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Shiseido's latest inspiration -- Japan's culinary arts

Millennials can now feed their skin with white jelly mushrooms, loquats

Shiseido's new Waso skincare lineup

TOKYO -- It is no secret that the key to healthy skin is to eat well. Japanese beauty giant Shiseido is now offering a similar solution -- an organic skincare line inspired by the philosophy behind washoku, Japan's traditional dietary culture.

The range, called Waso, has eight items -- lotions, a polisher, moisturizers and a cleanser. They are formulated using natural Japanese ingredients like white jelly mushroom extract, carrot cells, loquat cells, soy and honey that, Shiseido says, help reduce the appearance of pores and prevent dryness.

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