In a brand new episode of SK-II’s Pitera Masterclass, our favourite duo – James Corden and Naomi Watanabe journey to Japan in the name of Pitera. Previously, SK-II had us singing along to ‘Oh Pitera’ by John Legend, and now we can’t wait to see the legendary duo uncover the true secrets behind the origins of our cult favorite Facial Treatment Essence.
The Power of Pitera
In this episode, Naomi and James discover the sheer power of Pitera when they meet the Pitera Master in a sake brewery deep in the forests of Japan. Despite his wrinkled face evident of years of experience brewing sake, his hands remain smooth and youthful-looking. Why? One word – Pitera.
For the unfamiliar, Pitera is the star ingredient in the famed SK-II Pitera Essence and trust us, if you haven’t had a chance to experience it’s powers yet, now is the perfect time. Pitera is derived from a natural fermentation process from a special yeast strain exclusive to SK-II and has been a well-kept Japanese beauty secret for almost 40 years. Fellow beauty junkies will know that such fermented products boost skin calming and brightening benefits, promoting overall skin health. The essence’s water-like texture ensures quick absorption, rejuvenating and hydrating your complexion and setting you on the path to crystal clear skin.
Take it from the MC team – we love using the Pitera Essence as a mid-day mask by soaking a cotton pad and leaving it on our faces as we type away in the office.
SK-II has made achieving translucent, glass-like skin almost effortless thanks to Pitera in its Facial Treatment Essence. If the goal is to have skin as smooth and youthful as the hands of the Pitera Master, we suggest you kick start your Pitera journey at the nearest SK-II counter – stat. Trust us, your skin will definitely thank you for it.
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This is a sponsored article in partnership with SK-II, all opinions are my own.