For the past couple years, Asian-orginated skincare products have gradually become accepted into the American beauty community….most with help of course. Let me give you a brief example:
Seen these skincare products before? Maybe in your local Ulta store or reviewed by your favorite beauty guru on YouTube? Well, this is a Korean-based company that has been introduced and accepted by Americans all over. Here’s another that I actually did not know was an Asian-based company that has spread and now has locations here in the United States:
DHC is a skincare company from Japan in which the founder, Yoshida, traveled abroad to educate himself and learn ways to fuse olive oils in Spain with herbs from Japan. He also gained additional education on skincare in Europe.
DHC has now expanded to the United States by way of California and has been apart of the mainstream skincare community for some time now. So don’t be shocked when you see Asian skincare companies and wonder if they can strive just as European skincare has in North America. You can see the range of skincare products DHC has to offer on Amazon right here.