Luxury Bath Oil, Silk Gauze Shiso Bath Oil, Rotenburo Air, Amayori

Rotenburo Air Silk Gauze Shiso Bath Oil

$ 85.00
COMING SOON

50 ml  (16 experiences)

Experience: The breathtaking Japanese open-air rotenburo bath. Fresh air- rejuvenating, reviving, uplifting, replenishing and quenching to the mind, body, and spirit.

The Fragrance: Japanese yuzu citrus relaxes and brings positivity to the body and mind while wild orange replenishes, revives and uplifts. A refreshing mix of select feminine conifers such as organic white pine and organic balsam fir add brightness and the scent of clean, crisp air. Monarda flower relieves stress and promotes positivity while white frankincense reduces tension and encourages slow breathing.

The Product: Slip into a cocoon of aromatic silk gauze with this ultra-light dry oil for the bath. Silk Gauze Shiso Bath Oil is a concentrated, skin nourishing, aromatic soak in a base of organic shiso seed oil. Relax and be transported to a Japanese bath with this spa level treatment for the skin and the senses.

Shiso seed oil is prized throughout Asia for its healing benefits. It is high in nourishing essential fatty acids and antioxidants including anti-aging rosmarinic acid. We love this oil because it is lightweight yet extremely moisturizing.  After a bath, the skin will be glowing with a veil of moisture.

The Ritual: Pause, shut your eyes, and set your intention for this ritual. Shower first and cleanse your body. This bath is for pure enjoyment and relaxation. Once the bath is full pour one capful of Silk Gauze Shiso Seed Oil into the tub. Swirl with your hand to distribute evenly and then slide into the bath. Try to soak for at least twenty minutes. When you exit the bath pat skin dry – don’t rub. No additional moisture will be needed but should you like to indulge further, pour a small amount of oil into your hands and massage into the skin. Be sure to drink a full glass of water after the bath. This is a soak for all seasons. Use warmer water during cooler months and lukewarm water during the warmer months. 

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