Japanese beauty

Q&A with an Entrepreneur and YouTube Creator: Loretta Scott

Ever wonder what it would be like to move to Japan and start your own business? Read on to find out how this entrepreneur and YouTube creator forged her own path.

I’m supposed to be in Japan right now, but I’m not because (what else?)…we live in a post-COVID world. I look forward to the day I can return to Japan, but in the meantime, I’m happy to live vicariously through YouTube videos. Today, I’m happy to share a Q&A with Loretta Scott, an amazingly talented and creative entrepreneur who lives in Japan. I discovered Loretta through her KemushiChan YouTube channel.

Biore blackhead strips review

These strips will leave your pores feeling cleaner in just 15 minutes. But the Japanese version tends to leave extra adhesive residue on your nose.

My fiance has a pretty big crop of blackheads on his nose. One day I bought him a pack of Biore blackhead strips as a joke, but he actually ended up liking them. It feels detoxifying to peel off the strip and see a bunch of black stuff on the strip, meaning that it’s no longer hanging out in your pores. During our last vacation in Japan, we bought the Japanese version of the Biore blackhead strips, just to compare them with the ones we usually get.

Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protection Lotion WetForce Sunscreen Review

This sunscreen has been developed with WetForce technology that is supposed to enhance its UV-protective powers in the presence of water/sweat.

I’ve heard of water-resistant sunscreen before, but what about sunscreen that is not just resistant to water, but actually further enhanced by water? Shiseido claims that its WetForce technology does just that. Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protection Lotion WetForce Sunscreen SPF 50+ was included in the Sephora Sun Safety Kit 2018. This sunscreen is water-resistant for up to 80 minutes and includes a mixture of four FDA-approved sunscreen ingredients: avobenzone, octinoxate, octocrylene, and…