Thursday, March 19, 2015

Chizu Saeki The Japanese Skincare Revolution

I love reading a good book before going to bed, but unlike health and nutrition books I often find the beauty category lacking. Sure there are tons of books on how to apply makeup but I haven’t found that many on skincare that provided information I didn’t already know. Chizu Saeki’s The Japanese Skincare Revolution: How to Have the Most Beautiful Skin of Your Life--At Any Age really is ahead of the pack and considering it was first published in 2009 (2004 in Japan) it’s quite amazing how relevant it still is.

The book mostly focuses on techniques to use with your skincare instead of just talking about products. You can find information on facial massage, lymphatic drainage and how to get the best out of your routine by massaging the skin as you cleanse and apply your other products. Everything is well explained and there are pictures for every technique so you can easily learn how to do them properly.

I learned a lot form this book but it was never boring or preachy and the information was novel. We are starting to hear more about facial massage but it’s great to hear about it from someone who’s been practicing it for years. I mean Mrs. Saeki looks amazing for her age and that’s the best way to show the results of her techniques to readers of her book.

You can find Chizu Saeki’s The Japanese Skincare Revolution online from Amazon were you can look at an excerpt and you can also find it in bookstores, though you might need to special order it. It’s very affordable and a great investment in better looking skin for the future. 

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