Allure: I Tried a Japanese Skin-Care Routine for a Month, and These Are the Results
As a beauty writer, I'll try anything in the world of beauty at least once. (Well, except for maybe that /react-text react-text: 144 penis facial /react-text react-text: 145 that was taking the world by storm last month — because, just why? — but you get the gist.) Take, for example, Japanese skin care. A few weeks ago, when I learned that the ever-popular Korean beauty craze was starting to be rivaled by none other than its sister to the east, I knew it was time to roll up my sleeves, do a little research on what makes /react-text react-text: 147 J-beauty so popular /react-text react-text: 148 , and go on yet another beauty adventure — all in the name of gorgeous, glowing skin.