This post is also available in: Chinese (Traditional)

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestShare on RedditEmail this to someone

Japan has a lot of drugstores. They’re just like your regular pharmacy stores, but branched out from the usual products like pain killers to cosmetics, cleaning supplies and toilet paper. The larger the store, the larger their cosmetic shelves will be. Why not try or buy a souvenir following this brief guide? Here I present 15 must buy Japanese cosmetic brands.

1. Canmake


tamepon.jp/

Canmake is everywhere, and is cheap. You can buy an eye shadow for 600 yen! The quality is good, considering its price. Official site here.

2. Daiso


harumi-triton.jp/

Daiso is an all 100 yen store, meaning all the products sold in the store are 100 yen (tax excluded). Cosmetics from Daiso (especially Elfa pearl eye shadow) have a high reputation on the Japanese cosmetic review site, @cosme. Official site here.

3. Can★Do


pewre.com/

Can★Do is also a all 100 yen store, and also has a high reputation at @cosmeOfficial site here.

4. Cezanne


cosmeshop.com/

Cezanne is a cosmetic brand widely seen in drug stores. Their products are meant for every day, but are high in quality and low in price. This is true to this day. Official site here.

5. Coffret D’or


item.rakuten.co.jp/

Coffret D’or is famous for using widely-known actresses such as Satomi Ishihara, Masami Nagahara, Hiromi Nagasaku and so on. Their make-up is perfect for every day use. Official site here.

6. KATE

nomorerules.net/

KATE isn’t exactly for every day make up, but more so when you’re going out on the weekends, or for when you’re feeling daring. But you can of course use it whenever you want. Official site here.

7. MAJOLICA MAJORCA

mihokoshop.com/

Majolica Majorca is fun just looking through the official site. Every product has a short back story, often themed with fantasy and delight. Products aren’t that expensive, so that’s nice too! Official site here. 

8. Hada Labo


i-voce.jp/

Hada Labo is a brand of toners and beauty lotions. It is especially famous for its product Goku-jun, as shown above. Official site here.

9. Tsubaki Oil, Ooshima Tsubaki

flower-photo.info/

This is a little pricey, but definitely worth the money. Tsubaki oil is camellia oil. Ooshima tsubaki’s oil is 100% camellia, making your damaged hair luscious and fine. Official site here.

10. Mujirushi Products

gigazine.net/

Mujirushi products’s cosmetics may not that be decorative, but they are effective. Their skin toners and hohoba oil are highly recommended. Official site here.

11. Abura Tori Gami,Yojiya

mery.jp/

Abura torigami means oil absorbing paper. You can absorb your face oil without messing up your make up. Official site here.

12. Kotoshina

kotoshina-kyoto.com/

Kotoshina is an all organic skin care line originating from Kyoto. All products include green tea elements. Recommended for those with sensitive skin. Official site here.

13. MAQuillAGE


officiallyjd.com/

MAQuillAGe products have vibrant colors and beautiful packaging. May be a little pricey compared to the brands above, but worth your money! Official site here.

14. SHISEIDO

fashionsnap.com/

I’m sure everyone has heard of this brand at least once. It is worth the fame. I personally love their eye lash curler. Official site here.

15. SK-Ⅱ

sk-ii.jp/

SK-Ⅱ is an anti-aging line of products especially famous for its skin toners. It is very expensive, but continued use produces dramatic results. Official site here.

 

Also check:

[Beauty and Cosmetics]

20 Beauty Products You Can Buy at Drugstores At Japan

11 Affordable Skincare Products to Buy in Japan

11 High-end Skincare Products to Buy in Japan

10 Japanese beauty appliances that can be used worldwide

20 Japanese Beauty Electronics You Should Check Out

[Fashion]

11 Recommended Japanese Lingerie Brands to Buy in Japan

12 Japanese Lingerie Brands You Need To Check Out

11 Lolita Brands You Should Check Out in Japan

19 Stylish Women’s Apparel Brands To Check Out In Japan

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestShare on RedditEmail this to someone