7-Step Japanese Skincare

The Japanese skincare practice is precise and focuses on healthy, bright skin. A summary of the 7-step Japanese skincare routine:



Step 1: Cleansing Oil or Makeup Remover Diet:

Remove makeup, sunscreen, and pollutants using a washing oil or makeup remover. This dissolves and removes oil-based waste.

Step 2: Water-Based Cleaner

Apply a moderate water-based cleaner to eliminate residual grime, perspiration, and pollutants. The next skincare products will start on a blank slate.

Step 3: Exfoliate 1-2 times/week

Remove dead skin and rejuvenate skin through exfoliating. A gentle exfoliating scrub, enzyme-based exfoliant, or chemical exfoliant with AHA or BHA may be used for this stage.

Step 4: Toner

A moisturizing and balanced toner prepares skin for the following stages. Toners in the Japanese method are called "lotions" and hydrate the skin.

Step 5: Essence/Serum

Hydrate, brighten, or anti-age your skin using an essence or serum. These products include active ingredients for deeper skin penetration.

Step 6: Moisturize

A lightweight, soothing moisturizer locks in moisture. Japanese moisturizers hydrate without greasy skin.

Step 7: Morning Sunscreen

Finish your morning regimen with an SPF 30 broad-spectrum sunscreen. Avoiding UV damage and maintaining healthy skin requires sun protection.



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