5 Most Affordable Japanese Skincare Products
You may have heard that Japanese beauty products are expensive. Maybe you wrote them off, thinking you’d never have the money to try them.
You can find plenty of affordable Japanese skincare products to add to your routine and bring the life back to your complexion. At Keshoume, we carry many of the most affordable brands that don’t sacrifice quality for cost.
Naturie Hatomugi Skin Conditioning Gel
Using Job’s Tears—or hatomugi in Japanese—this skin conditioning gel gives you some of the best value with over 6oz of product in the container. It nourishes and hydrates your skin without any residue. The glossy white gel dries clear, so you don’t have to worry about it showing on your skin after you apply it.
Slow and steady is the name of the game with this gel. It’s not an instant absorber, but you’ll notice the impact when your skin feels soft and hydrated. Plus, it’s a versatile product that can keep your skin from drying out and cracking when winter hits. You can use it all over your body for complete moisturization.
Senka Perfect Whip Facial Wash
For the quality you get with Senka Perfect Whip, you can’t beat the price. Senka has spent years perfecting this formula, having launched it four separate times between 2003 and 2018. Each launch has seen an improved formula, and as one of the most popular Japanese beauty products, you can find it almost anywhere in Japan.
Senka Perfect Whip works to cleanse your skin, cleaning your pores and hydrating your skin as a simple but effective part of your skincare routine. The best part is that it only requires a pea-sized amount for you to reap the benefits.
Face masks can get expensive, and sometimes you pay upwards of $10 for a single mask. The Momo Puri Milk Jelly Mask gives you four for that price, which means that if you’re the type to do a once a week face mask, they’ll last you all month.
These masks have a strong peach scent thanks to the peach ceramides that protects and moisturizes your skin with 22mL of essence. The small packages make them easy to travel with, so you can keep to your relaxing routine on the go.
Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Face Cleansing Foam
Hada Labo is one of the most popular Japanese beauty companies, and they keep consistent quality throughout their products. This cleansing foam clears sebum and irritants away from your skin, leaving it soft and moisturized.
Products for sensitive skin often cost more, but not this one. It’s gentle and won’t make your skin feel tight after you use it. You only need a small amount to start your skincare routine off right.
Kose Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil
This cleansing oil works on all skin types, even dry, sensitive, or acne-prone skin. It comes in a larger bottle than similar oils, giving you not only a great price for a versatile product but more oil to keep your skin healthy.
Compared to other cleansing oils that take two or three pumps to get the full effect, Kose Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil gets the job done with one. You’ll notice the difference, too, when you see it removing impurities and leaving your skin looking and feeling clean.
When you need affordable Japanese beauty products, Keshoume has you covered. If you thought you couldn’t afford Japanese skincare before, we have plenty of options for budget beauty products no matter your skin type.
Sarah Wood - October 12, 2020
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