Sake Brightening Face Mask+Milk Bath
SAKE-KASU Face Mask + Milk Bath
Like many discoveries, the skin-brightening effect benefits of sake kasu were discovered purely by chance. While at a Japanese sake brewery, a scientist noticed that the workers' hands looked beautiful and young. Sakekasu is rich in Kojic acid (a byproduct of the fermentation process of sake), Vitamin D, Vitamin B1 & a variety of other elements that inhibit melanin's performance, the main culprit of sunspots, age spots, etc.
Made in Japan
What Does It Do?
- Brightening effect on skin as Sakekasu is rich in Kojic acid, Vitamin D, B1 & more elements that inhibit melanin's performance (the main culprit for sunspots, age spots, etc).
- Sakekasu face mask/milk bath delivers unbelievable moisturizing effects
- Contains antioxidant Ferulic acid, a powerful light absorber, preventing skin aging
Who Is It For? All skin types. Especially beneficial for dry, blemished skin and for anyone looking to brighten/moisturize the skin by using natural facial & body treatment.
How To Use:
Can be used every day for a relaxing bath and every few days as a face mask
To create a calming Sake-kasu face mask: 1 tsp of powder mix with 1-1.5 tsp of water (use filtered/bottled water to avoid drying chlorine), stir into a smooth paste form. Use 1/1 ratio, mix & slowly add few drops of water either if needed to get smooth, loose consistency. Gently apply on the face (avoid eye area). Leave on for 5-7 minutes MAX, rinse well. DO NOT leave on skin longer, might be hard to rinse causing irritation.
For a relaxing Sakekasu bath: sprinkle 1~2 packs (10g each pack) into a full bathtub. Stir the water thoroughly and enjoy a soothing bath.
Please Note: Sakekasu has a strong sake smell. That tells you that this is a natural and a traditional ingredient with no fragrance or additives of any kind.
Size: 2 packs, 10g each
Ingredients: 100% Organic Sake-Lees (no alchohol content)
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What is Sake-Kasu Powder? Sake-Kasu powder is freeze-dried sake lees made from Daiginjoshu manufacturing process.
During the production of sake, the liquid extracted from the unrefined sake is used as a well-known alcoholic beverage. The remaining residue becomes the Sakekasu (sake-lees).
Nutrients leftover from the yeast remains in the Sakekasu, including carbohydrates, protein, fibers, vitamin B & more.
The nutrients in Sakekasu make it an incredible health food and a very natural skincare ingredient. In Japan, Sakekasu is used for daily dishes such as Kasujiru (Sakekasu soup), pickles & desserts. Another great use is in beauty treatment.
Sake has been used as an excellent skin toner for centuries in Japan. It contains plenty of saccharides & amino acids that are used as cosmetic materials.
Drinking Sakekasu as a hot drink (mix 2 teaspoons of Sakekasu w/hot water, add a small slice of ginger & honey or maple syrup) may prevent allergies to pollen, food & house dust mites.