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Reddit mentions of Japan Health and Beauty - Humidity Cezanne skin conditioner coerciveAF27

Sentiment score: 9
Reddit mentions: 16

We found 16 Reddit mentions of Japan Health and Beauty - Humidity Cezanne skin conditioner coerciveAF27. Here are the top ones.

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Found 16 comments on Japan Health and Beauty - Humidity Cezanne skin conditioner coerciveAF27:

u/scumteam14 · 9 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

>I currently use hyaluronic acid as an active and a hydrating toner might have that as an ingredient. It might be a bit redundant to use both.

Hyaluronic acid is not an active - just a nice humectant. Feel free to stack HA products, similar to how you can layer multiple moisturizers :)

If your biggest skin issue is dehydration and discolouration, you might benefit from a product featuring niacinamide. Niacinamide can help treat both of those things, and is a nice easy ingredient to introduce. Several of the recs down below feature niacinamide, and if you want a separate serum you can check out Skinlex 10% Niacinamide Serum

Pulled from this list of products recs for dry or dehydrated skin:

Recs for hydrating serums & toners:

the serums & toners HG thread,

> Scinic Honey All In One Ampoule (review, jolse)

Cosrx Advanced Snail 96 Mucin Power Essence (review, jolse)

> Paula's Choice Enriched Calming Toner (Paula's Choice)

the dry & dehydrated skin thread,

Rumase Bifida Snail Toner (review, ibbi)

> Hada Labo Gokujyun Premium Lotion (review, amazon)

Klairs Supple Preparation Toner (review, wishtrend)

> Kiku-Masamune High Moist Lotion (review, amazon)

the AB products for dry, sensitive, or over-exfoliated skin thread thread

Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner (review, jolse)

> CosRx Galactic Mice 95 Whitening Power Essence (review, jolse)

Benton Snail Bee High Content Essence (review, jolse)

> Innisfree The Green Tea Seed Serum (review, jolse)

Superdrug Simple Hydrating Serum (review, £2.99 on superdrug)

> Scinic Aqua AIO Ampoule (review, jolse)

and randomly accumulated recs:

Pyunkang Yul Essence Toner (review, jolse)

> Pyunkang Yul Moisture Serum (review, jolse)

Cezanne Skin Conditioner High Moist (review, amazon)

> Mario Badescu Aloe Vera Toner (ulta)

Paula's Choice Resist Omega+ Complex Serum (review, Paula's Choice)

> Etude House Soon Jung pH 5.5 Relief Toner(review, jolse)

Whamisa Organic Flowers Deep Rich Essence Toner (review, review 2, glow recipe)

u/BurgundySnail · 8 pointsr/tretinoin

Stratia LG

And lots of asian beauty options:

Kikumasamune Sake Skin Lotion High Moist (it's a toner, amazon), emulsion (light liquid cream, amazon) or cream, amazon; Mebika moisture lotion (toner), Rosette ceramide gel, Dr. Jart+ ceramide products (there are balm, cream, toner), Cezanne High Moist Lotion (toner, amazon), Meishoku Ceracolla lotion, milk, or gel on amazon, Holika Holika Good Cera toner, emulsion and Cream

Tons of reviews on /r/AsianBeauty

I've tried LG, Kiku emulsion, Cezanne and Dr Jart ceramidin Liquid. They are all light but moisturizing, but get the job done. Never tried Cerave though, so can't compare. But they all should be lighter then Cerave oitment for sure.

u/ThorsHammerMewMEw · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Cleansers (Unless you're using a medicated cleanser most skincare products aren't really going to prevent acne.)

Mochitto Mochi Mochi Face Wash

Hada Labo Gokujun Oil Cleanser (200ml)

Hada Labo Gokujun Hyaluronic Cleansing Foam (160ml)

Medicated Deep Cleansing Oil L (200ml)

Cow Brand Additive-Free Foaming Facial Cleanser (200ml)

Rohto Hadalabo es cleansing foam type (160ML)

Hada Labo Gokujyun Premium Hyaluronic Acid Lotion (170ml)

Spot Treatment

Since your acne is deep in the skin I would look for a dermatologist that also serves foreigners because unless I'm mistaken a lot of products with Benzoyl Peroxide etc are prescription only.

