Change Up Your Skincare Routine By Using Face Masks Made With Japanese Sake And Tea Seed Oil

When a bottle of Japanese sake is placed in front of us, the typical response would be to pour it into a cup and drink. But aside from being a fantastic companion on nights when we're winding down at home, sake has also long been known to be an excellent skincare product. Packed with kojic acid, amino acid, among many other components beneficial for the skin, it has been highly regarded for its anti-aging, exfoliating, and moisturizing effects.

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However, the constant influx of new beauty products has pushed any kind of beauty regimen that includes a bottle of sake into obsoletion, and it might even be safe to say that most people aren't even aware of this characteristic of the traditional alcoholic beverage. Hoping to turn that reality around, though, are Kazurasei and Yamamoto Honke, two historic manufacturers of tea seed oil and sake. In an attempt to bring back the "old school" skincare routine, they've collaborated to create Japanese sake and tea seed oil face masks that promise nourished and youthful skin for its users.

Created with a blend of plant, tree, and fruit extracts, the face masks are free from parabens, artificial colors, fragrances, and mineral oils. They are good for year-round use, and can protect the skin during dry winters and from harsh UV rays in the summer.

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The face masks can be purchased at Kazurasei stores in Gion and Rokkaku, Kyoto, and from their online store. Boxes of 5 masks are available for 3,600 yen (US$32), and individual face masks can be bought for 800 yen (US$7.10) each. For anyone looking to change up their daily skincare routine, it could be worth giving Japanese sake a try.

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