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The Japanese recipe for young and fresh skin after 50

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Known for their porcelain complexion and silky hair, Japanese women are the undisputed queens of beauty tips! Thanks to natural and health-promoting methods, these women are able to maintain results over a long period of time, without having to resort to chemicals. Savvy Tokyo , a Japanese female beauty magazine shares with us 7 secrets to follow every day!

When it comes to beauty, there is nothing better than natural tips to have radiant skin and health. Indeed, nature is full of ingredients with extraordinary virtues that beg to be explored. True feminine philosophy of life,  beauty  and natural rituals are an integral part of the daily life of women in Japan. Thanks to this article rich in beauty tips, you will now be able to access the best kept secrets of this incredible population!

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Azuki beans for exfoliation

The Japanese recipe

Used for centuries in Japan, Azuki beans are not only a rich source of nutritional benefits but also a very effective exfoliation technique. Ground or crushed into small grains, they would improve acne-prone skin and reduce fine lines. In addition, their saponin content   would also tighten the pores and cleanse the skin in a soft and delicate way.

To prepare your own exfoliating mask, blend half a cup of Azuki beans and place the resulting mixture in a cool jar. After a few hours, mix a spoon of this powder with water and use the resulting paste to exfoliate your face in a circular fashion for about 2 minutes. Repeat this beauty tip once a week to observe the miraculous benefits! 

A healthy and balanced diet

The Japanese recipe

Inspired by everyday Japanese meals, this advice is based on a very healthy diet that includes fish, vegetable soup and rice on the side. Thanks to the many vitamins contained in these ingredients, you will allow your body to eliminate toxins often responsible for skin inflammation. In addition,  seaweed  often consumed in Japan is rich in keratin to maintain healthy skin and shiny hair.

Rice bran to nourish the skin

The Japanese recipe

Famous for its antioxidant properties  , rice bran powder   has been used for decades to exfoliate the skin, maintain a youthful appearance, and keep skin firm and toned. Although it is available in supermarkets, be aware that if you cannot find one, you can also prepare a rice-based mask in a natural way at home. 

To prepare it, cook 3 large spoons of rice. Set the water aside and place the cooked rice in a container. Add a tablespoon of milk and a tablespoon of organic honey. Once you have mixed your mask well, apply it to your face and let it dry for a few minutes. Once the face is completely dry, rinse off with the rice water you left out. 

Green tea

The Japanese recipe

Beyond its detoxifying properties when consumed as a drink, green tea is full of benefits for the skin. Thanks to its content in polyphenols such as  catechin , it helps prevent and treat many health problems. In addition, it also acts as a remedy against  skin problems  caused by repetitive exposure to the sun by protecting against damage caused by the sun and by fighting against inflammation.

Frequent baths

The Japanese recipe

A flagship beauty ritual in Japan,  a hot bath  is the perfect way to relax muscles, eliminate water retention and promote blood circulation. In addition, it allows you to combine this moment of relaxation with your beauty treatments, in particular the exfoliation of the body and beneficial masks for your skin. In order to benefit from its benefits in an optimal way, prefer the baths in the evening before going to bed and use essential oils to hydrate your skin.

Camellia oil

The Japanese recipe

Rich in beneficial properties for health, camellia oil is a natural vegetable oil that is used in a multitude of ways in Japan. In cooking, as a remedy or as a cosmetic product, it has many  actions  such as strengthening the immune system and moisturizing hair or dry skin.  

Vitamin C

The Japanese recipe

A major ally in many daily battles,  vitamin C  not only helps fight the cold but also improves the skin’s collagen level, thus accelerating the repair of damaged skin tissue. Available in many fruits and vegetables (kiwi, lemon, strawberries, broccoli, peppers),  vitamin C  can be consumed naturally or as a food supplement.

Warnings :

For pregnant women, it is important to talk to your doctor before following a special diet.