Japanese Skin Care Secrets

Japanese Skin Care Secrets

Learn the amazing skin care secrets of Japanese women

Nightingale droppings are among the stranger types of Japanese skin care secrets but they are a traditional Japanese skin care product used for the lightening and smoothing of skin. Uguisu No Fun is a powder made up of nightingale droppings that have been sterilized under UV light and they contain a natural bleaching action as a result of the guanine. The powder is then mixed with water to form a paste, which is then left on the face for several minutes before washing off. This form of skin treatment has become quite popular among celebrities and beauty salons.

By incorporating these Japanese skin care secrets into your skin care routine, you will be able to achieve the naturally beautiful skin that the Japanese women are renowned for worldwide. Flawless skin is no longer an eastern secret: it is something that can be attained by any woman who desires it, no matter where she comes from.

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I've been eating a lot more sushi than usual and I've noticed a slight possitive change in my skin, so I guess the seaweed and of course a better diet does influence my skin.

by hananoire Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 11:43AM Report as inappropriate

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