Hydrating Toners

Meishoku Cosmetics Meishoku Facial Water Medicated Skin Lotion 2.7 oz (80 ml) - Acne Prevention

Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Acid Solution (170ml)

Hada Labo Gokujyun "Hyaluronic-Eki" Large-Capacity Pump-Type 400ml

Matsuyama Skin Moisturizing Water, Light Type

Kikumasamune High Moist Lotion

Mebika Moist Lotion

Cezanne High Moist Lotion

Meishoku Cosmetics Ceracolla Super Moist Face Lotion 6 fl oz (180ml)


Hada Labo Shirojyun Cool Hyaluronic Jelly (200ml)

Naturie Skin Conditioning Gel

Rosette Ceramide Gel

Meishoku Cerracolla Perfect Gel


Kobayashi Pharmaceutical Eaude Muge Medicated Skin Cream - 40g - Acne Prevention

Lion Pair Acne Clean Lotion - Look for the cream as well!

Meishoku Cerracolla Perfect Cream

MUJI Sensitive Skin Moisturizing Milk - Moisture (200ml)

Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Cream 50g

Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Milky Lotion 140ml

Hada Labo Gokujyun Premium Hyaluronic Acid Milky Emulsion (140ml)


CANMAKE Mermaid Skin Gel UV

Nivea Protect Water Gel SPF35/PA+++ Pump 140g

Biore Sarasara UV Perfect Face Milk SPF50+/PA++++ 30ml

Biore Sarasara UV Perfect Milk SPF50+/PA++++ 40ml

Hada Labo Gokujun Perfect UV Gel (50g)

u/fateenfareehah · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

If you go to the Amazon JP link there is a box that says ship to: (country name) in Japanese. My Japanese is very rusty, so if you can translate the page, please do so.

I think you can just check out like a usual Amazon purchase after that

u/chelseaannt · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I found it on Amazon (US) here

u/tooziepoozie · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

This is available on Amazon US for those who don't want to create a new account. It's sold by TOY SHOP JAPAN HOBBYONE

u/ethnicmutt · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddictionUK

The Ordinary is great. I also highly recommend an Asian style hydrating toner; put it on after any actives and before your moisturiser. Has really helped my dry dry skin retain moisture better.

They're often cheap as chips for a huge bottle off Amazon if you don't mind waiting a week or so; I have had great results from Cezanne skin conditioner: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00RWMHTU8/

Btw, since the pump dispenser is messy, I usually fill a couple of little travel size spray bottles. Much easier to use if you spritz your face a couple of times; it's also so cheap I use it after a shower as a body moisturiser.

u/lockewat · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

You can find Cezanne skin conditioner here. If you haven't ordered from Amazon Japan before, it's very easy - here's a review. They take care of Japanese customs for you, and pack your items very well. That's where I found the Rosette Gel too.

And no problem! You can also search the Holy Grail Megathreads for recs.

u/rainbow3s · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty


This has it for 20$ but still expensive. I'm saving the link to when I could afford it and it was 17 then.

u/wwaat · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I ordered it here on Amazon.

u/alanayvonne · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I find as the seasons change (it's getting warmer around where I am) my skin kinda freaks out and becomes very sensitive, especially the skin around my eyes.

Another commenter mentioned the Kikumasamune, but there's another one that's popular too called Cezanne. There are a lot of reviews on here about both. Hada Labo also makes a moisturizing toner. I think the key point it to layer moisture. So toner, essence, moisturizer.

Also, if you're not using a sunscreen you should get that as well (I can't remember off hand if the AM lotion you're using has SPF).

Also, one guide I like to link a lot is a beginner's guide by Snow White and the Asian Pear. She has a great graphic and examples of each type of product, just to give you a good overview and then you can go from there. I would say it's best to find a blogger that has similar skin concerns to you, because they're going to be your best bet on getting recommendations as they have been there, done that.

Edit: oops!! lol I didn't realize the comment had the same products listed, sorry!