Vitality and beauty with Inner Beauty Japan

A week ago, I started taking Inner Beauty Japan, a natural and plant-based supplement that aims to stabilize female hormones and protect our skin against free radical damage. This product has been selling at luxury spa shops in Japan for around four years and since January this year, has made its foray into Singapore. Now, given that there are already tons of beauty supplements available in the market so what’s so different about this product?

Improves and balances the female hormones
I think what’s different about Inner Beauty Japan is that it works on two levels. First, it improves and balances our female hormones that are so important for our physical and mental well being. As such this product is recommended for women 30 years and above as it can help to improve both premenstrual as well as menopausal symptoms. Having hormonal balance will also help to improve our physical beauty and make our body more energetic and feminine.

Improves skin condition and hair growth
Next, this supplement contains ingredients that guard against UVA/UVB rays, improve our complexion by making it fairer, smoother, more elastic, less oily, and less acne prone. Apparently, taking this supplement can also help to promote stronger hair and nail growth. So it’s different from the typical collagen supplements as this is kind of an all-in-one supplement for women who needs more vitality and beauty in their lives.

Natural ingredients
The best part is that this beauty supplement does not contain preservatives nor artificial coloring and is suitable for vegetarians. Inner Beauty Japan contains natural ingredients including Pueraria Mirifica and Pomegranate Powder to improve the balance and level of female hormones; Rose Hip Powder, which are rich in vitamin C and amino acids for the skin; White Juda’s Ear for moisturizing benefits; Lychee Powder for its high dose of antioxidants; Adlay that is rich in amino acids to prevent pimples and improve metabolism; and Silk Powder, which also contains amino acids to improve the barrier function of the skin.

Herbal rejuvenation from Pueraria Mirifica
I’ve actually learnt a thing or two about Pueraria Mirifica and found out that it is a natural tuberous herbal root that contains high levels of natural phytoestrogens. In fact, this root is also popularly known as the herbal rejuvenation therapy or herbal remedy from Thailand with a well known side effects and that is enlarging breasts! It seems that this is a popular ingredient used in some of the bust enhancement cookies too. Some women are of course concerned that such an ingredient might cause side effects but I was assured that Inner Beauty Japan uses a high grade of Pueraria Mirifica and the company has also advised their customers not to take more than the recommended dose as that can result in hormonal imbalance.

Proper product packaging
When I received the supplement, it came as a box with a small flyer that introduces the product and its ingredients. Each box contains 30 capsules and they are in turned, sealed and packed in special packaging to protect from the high humidity and temperature of tropical countries like ours.

Dosage and results
One thing I like about Inner Beauty Japan is that I only need to take one capsule after dinner every day. That’s very convenient for me as I usually dislike taking more than one capsule or pill. I was informed that Inner Beauty Japan did a test with a big group of volunteers from 28 to 60 years old and about 90% of the consumers gained positive results, with some as early as after two to three weeks. Feedback included facial skin becoming smoother, an increased level of energy and vigor, plus less irritability before menstruation.

My personal experience
As I’ve only started taking this for a week, so I’m unable to provide any telling results. However, it so happened that this is the time of the month before my period and I haven’t noticed any PMS. Do note that I’ve also stopped taking other supplements and am currently only taking Mega Acidophilus other than this. The other thing that I’ve noticed is an improved bowel movement so I suppose this also has some detoxifying effects.

Safety of the supplement
Inner Beauty is sold on the premise that it is made from 100% natural herbal ingredients and is therefore safe for consumption. However, I would recommend that if you’re taking this supplement, you should stop taking other supplements that also promote hormonal balance. And if you are suffering from any health or hormonal issues and are on medications for them, then it is always best to get a direct advice from your doctor.

Price and special August promotion
This beauty supplement from Japan is sold at Nishino Pharmacy in Singapore but you can get it cheaper at S$88 when you purchase online from Inner Beauty Japan Pte Ltd. Free delivery is included for customers in Asia and this offer is valid till 31 August 2011.  For ordering and more information on the supplement, check out Inner Beauty Japan’s website.



  1. EcoBeauty says:

    I’m currently not so keen about supplements with phytoestrogens as I think we already get a lot of it from our current modern diet. Having said that, women should definitely consider carefully and reevaluate their current diet and lifestyle before taking supplements that affect hormones. Just like how you cautioned on your post, it shouldn’t be taken with any other supplements that promote hormonal balance–which unfortunately, isn’t something that’s always clearly stated in supps that promote healthy skin and hair. Most of the time, consumers really have to read the ingredients and do their own research. Aside from that, we have a lot of food in our diet like Soya and non-organic vegetables/fruits (due to chemical preservatives/fertilizers) that release phytoestrogens, too. Makes me wonder if women during caveman era suffered from hormonal imbalance? 0_O

  2. sesame says:

    You raised an interesting point about the caveman. Haha…never thought about it but if we go by the biblical truths, then the early men basically had better health. Our health really got worst during the end times.

    It’ll be good to read the ingredients so it’s good the supplements are transparent about what they include.

  3. Lydia says:

    To be very honest I never paid attention to supplements up until recently when I noticed that my hair isn’t as healthy as before. I can’t remember that I had problems with split ends in the past. sigh. But I’m a bit hesitant when it comes to balancing out hormonal issues with the help of supplements. Will be happy if you could update on this later on after having tested it thoroughly.
    Lydia last post is: Alverde Aqua Augen Roll-On Perle

  4. Carrie says:

    Sounds like a magical pill for ladies, yet the price is so dear and I also concur my views with EcoBeauty above. Possibly this is because my mom is a breast cancer survivor and one of the main triggers for her illness is due to a surplus of estrogen. Being her daughter makes me weary about my reactions to certain foods/supplements in the long term, as the offsprings of a cancer patient tends to have higher probability of getting cancer as well (yet again it is due to various factors such as lifestyle, genetics, environmental stressors and personality traits etc). Would be interesting if they could do some research around its affects for cancer patients or at-risk individuals~ Though good to know this is friendly to vegetarians ?

  5. sesame says:

    I used to take a few kind of supplements for the hair but those helped little and so I stopped.

    I’ll do an update on my FB page after a month on the status.

  6. sesame says:

    Yes, it’s good to be careful. That’s why I mentioned that it’s best to steer clear of all other hormonal supplements when taking this. Also, to stop using any form of hormonal creams even. But like Ecobeauty mentioned, diet is another thing to watch.

    For most supplements, I find myself taking them consistently for a period and then cutting down. My body can’t do without them completely too. The only one I take daily is Mega Acidophilus now. Others, I take like 2 – 3 times a week. For some, I’ll even skip a month before continuing again.

  7. Sherah says:

    Im really interested to get this supplement. As I always
    Get out breaks during pms. I suppose it’s due to imbalance hormones.
    How has the Inner Beauty Japan help u so far?
    Tkx if u could help.

  8. sesame says:

    I think I had slight purging after taking this…some minor pimples but it has stopped. I see it helps my PMS but skin wise, I haven’t seen visible improvements.

  9. Sherah says:

    Thank you so much Sesame…:D

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