High cost-performance men’s cosmetics selected by Japanese women.

High cost-performance men’s cosmetics selected by Japanese women.

Japanese men have a high sense of beauty and in particular, an increasing number of Japanese men are paying attention to daily skin care. Because of this, Japan has a wider range of men’s cosmetics than China. Below, we introduce information about high cost-performance men’s cosmetics that are affordable and easy to use, for men not deeply knowledgeable about cosmetics. 

NUDY  Acne Conditioner (Kanebo) 

A Kanebo men’s cosmetics brand, this is a medicinal face lotion that kills Propionibacterium acne and prevents spots. Men worrying about facial acne should give this a try. As well as preventing spots, also moisturizes dry skin, leaving your skin feeling lustrous and smooth.  

UL/OS Skin Lotion (Otsuka Pharmaceuticals) 

A skin lotion designed for men, from Otsuka. One bottle provides total body care from head to toe. Easily expands as is a lotion, and can wash the whole body, and is an easy to carry size meaning this is a very convenient product to have in your bag. 

UNO Skincare Tank (Shiseido) 

Shiseido’s men’s cosmetic brand. Medicinal moisture retaining lotion that prevents acne and rough skin, replenishing moisture. This series has 4 varieties for different skin types: refreshing, moist, mild and UV Cut. As there are not many men’s cosmetic products that cut UV rays, men concerned about sun damage will welcome this product. 

GATSBY Skincare Lotion (Mandam) 

A medicinal face lotion to keep your skin healthy and well balanced. Use this versatile lotion in various ways, including after washing face and shaving, or when skin is dry. 

OXY Tank (ROHTO Pharmaceuticals)

Mild face lotion that won’t smart sensitive skin or skin just after shaving. Choose from 4 varieties to suit your skin type: mild, acne care, moist tank (fresh, moist), and vital care. Moist Tank (fresh) type contains super hyaluronic acid, and because of its high moisture retention is highly rated by women. 

David li

Male Chinese who works for major advertising agency in Tokyo. 15 years of living in Japan has made him an expert on various Japan related topics. He came to Japan after graduating from high school and now permanently settled in Japan. His hobby is to enjoy local cuisines while travelling around various parts of Japan. He has a personal goal of visiting all prefectures in the country and in the process of achieving it, enjoying trips and dining experiences in the nation on his off-days with his family.

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