The Japanese Skincare Revolution: How to Have the Most Beautiful Skin of Your Life–At Any Age

Japanese women are renowned for their beautiful skin, but until now there has been no book in English that reveals the secrets of the typical Japanese beauty routine. The Japanese Skincare Revolution is the first guide for women of all ages and races who want to have beautiful skin like the Japanese, and don’t want to spend lots of money on cosmetics and treatments to achieve it.

Author Chizu Saeki is a practicing aesthetician and beauty consultant whose dream is to teach ordinary women how to become more beautiful. To this end, she writes books, teaches, and tours Japan, giving demonstrations of the techniques she developed over a career spent in the beauty industry. Her books have sold more than 3 million copies in Japan, and the revolutionary ideas presented in this volume have won the approval of skin doctors within Japan and out.

The Japanese Skincare Revolution is Saeki’s best-selling skincare title, and her first to be translated into English. It is a distillation of all of her most essential techniques. In it, readers will be introduced to the lotion maska moisturizing treatment for keeping the skin fresh and lustrous; hand techniques for toning the muscles of the face; lymph massages for draining toxins and improving blood flow; natural, no-nonsense remedies for wrinkles, sagging, oiliness, pimples, and blackheads; warm care and cool care for soothing the mind and body; water massages to energize the skin; and much, much more.

Throughout the book, Saeki calls on the reader to use her own hands to touch and treat her face, and her own eyes to judge what her skin needs. She leads her toward a wholehearted skincare routine that will have her complimenting herself as her skin responds. By following Saeki’s advice, every woman will discover that it’s possible to have beautiful skin at any age without – spending a fortune.

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3 comments

  1. Tara123

    Love this book – totally improved my skin! I cannot say enough how much I love this book… easy, nurturing and women-positive suggestions. Not caddy and shallow like many “skin help” books. Advice is easy to follow and straight-forward. I will say however, that what is referred to as “lotion” is really what American’s think of as “toner.” However, when selecting one to use for the all-important “lotion mask,” which I do twice a day you only need a HYDRATING Toner. I use Avalon Organic’s Lavender Hydrating Toner for my combo/normal…

  2. Ann Kammerer

    Noticeable difference happened very quickly with my vegan products Let me start by saying that I already used very high quality vegan products and I also use a lot of essential oils (always from doTerra or Young Living) because I am 44 years old and am trying (pretty successfully) to stave of aging. So the issue of expense or buying more products as noted by some was not an issue for me. I already used moisturizing toner (or lotion as called in the book), serum, and moisturizer. My regular products from Caudalie, Arbonne, and doTerra had already taken at least…

  3. Jeez88

    3-4 months experience with chizu saeki’s skincare routine I have been following Chizu Saeki’s skincare for about 3-4 months now. I can honestly tell you that her skincare routine is not a bad one even though it takes up A LOT of your time in the morning and at night.I can’t say that all the time that you are going to spend massaging your face in front of the mirror is worth it, especially for young women. If you don’t have wrinkles and stuff, you will not see much of a difference except that your skin is getting quite soft and a LITTLE BIT…

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