Season Limited Edition: Kyoto Summer Aromatic Sake Soak
One 3.3 fl oz bottle bottle = One at-home spa treatment.
Experience:Refreshment, relaxation, calm, and reprieve from summer heat. This is a cooling summer soak that will replenish your entire being.
The Fragrance: Fresh, light, and feminine.Sparkling lemon verbena will revive you while crystalline lavender maillette will calm your mind. Petitgrain sur fleurs lends a refreshing breeze-like quality. Soft, subtle vanilla and ylang ylang notes add a touch of exotic mystery Kyoto is known for.
The Product: A truly magical synergy, this is a soak to savor and enjoy. Based on the Japanese bathing ritual of bathing in sake, this is not just a bath, but is the ultimate luxurious at-home spa treatment for unparalleled relaxation. Each single-use bottle contains a 100% natural base of pure sake and aromatic hydrosol. Hydrosols are a fragrant product of steam distilling specific flowers and plants. Not only do they add a luscious fragrant depth to the bath, but each one possesses its own unique aromatherapy properties that work on a subtle energetic level. Lemon verbena hydrosol is reviving with an almost cooling effect on the skin. It will calm the body and mind. Ylang ylang hydrosol soothes and relaxes the spirit. Green tea botanical extract provides anti-aging benefits while a touch of organic shiso seed oil, camellia oil and rice bran oil add a veil of moisture to the skin.
The Ritual: Pause, shut your eyes, and set your intention for this ritual.As in the tradition of Japanese bathing rituals, shower first. The soak is purely for enjoyment and relaxation.
To experince a cooling summer soak, full the bath with lukewarm water. When full, gently shake one bottle of Aromatic Sake Soak and slowly pour the entire contents into the tub. We suggesting soaking for 30 minutes. Keep a cold drink nearby and sip as desired.
When exiting the tub, get up slowly. Pat skin dry (don’t rub). Your skin will be lightly moisturized and dewy. Be sure to stay hydrated while soaking and drink a full glass of water upon exiting the bath.