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Herbal Bath Soak

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Sachets of herbs, bark and dried flowers to perfume the bath along the seasons.

Each pouch contains two sachets of bath soak.

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In Japan bathing is considered as a meditative practice, a time to relax, renew and revive.

Create your own healing space at home with this wide variety of herbs and flowers to suit your mood and body's needs.

- Peach leaf Infusion: in Japan peach leaves are traditionally used in summer baths for their various moisturizing and purifying properties. The water turns pale green and diffuses a sweet scent of peach leaf.

- Rice bran Infusion: with this infusion bath water turns into milky white and diffuses a lavender scent. Rice bran is used in Japan to soften the skin.

- Ginger Infusion: Ginger is a favorite of the cold season. The scent of ginger diffuses pleasantly while the water chances into pale yellow color.

- Mandarin Infusion: This mandarin infusion subtly colors the bath water in orange and diffuses a scent of Mikan (Japanese mandarin.

- Green tea infusion: typically Japanese ingredient, green tea has many benefits for the skin. This infusion colors the bath water pale green and perfumes it with green tea.

- Safflower infusion: Japanese people use the Safflower plant for its virtues on circulation. When used as a bath infusion, it colors the water a pale yellow.

Peach leaves: Peach leaves, green tea, rosemary, perfume, sodium chlorophyllin and copper. 

Rice bran: Rice bran, Kaolinite, Lavender, Peppermint, Chamomile, Rice bran oil

Ginger: Ginger, Tangerine Bark, Rosemary, Fennel, Lactose, Yellow Gardenia

Safflower: Sasa veitchii, Safflower, Geranium oil (pelargonium graveolens oils)

Mandarin: Tangerine peel, Coriander, chamomile, orange oil, riboflavin

Green Tea: Green tea, hojicha, bay leaves, matcha, perfume, sodium chlorophyllin and copper

Tips for use

Fill your bath tub with water (200L). Immerse a bag of bark and dried flowers in the bathtub and let it infuse for a few minutes.

Bijo's tips

After use, let your sachet dry and reuse it to perfume your wardrobe, your shoes or your car.

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