Japanese Beauty Product or Not?

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Without looking it up online or in the comments, can you guess what this product is?

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Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen

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  1. Beth says:

    I had a feeling it was going to be some sort of random detergent, but I think its probably body lotion or hand soap because of the pump.

    Beth´s last blog post..Why I don’t belong at the Gym

  2. Maryda says:

    Hi there
    It’s a body shampoo in Japanese or shower gel 🙂

  3. jojoba says:

    This is recisely part of the reason why i normally avoid Japanese products!!! and i can read some japanese too! if i don’t know what’s put in the products, i’d be worried about it’s going to be used on any part of my body… most of them don’t have translation for of the ingredients.

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  4. Lisey says:

    shower wash – peach scented!

    i spy Tsubaki haircare on the bottom shelf too.

  5. Amber says:

    I voted for hand soap because of the foamy looking thing with the arrow. But maybe I’m just kracie naive. 😉

  6. lily says:

    I’m guessing it’s a facial cleanser….

    out of the norm lol

  7. blackrose says:

    Hi,Karen!
    I’m Japanese girl.

    This products is Conditioner!!
    Use after the shampoo.
    this brand is famous in Japan.

    thanks!!

  8. Lupita says:

    It is Conditioner. I lived in Japan and I am familiar with that product.

  9. brenda says:

    Mmm that would be either Shampoo or conditioner, the store I go to usually labels it in english.

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  10. Heidi says:

    I’m going to go with body soap. I can tell by the texture.

  11. Jun says:

    It says “conditioner” right on the bottle, so it’s sort of hard for me to make a guess. lol

    Naive is also a very common drugstore brand.

  12. smirfy says:

    Naive, doesn’t it mean body

  13. Michele says:

    I am going with shampoo or conditioner.
    i love the bottle!

    Michele

  14. Mansie says:

    Yeah, it’s definitely conditioner. That’s what one year in Japanese has taught me. lol.

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  15. Christina says:

    It says conditioner on it =]!!

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  16. Lynn says:

    I have that! It was body wash. 🙂 I used it all up and filled it up with Head and Shoulders (I even moved the sticker from the H&S bottle). It confused my sisters, “hey i didn’t head and shoulders made round bottles. i want one!” hahaha 🙂

  17. Ellery says:

    I guessed hand soap. I think it was the peachness!

    I love Japanese products, the packaging is always so cute and the product is usually amazing too.

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  18. Jeng says:

    lol it’s conditioner xD
    i’m able to read katakana 🙂

  19. Coquettetiquette says:

    I believe it’s conditioner–I can read Japanese, and I can understand it for the most part, LOL. I love their cleanser, since it thoroughly cleans my face (it’s a little drying, though). The body wash is nice, too.

  20. Nelore says:

    LOL.

    I can read Japanese. 😡

    It’s conditioner.

  21. Eru says:

    I voted Face cleanser, but I’m not very sure, LoL! 😀

  22. Rowena says:

    A soap for the lady parts?!

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  23. Sylvie says:

    It’s a conditioner because I read Japanese too =P

  24. Karen says:

    Hi Ladies!

    This one was easy for the girls who can read Japanese, but for those of you who can’t (I’m one of ya), it was substantially tougher, LOL!

    It’s a bottle of conditioner. 🙂

  25. Erin says:

    I thought it was going to be something totally random… like… yogurt.

  26. Gloria says:

    I was so close! I voted for shampoo since I’ve seen this at local Asian grocery stores.

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  27. Sleepy says:

    Body wash?

  28. Tyler says:

    Hah, I knew it was conditioner. I guess my four years of Japanese classes make it kind of an unfair advantage though, huh.

  29. April says:

    I knew it was conditioner! I asked the hubs and he speaks Japanese! LOL

  30. Susan says:

    pretty sure it’s facial cleanser. I’ve seen it before and it comes in several other scents~ Never given it a try though because people say it doesn’t do much getting makeup off 🙁

  31. Susan says:

    !! apparently I fail. conditionerrr

  32. Mande says:

    My guess is a shampoo or conditioner. It looks very Suave-ish. The brand that is. Except a stylin’ Japanese version. 🙂

  33. kit says:

    If my katakana didn’t fail me, conditioner is what it says. Haven’t never tried this..wonder if it’s good.

  34. Dao says:

    I was close: I thought it was a bottle of shampoo! Conditioner is the closest thing to shampoo, right? 😉

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  35. KK says:

    Hey stranger! How are you these days?
    I wish we were able to get cute japanese products here in texas!

    Off the subject but I found my new favorite mascara today…maybelline stiletto!! Girl, it ROCKS! It is very similar to Lancome Definicils but not as $$!

    I am in LOVE, and I buy a new mascarra every week!

    I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!
    x0x0x0

  36. Stephie says:

    haha. I see you like to snoop around the Japanese store as well. I knew it was either shampoo or conditioner from my ventures down that aisle. I’ve always been curious about their conditioners w/ camelia oil since I know they are in the Shu Moisturizing conditioners. But I can’t ever read the rest of ingredients….

  37. Sammie says:

    well, I was baffled.

  38. Michele says:

    I still think it is shampoo,
    Karen, How is your Mom?
    All, Pray for my son- in law’s father. He is in CCU with a heart attack. And hey putting a pacemaker in,
    Michele
    Just what we need on christmas eve,
    Michele

  39. claudia says:

    Haha, I really struggled with the katakana characters but came up with conditioner! I haven’t studied the language in nearly 10 years though! 🙂

  40. mhaellix says:

    It’s conditioner. (I read it) But I would’ve never guessed that it was a conditioner if I can’t read Japanese.

  41. julie says:

    hi it is shower gel

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