From cleansing do’s and don’ts to seeking professional treatment, here’s all you need to know about taking care of your skin in Japan.
Age is just a number. But sometimes it’s nice to look as young as we feel, especially if we live in a city that’s seemingly filled with glamorous, dewy-skinned women who look as though they’ve never witnessed a wrinkle on their clothes, let alone their face. Add to that the overwhelming amount of skincare products available in your average drugstore which promise to whiten, tighten and frighten (at least in the case of those balaclava-style face masks), it’s no wonder that we’re all pretty confused when it comes to taking care of our skin in Japan.
With this in mind, as well as the approach of summer and all of the sweat and face-shininess it brings, Savvy Tokyo has teamed up with Doctor Toshie Matsumiya, a leading