevent premature aging.

 

  • Facial Massages: Facial massage are incredibly popular in Japanese skincare, as well as other Asian cultures. Whether they’re done at the spa or at home, this is definitely a beauty ritual we all should try for improving blood flow and circulation to the face and preventing premature aging. The easiest way to incorporate massage into your routine is to massage your skin with an oil cleanser at the beginning of your skincare routine. Be sure to use upward, outward motions to help tone and firm your skin.

 

  • Take Baths: Bathing is an ancient Japanese beauty ritual that can have many benefits for skin and health. One popular technique involves scrubbing your body with an exfoliator and then submerging yourself in a hot bath infused with skin-loving, fragrant oils to leave the skin with amazing glow and moisture. Hot baths can also help you relax before bed, soothe aches and pains, and soak away toxins. A steaming bath is also popular in japan for clearing the nasal passages and chest when you have a cold.

 

Many of us are dropping a ton of money on skincare products each month, but we might want to rethink that strategy. It turns out that the most affordable and natural ingredients and techniques produce the best results. After all, there’s no question that Asian women have the most beautiful and radiant skin across the globe.

 

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