Japanese Beauty Haul | MAYhem #8

Japanese stores are always full of cute and quirky items; especially if you take a trip down the beauty aisle. There is a Daiso store just up the road from me and I always like to check out what interesting items they have.

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Facial Wash Brush

This appears to be a brush to remove your cleanser with. The packet says to use it two or three times per week which interests me – does it promote a deeper clean somehow? I am planning on mostly using this brush to apply face masks.

Hand Mask Pack

As the name suggests, this product is a hand mask that has been soaked with a hydrating essence to keep your hands nice and moisturised. You wear this product like a glove for 20 minutes 1-2 times per week.

Foot Mask Pack

This product is a similar concept to the hand mask pack. I think it would be a great addition to your winter skincare routine when we need that extra hydration.

Natural Foot Pad Sheet

This is a product I am most interested in but also a little bit intimidated to try! You apply these patches to the bottom of your feet before bed and apparently they change colour overnight as they absorb toxins from the body. You are meant to feel refreshed when you wake up – so I will have to test them out and report back.

Oil Blotting Papers

I like to keep oil blotters on hand as I have days where I can get a little shiny. I enjoy trying new ones all the time so I am intrigued to see how these oil blotters compare to my slightly more expensive ones!

Brush Cleaner

I had heard great things about the Daiso brush cleaner, so of course I picked one up. I have used it a few times now and it seems to be efficient at removing all traces of makeup from the brush quickly!

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