*Limited Edition* set for a unique & luxurious cleansing ritual.
This carefully curated blend of organic, high performing botanical oils work harmoniously to dissolve daily dirt, pollution and makeup; including eye makeup. Designed to thoroughly cleanse your skin, it will not disrupt your skins natural barrier, whilst leaving your pores unclogged. The perfect addition to your Kyushi ritual.
Whilst the Cleanser is free from essential oils to allow for safe use around the eyes you can add in 3 drops of Orange & Neroli or Jasmine Lavender & Cederwood to your second cleanse for a luxurious aromatherapy based experience.
As the cleanser is made from non comedogenic oils, all high performing it also acts as a hydration booster for the face oil collection, adding in 2-3 drops of the cleansing oil into any of the Face oils is a great addition if your skin is feeling a little thirsty.
This beautiful cleansing cloth named Saku is designed in collaboration with In Praise of the Fold. The print is exclusive to Kyūshi and inspired by the ingredients of their Cleansing Oil.
The cloth’s unique double-sided design offers gentle exfoliation on the waffle side, followed by a soft polish on the printed cotton side that effectively removes face and eye make-up, to reveal brighter, smoother, cleaner skin. The fabrics have been carefully chosen to work in synchronicity with the cleansing oil and your skin, allowing for a deep cleanse and stimulating circulation, whilst being mindful of the skin’s natural barrier.
After use, the cleansing cloth can be hung from the fabric hook to allow the cloth to dry naturally and ensure cleanliness. This beautifully soft cleansing cloth is also a safe space for your Gua Sha Tool to live, and can be rolled up and placed behind the neck whilst relaxing in the bath.
The cleansing cloth that comes in this set is a limited edition print designed by ‘In Praise of The Fold’. Saku has been been inspired by the eight ingredients of the Kyūshi Cleansing Oil. Saku meaning bloom in Japanese. The designs employ hand-drawing and botanical relief printing to bring together Japanese motifs and the botanicals of the British countryside. At ‘In Praise of the Fold’, we believe that inspired design is a harmony between function and beauty.