Binu Binu Korean Body Scrub

€39,00 Incl. tax
THE PRODUCT
An all-natural body polish inspired by “seshin,” the revelatory “cleaner-than-clean” Korean bath house exfoliating treatment.  Contains biodegradable exfoliants:  detoxifying sea salt, crushed black sesame seed, and volcanic ash to  polish the body gently and effectively, promoting circulation for healthy skin.  Radish root ferment, an active peptide moisturizes the skin and adds anti-microbial benefits.  Our unique emulsifying formula transforms nourishing rice bran and coconut oils into a skin-softening lotion when massaged into the skin with water, rinsing away to leave skin incredibly smooth and soft.  

DIRECTIONS:  Massage into wet skin in the shower or bath, concentrating on areas in need.  Rinse with warm water.  Use 2-3 times a week or as needed to exfoliate the skin.  Especially effective after a hot steam sauna. Contains 250 ml.

Binu Binu uses 100% natural plant botantical ingredients and essential oils, including a base of "boricha" in all of the soaps, the Korean roasted barley tea which has a place in the household as important as water. All products are made by hand in small batches using the cold process method which retains the skin benefitting properties of natural oils,  Binu Binu soaps are fragrance-free and do not contain palm oils, synthetic detergents, artificial colorants, parabens, sulfates, or animal products. 

THE INGREDIENTS
Sea Salt, Oryza Sativa (Rice Bran) Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Virgin Coconut) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit, Cetearyl Olivate (And) Sorbitan Olivate (EcoCert emulsifying wax),  Sesamum Indicum (Black Sesame) Seed, Bentonite (Australian Washed Blue) Clay, Hordeum Vulgare (Barley Tea) Extract, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate.

THE MAKER
Binu Binu is a collection of modern soaps inspired by the ritual of the Korean public bath, a place free of vanity and inhibition and where generations are brought together in the simple act of cleansing. The formulas are based on the idea of daily ritual, intergenerational bonding, and the infamous Korean scrub treatment "Seshin," a vigorous, pragmatic and extremely effective exfoliating treatment that can be found at the baths. Other points of inspiration come from strong female role models in Korean culture - like the Haenyeo sea women of Jeju Island, elderly female divers who dive tank-free for the catch of the day to support their families, and the modern-day shaman known as Mudang, female healers who specialize in matters of the mind, body and soul.

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