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Cult hit Japanese beauty product, Cure Natural Aqua Gel, gently exfoliates dead skin cells helping to reveal the renewed glow of fresh, smooth youthful looking skin.

  • Reportedly Japan's #1 exfoliator! 1 sells every 4.5 seconds in Asia
  • Anti-Aging, brighten tone and smoothen skin.
  • Brighten effect has been proved by Japan's biggest health magazine.
    Awarded "Skincare Brand of the Year" by World Branding Awards.
  • Formulated with hydrogen water, aloe, gingko and rosemary extracts along with other key ingredients
  • Hydrogen water, also known as Shin'nooru, has been traditionally used in Japan for over 50 years
  • A lightweight formula that reacts with dead skin cells, helping to gently lift them away without harsh abrasives
  • No fragrance, no colorings, no mineral oils and no preservatives


    1. Wash your face as you normally would. Dry off completely.
    2. Spread gel on desired area and leave on skin for a few moments allowing the product to react with the dead skin cells.
    3. Gently massage in circular motion for 30 seconds to 1 minute (Do not rub too hard).
    4. Rinse well with water and then follow with your normal skin care routine. It is recommended to use twice a week.
    5. Keep out of eyes.


    Water, glycerin, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkylacrylate Crosspolymer, Dicocodimonium Chloride, Steartrimonium Bromide, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, Butylene Glycol.
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    Love sloughing the dead skin!

    I use this twice per week. I look forward to this since it makes my face really smooth. Masks and other skin treatments seem to work better too.