Archive for August, 2012

Hi Everybody,

Spring is around the corner in Sydney.

Now, a lot of colorful flowers are in bloom although it is still a bit chilly in the morning and at night.

Today, I would like to introduce a blog called “a beautiful story” by Sarah.

Sarah has kindly reviewed our products in detail and even shown her photo without makeup on after using our products for a while! (Thank you very much, Sarah!)

I am very pleased she has become a fan of our products.

Her review are informative and self-explanatory,

so please check out this great post !
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Looking for quality natural skincare? Try “okoii”!

Thank you very much for reading and ciao for now

Yoko xoxo


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Hello Everybody,

When you are tired or stressed, dark circles sometimes appear under your eyes.

You may want to try to cover them by using a concealer or color controller,

but it is the best not to have them from the beginning 🙂

Most of the time, the reason for dark circles comes from the condition of your body.

That’s why it is important to look after your body from the inside.

Skin under your eyes is very thin and delicate, so it is easy to show the condition of capillary vessels under your eyes.

When the circulation of your blood is not well, dark circles appear under your eyes.

When that happens, folic acid and iron can help improve blood circulation and relieve dark circles.

Foods including Folic Acid

  • Asparagus
  • Nori (Japanese seaweed)
  • Liver
  • Rocket
  • Cabbage
  • Spinach   etc…

Foods including Iron

  • Cockle
  • Freshwater Clams
  • Beef
  • Miso
  • Chicken
  • Yolk    etc…

Also, you may want to massage around your eyes as there are a lot of pressure points around your eyes.

It is a good idea to cover your eye area with a hot towel and cold towel in turns.

Dark circles under your eyes make you look old and tired, so hope the above tips will minimize the appearance of dark circles!

Thank you for reading and ciao for now.

Yoko xoxo

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