I've also asked beauty professionals how to choose the best facial care products.
Wrinkles, sagging skin, open pores, fine lines and wrinkles, and other skin problems and concerns are unique to each individual. In such cases, home facial beauty product is an easy way to add to your skincare routine at home. In a survey of 1,046 Ozmall readers, the most common questions were, "Does it really work? I don't know what to choose. In this issue, Takeshi Oide, former editor-in-chief of the weekly beauty industry newspaper WWD Beauty, tells us about the effects of various facial equipment and how to choose the best one for you.
1-1. What kind of facial device do you use?
Of the 1,064 people who responded to our survey, 305 said they had purchased a facial device, and 281 said they were interested but had never purchased one. Many of the respondents bought facial products for pinpointing their concerns, such as "I'm worried about my lines" (Riko-chan) or "I want to get rid of my sagging skin," while some said they were attracted by the ease of use, such as "It's easier than going to a beauty salon" (Beloved Wife).
In the ranking by type, the easy-to-use roller facial device was overwhelmingly popular, followed by the highly versatile ultrasonic and steam facial devices.
1-2. What do you consider important when choosing a facial beauty device?
The most common answer to the question "What do you consider important when choosing a facial device? The most common answer was "ease of use and hassle-free", followed by "solving skin problems". The second most common answer was "ease of use and hassle-free", followed by "solving skin problems". "It has to be easy to use at home" (Hare) and "I can't continue using it unless it's easy to care for and use" (Wafusa). (Wafufu). "There is no point in using something that is not effective, so solving skin problems is a prerequisite. The price of the product itself or the fact that it requires a special lotion is unaffordable, so cost is also important" (Chi).
1-3. What is your budget when buying a facial beauty device?
When asked about the amount of money they spend per facial massager device, the most common answer was "10,000 to 20,000 yen" (146 respondents), followed by "20,000 to 30,000 yen" (96 respondents). When we actually went to the stores, we found that the price range varied from a few thousand yen to 100,000 yen, but we found that "I want to use a product that I can trust because it comes in direct contact with my skin" (No side) and "Most of the products are expensive, but I focus on whether or not it will be effective and whether or not it will be hard on my skin" (neyo). As you can see, the most popular products are those that are reasonably priced and safe to use. Many people said that they read word-of-mouth sites and refer to them when making their purchases.
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