There’re many world-famous cosmetic brands from Japan. Do you have any Japanese cosmetics? At this time, we’ll check a cosmetic pouch of a 30’s sales rep at a certain company in Shinjuku. She shows us how and when she uses these items! 

Dry skin is the enemy for late 30’s! Keep your skin moist!

She is in her 30’s and a sales rep. She’ll be in her 40’s soon, so she takes care of her skin so carefully like she goes to facial esthetic twice a month. She goes back and forth inside the building and outside during work, so the air and temperature changes a lot and she needs to take great care of her skin. These 4 items in the pic are her must-haves.

From right is Avene’s water spray, Allie’s sunblock, Shiseido’s White Lucent and eye drops. She uses Avene’s water spray when she feels her skin is dry because of indoor air conditioning. Allie’s sunblock is great as a primer, so she uses it when she fixes her makeup. Shiseido’s White Lucent is to prevent her face from reddening on a hot day, so she uses this cream after puts a primer. Eye drops is to prevent her eyes from drying, so she can keep her eyes clear. Also, she cares about anti-aging, too.

Japanese Women Are Beauty-Conscious!

At this time, we found more items from her pouch. This clear cosmetic container, a tube of lip gloss and Keselan Ptharan’s cosmetics. This clear cosmetic is nail oil! Put a little bit of oil around the nail and apply it with a finger, and it makes finger and nail look much healthier. She uses the computer a lot, so she needs to take care of her fingers.

Keselan Ptharan’s cosmetic is a beauty essence for eyelashes. When she gets older, volume of eyelashes decreases, so she uses this beauty essence to keep her eyelashes thick and long. She applies it every morning and night.

How was it? Late 30’s Japanese women takes care of themselves even though they are busy at working. You can buy the cosmetics that we introduce at Japanese drugstores or department stores’ cosmetic section. 

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