Japanese women are famed for their clear, flawless faces and
their ability to look 30 even past their 40th birthday. Some people believe their youthful look is genetically inherited, but that is only one factor, one’s beauty routine is one of the biggest factor. So how Japanese women manage to look younger than they actually are? Here are some easy daily routines Japanese women have practiced that have proven long-lasting beauty effects.
1. Combing Therapy Using Wooden Comb
Combing therapy is an ancient Japanese method of health care that can be practiced by anyone to improve their health. Physicians
discovered that the simple act of hair combing using wooden comb produced beneficial results such as healthier hair and glowing complexion.
By stimulating the scalp, the normal functioning of the meridians can be restored, relieving tension, stimulating the brain and improve blood circulation. One of the key factors in healthy,
glowing skin is great circulation. According to Asian physicians, proper blood flow ensures even skin tone, nutrient delivery to the skin cells and the healthy detoxification of the skin.
Why use wooden combs? Wooden combs prevents static electricity and do not catch and pull on the hair. Plastic or metal combs can generate static electricity and scratch the scalp.
Just comb from the front to the rear hairline for about 100 strokes before you sleep every night.
2. Fermented rice water
Rice water has moisturising, antioxidant, and healing properties that help to improve circulation, prevent or fade age related
spots, and ease inflammation to give you healthy, better moisturised and clear skin. The effects of rice water is further enhanced when it is left to ferment. Fermented rice water is rice water that is left to ferment and has gone slightly sour. It is rich in
antioxidants, minerals, B vitamins, vitamin E, and traces of pitera, a substance produced during the fermentation process. The effects of rice water is further enhanced when it is left to ferment. Fermented rice water is rice water that is left to ferment and
has gone slightly sour. It is rich in antioxidants, minerals, B vitamins, vitamin E, and traces of pitera, a substance produced
during the fermentation process.
3. Adzuki bean
Not only are adzuki beans tasty, but they’re also loaded with disease-fighting and health-promoting antioxidants. Researchers have identified at least 29 different compounds found within an adzuki bean, making them some of the most high-antioxidant foods around. These compounds include bioflavonoids that are valued for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory health
A great way to detoxify your body once a week is by adding adzuki beans to your diet. The beans will reduce fatigue and detoxify both the skin and organs. This will improve the texture of your skin
and make you visibly radiant and attractive over time.
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