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Tag: Japanese beauty products
Add these J-beauty products to your shopping list, stat!
In case you're heading to Japan for your next holiday destination, make sure to explore their drugstore aisles and department stores for some must-have Japanese skincare and makeup products. To give you an idea on what to expect, semi-matte skin and bold eyes
Don't miss out on their 1-day-only deals!
Good news, J-beauty fans! You can now shop your favorite Shiseido products online via Lazada! The Japanese brand has officially opened their official store today, November 25, and they're offering awesome deals and gifts with purchases every hour. See the promos below!Ready to
It's only P279!
It's time to rejoice because one of the internet's favorite cleansers is now in the Philippines. For years, we've been seeing rave reviews about the Senka Perfect Whip all over the web, only to resort to resellers who jack up the prices
If you're a fan of Asian skincare, then you've probably read about Hada Labo at least once. Thing is, their products are only available outside the Philippines—that is, until now.That's right—you can now purchase the popular Japanese beauty brand's best-sellers locally in Watsons,
We're making it easier for you to hoard your favorites!
If you're worried about running out of your favorite beauty finds from Japan, don't! We came up with this handy guide so you'll know where to buy them in the Philippines. Ready to start shopping for backups? Read on!1. Lululun Classic Moisturizing Face
You don't have to get lost finding the best beauty products in Tokyo!
Shopping for beauty products in Tokyo is not easy. Tokyo is an enormous city that bombards you with its sights and sounds, it's hard not to experience sensory overload. It also doesn’t help that the beauty aisles are typically arranged in a
You might want to book a flight to Fukuoka, stat!
My shopping experience sort of dictates how much fun I had during a trip. I travel to shop, basically—but don't get me wrong, I'm not the type to splurge on a really expensive purchase. Rather, I'd prefer buying small trinkets and whatnots
They’re scattered all over Japan.
If you have ever been to Japan, then you know it’s impossible not to notice all those tax-free shops sprawled over the country, especially in Tokyo. The Japanese basically have something for every dilemma (just check out their restrooms!), and these shops