Japan’s Best Kept Beauty Secret- Suqqu

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One of Japan’s best kept beauty secrets is the amazing brand Suqqu. Suqqu is a high quality, sophisticated skincare and cosmetics brand that epitomises the refined, elegant and radiant brand of beauty that Tokyo women are renown for. Outside of Japan, Suqqu is only available in Japanese Department stores in Taiwan and Thailand, and the world famous Harrods, Selfridges and Fenwick in the United Kingdom.

So, if you are visiting Japan and want to purchase uniquely Japanese, high quality skincare and world leading cosmetics, then the Suqqu counter is only place you need to visit. You won’t be disappointed.

The Suqqu Brand

The Japanese words suuqu-to means “posture with attitude”. Suqqu as a brand echos the Japanese cultural qualities of inner composure and serenity. Aiming to give women a way to nuture self confidence and well being, by taking time to take care of herself and her skin. The cornerstone of the Suqqu brand is it’s gankin or facial core massage technique. In Japan, facial massage is a very important skincare step, and Suqqu has it’s own technique developed to reduce sagging skin (especially cheeks and eyes), improve the appearance of pores and increase blood and oxygen flow. Taking time to take care of your skincare and massage is integral to maintaining radiant and elegant skin as you mature. Suqqu is all about helping you to have amazing skin as you age, perfect for those whom want to age slowly and gracefully. Sounds pretty good to me.

Suqqu Product Range

Skincare

Cleansing, Soap, Massage, Wipe off Lotion, Essence, Lotion, Cream, Whitening and Special Care.

Base Makeup

Makeup base, Foundation, Powder, Concealer

Colour Makeup

Eyes, Cheeks and Lips

 

5 Suqqu Products You Have To Try

 

Eyebrow liquid pen– a revolutionary liquid eyebrow pencil that is so realistic it gives the ability to draw on fine, individual eyebrow hairs. This product makes natural filled in eyebrows possible.

Brushes– They are not cheap, but these brushes are the tools of trade for the world’s best makeup artisits like Lisa Eldridge. The Suqqu cheek brush is fast becoming the standout, as the shape allows for prefect placement of colour and the brush is oh so soft!

Reset Cleansing Emulsion– this cleanser is perfect for this with combination/ dry skin, removing all traces of makeup and impurities but leaving skin soft and hydrated.

Musculate Massage Cream– apply to the skin before the brands gankin massage that promotes blood circulation and strengthens facial muscles to improve firmness, elasticity and hydrate skin.

Blend Colour Eyeshadow– even those who say they can’t apply eyeshadow will love these smooth and easy to blend shades. Suqqu’s colours are flattering and so versitile, you can wear them alone or build up to a more sophisticated and contoured effect.

 

Where to buy Suqqu in Tokyo

Suqqu Store, Shin-Marunouchi Building

Tokyo Daimaru Department Store

Shinjuku Isetan Department Store

Shinjuku Odakyu Department Store

Nihombashi Mistukoshi Department Store

Ginza Mitsukoshi Department Store

Tokyu Toyoko Department Store

Ikebukuro Tobu Department Store

Seibu Ikebukuro Department Store

Yokohama Takashimaya Department Store

Tama Plaza Tokyu Department Store

Urawa Isetan Department Store

Mito Keisei Department Store

Kashiwa Takashimaya Department Store

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2 thoughts

  1. Hello!I am travelling to Tokyo for the first time. How do I get a facial massage with them? Do they offer massages as a service? I can’t find any information on where to get one and would love something, whether at Suqqu or elsewhere. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Diti,
      Japanese facial massage is amazing and it is incorporated into all facial treatments in Japan. If you are interested my favourite is the facial at Koh Gen Do in Azabu Juban (there is a full blog post and review under Facials). Suqqu do have lesson is facial massage but as far as I can see they are only in Japanese. I will investigate further and hope to write a post about this!
      Have a great time in Tokyo and let me know if you need anything else! Alisa

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