Here in Japan women are obsessed with looking *beautiful*.  I'm sure American women are also but I don't think it's quite to the same level as the Japanese.  It's insane and actually one reason I'm afraid of the *stereotypical* Japanese woman.  I'm sure some of this stuff is available in the states but I don't think all of it is.

Anyway, I stole all these images from the National website 

There are feet massagers.  I'm not sure how they make you look better except maybe if you are less stressed then you'll smile more 😉

Foamy suds I guess because it's fun and I'm sure they sell a variety of ingredients that are supposed to remove wrinkles or cellulite or whatever.

Here is your personal Dremel tool, um I mean fingernail polisher.

And then this is a console with four different types of electro−shock therapy.  You can see a few more pictures here.  Each of these things has little electrodes that *stimulate* your face muscles to remove wrinkles.

One of my old roommates had one of these.  When I first saw it I thought it might have something to do with contact lenses as it sprays a mist and also sucks in through the little rubber tip.  It's actually a face vacuum cleaner used to suck out your pimples and deep clean your pores.

Electric facial hair removers. Also used to trim your eyebrows.  There are more detailed pictures here.

Gotta have an electric water based food massager.  If you put it in front of the electric toilet people might never get up.

Electric eyelash curlers.  Hmmm, are we going overboard yet?

Okay, we do have these in the states.  I've even considered buying one before 😉

And you know if your feet are rough you'll never meet the man of your dreams because the first thing he looks at is the bottom of your feet and if there is the slightest problem you won't even get a few words out before he dumps your filthy footed feminine self. 😃

This is not even the tip of the iceberg in terms of the amazing number of products there are over here to help you with your *beauty*.

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