The Anti-ageing Hacks Which Japanese Women Use To Stay Youthful

In the last few years, Japanese skin care regimens have emerged as popular and effective. In case you haven’t noticed, it is time to pay attention to some Asian countries and their population. Most Japanese women have learned the art of defying age and are practically ageless. You’d see actresses from the Asian film industry who are well over their 50s but don’t look a day older than 30. You might think that celebrities have rather expensive hacks for maintaining youthfulness. But it’s not just famous people, from models to influencers to regular Asian women, they all seem to know a secret you don’t. And you’d think it’s some secret ingredient or some cream or facial that you ought to know about. But turns out, it’s just about the right kind of lifestyle.

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Asian beauty techniques like sheet masks and lip contouring is taking over the beauty industry by storm. But it is not just about makeup hacks or a beauty regimen, it is about the basic grooming technique. Numerous Japanese beauty influencers and models have admitted that they are often told by their parents to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to eat right. But plenty of people do that and still can’t seem to defy the wrinkles. So, what are Japanese women doing and eating that keeps them looking so young?

1Seafood works wonders

You might not like fish or the daily salmon lunch, but you’d be doing yourself a favour, if you make a habit of eating it. Most Asian countries, especially Japan and its people consume a lot of fish. In fact, it is an absolute dietary staple for them. Monkfish, salmon, mackerel etc are very healthy and improve skin. They don’t just keep skin younger but also work on some deeper issues like sagging and pores. As a result of which, their skin isn’t just clearer, but also tighter and is less vulnerable to sagging. The seafood also works wonders for weight loss and is also a healthier option than meat.

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2It also has other benefits

Seafood also has Omega-3, which is a fatty acid found in fish oils. This acid also helps strengthen membranes, ward of cancer risks and prevent sun damage. You must know sun damage is one of the primary causes of ageing. Even though you don’t miss out on sunscreen, the sun rays find a way to come in contact with the skin. Japanese women make sure their diets have plenty of Omega-3 so that they have a solid protection against sun damage. It is also a healthy fat which means it keeps the toxins out and that is a huge step towards accomplishing a successful anti-ageing regimen.

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3But never fried fish

You’ll notice that most Asian restaurants aren’t too big on fried food. In Japan, especially, it’s all about steamed or simply boiled food. An authentic Japanese seafood noodles contains ingredients which are steamed. Even the vegetables are not stir-fried. Fried fish doesn’t do your skin any favours. Mainly because when Omega-3 acid is exposed to severely high temperature, they are destroyed and their nutrient values are lost. Asians also prefer fresh and steamed fish which is why their skin benefits from the positive elements. Canned fish is also no good if you are really trying to eat healthy and take care of your skin.

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4Fruits = desserts?

Do you usually reach for a cupcake or a candy bar after dinner? That’s where you are going wrong. Your favourite Japanese Instagram influencer who has the skin you envy is not quite doing this after dinner. Most Japanese people usually eat some fruit after their meals. Fruit is actually a bigger part of a regular Asian meal. And we’re not talking about a cobbler or a pie, but just raw, fresh fruits. It is obviously a better option than regular desserts which have a lot of unhealthy calories and affect your skin. Try this: After your next meal, choose a fruit and see if it makes up for your sugar cravings. Most fruits have natural sweeteners and are not harmful.

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5Green tea really is the best

Tea is the most popular beverage in Japan, and most Japanese women settle for a warm cup of green tea in between their meals. A steaming pot of green tea, right after waking up can do wonders for your health. Green tea is a total multi-tasker and from lowering risks your cancer and helping you lose weight, it does it all. Japanese people usually drink at least two to three cups of green tea a day. But try green tea powder, instead of green tea bags as they are more effective. Green tea also flushes toxins out from your skin and shows results within just a week.

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