7 Best Kept Korean, Chinese & Japanese Beauty Secrets Revealed!

When it comes to beautiful skin, Asian women - Chinese, Japanese and Korean - are revered all over the world. Ancient techniques combined with modern methods together give them that exquisite glow. From tea to turmeric, we reveal 7 of the most effective Asian beauty secrets for skincare.

Have you ever wondered how Asian women happen to have beautiful skin? Some of it, to be sure, is genetic. However, before you reject the notion that you too can have similarly beautiful skin, take a look at these 7 secret Asian beauty techniques for flawless, glowing skin.

Japanese Beauty Secrets

Go Green:

More often than not, it's what you put in your body versus on it that makes a huge difference to your skin. Japanese women understand this well, and choose a specific diet to boost that elusive glow of their skin. One of these ingredients is Green Tea. Although you may have been using Green Tea for weight loss, its anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties are perfect for your skin. Most Japanese women drink multiple cups of this gentle tea, and you should start too!

Rice To The Rescue:

This technique goes back to the gorgeous Geishas of Japan, who used rice bran - the water left over from rinsing uncooked rice - to soften their skin and their hair. Rich in antioxidants and an emollient (an agent that softens skin), rice bran prevents damage from UV rays, nourishes your skin and prevents it from wrinkling. Trust the Geishas, they knew what they were doing.

Oil Up:

We use oil to nourish and soften our hair, but in Japan, oil is used to nourish and soften skin - particularly Camellia oil. Instead of water, Japanese women use natural Camellia oil to take makeup off their skin. It nourishes and moisturises your skin deeply and even prevents the signs of ageing. What more could you ask for?

Chinese Beauty Secrets

Terrific Turmeric:

For many Asian brides, turmeric is an intrinsic part of their beauty ritual before their big day. However, in ancient China, women used turmeric more frequently - it helped reduce the chance of wrinkles and kept their skin tone even. This turmeric facemask is simple and easy to make - all you need to do is mix a tablespoon of almond milk, a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon of turmeric. If you require a thicker consistency, you can add yogurt to the face pack. Keep it on for 10-15 minutes and lo and behold the glow!

It's All About The Herbs:

This might not come as a surprise, but Chinese women drank a lot of tea - particularly, herbal tea. This is a practice that has continued for thousands of years to give women glowing skin and a strong immune system. Beginners can start with Goji berry tea - all you have to do is soak the berries in a cup of hot or cold water with a tea bag. Afterwards you can drink the tea and eat the juicy berries as a snack. Filled with antioxidants, minerals, amino acids and Vitamin C - these herbal teas have more than one reason to fill your cup.

Korean Beauty Secrets

Essential Essence:

Korean women are renowned for their long skin care routine. Of this routine, we're sharing two of the most essential steps. The first is using an essence while cleansing your face - this is a nourishing liquid concentrate that enhances the skin by increasing the cellular renewal process. This leads to fresh, firm and bright skin.

No More Lines:

Want to avoid the fine crow's feet that appear around your eyes? Try this little tip that Korean women have perfected.  Use an intensive eye cream to keep away puffiness, dark circles and wrinkles. The secret is to not tug or pull the skin around your eyes but to gently tap the cream on it. This keeps the skin moisturised, which leads to lesser wrinkles. 

Now that we've revealed some of the beauty secrets of the Far East, which ones are you excited to try out? Also, check out 3 homemade ubtan face pack recipes to look flawless in any season here at our blog.

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