Based on the knowledge and experience of Geisha, we have created a 4-steps Kire Skin Ritual.
Advice: Use only your hands and fingertips throughout the ritual. Do not use cotton balls. The flakes negatively affect the condition of the skin, irritating it especially in the thinnest places. They also absorb cosmetics unnecessarily, wasting them.
Step 1 - Cleansing
Although often overlooked, it is the most important element in the beauty ritual process. According to Japanese skin care, cleansing is a health-promoting activity. Just 20 seconds is enough to remove the remnants of makeup and wash off the cosmetic. One of the secret ingredients is rice water, which gives the effect of radiant skin. Other ingredients geisha eagerly reached for are oleic acid and camellia oil, rich in vitamins A, B, D and E.
Step 2 - Exfoliation
It should be present in our skin care regularly. Asian women, using rice flour, prepared a special exfoliating paste that, when activated with water, cleans the pores, brightens the skin and makes it ready to receive new nutrients. By adding ground rice bran meal, you enrich the paste with vitamins A, B2, B12 and moisturizing proteins. This is a step that should take approximately 20 seconds.
Step 3 - Toning
This is the perfect time to brighten and soften the skin. It is an important step between cleansing and moisturizing the skin. Let's not forget, that toning alone will not replace cleansing. At this stage, Japanese skin care offers lotions saturated with plant extracts, light and free from strong smells. They are called "waters of beauty" and contain nutrients rich in lactic acid, green / black tea and algae. They restore the correct pH level. Take just 7 seconds to apply our toner to dry skin and let it work.
Step 4 - Moisturizing
The last step on the list, but extremely important regardless of the skin type you have. Take at least 20 seconds to apply a cream or serum on the face. The secret ingredient of Asian women is, among others, silk, which contains extracts rich in amino acids and antioxidants, promoting cell regeneration.