If you're worried about running out of your favorite beauty finds from Japan, don't! We came up with this handy guide, so you'll know where to buy them in the Philippines. Ready to start shopping for backups? Read on!

1. Lululun Classic Moisturizing Face Mask

Price: P250/7 sheets; P995/42 sheets

Sold At: Beauty Bar

Probably the product most Pinays never leave Japan without. Lululun's famous sheet mask is fragrance-free and is suitable for all skin types. 

2. Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence

Price: P445

Sold At: Watsons, Robinsons Department Stores, The SM Store

It protects skin from the harsh rays of the sun with its powerful SPF 50, and it can be used for dry or combination skin types.

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3. Majolica Majorca Lash King Mascara

 

Price: P850

Sold At: Watsons, The SM Store

Ah, one of the first Japanese mascaras to have landed on our shores. When you get your hands on one of these, hoard them because they're almost always out of stock!

4. Canmake Marshmallow Finish Powder

Price: P790

Sold At: Landmark Trinoma, Personal Care Exchange, The SM Store, Watsons SM North Edsa, Watsons SM Megamall

This kind-to-your-skin powder will blur your pores and fine lines to give your complexion a smooth finish!

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5. Kate Tokyo Super Sharp Liner A

Price: P600

Sold At: Zalora, Watsons, The SM Store

Equipped with a brush tip and a long-wearing, pigmented formula, this eyeliner can go head-to-head with the ones from Stila and Kat Von D!

6. K-Palette 1Day Tattoo Lasting 3Way Eyebrow Pencil

Price: P795

Sold At: The SM Store, Beauty Bar, Rustan's The Beauty Source, Zalora

If you are about to finish yours, run to any of the stores we listed for this 3-in-1 kilay must-have! 

BONUS: SK-II Facial Treatment Essence

Price: P3,317/75ml; P7,956/160ml; P10,101/230ml

Sold At: Sephora.ph

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We know it's not technically available within the Philippines, but no list on famous Japanese beauty products would ever be complete without this. Yes, it's pricey, but after one use you'll know why this essence is worth it!

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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