Sachets of herbs, bark and dried flowers to perfume the bath along the seasons.
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.
Rice bran, rich in amino acids and vitamins (B and E) is known to soften and hydrate the skin when added to bath water.
Rice bran, Kaolinite, Lavender, Peppermint, Chamomile, Rice bran oil
<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.
After use, let your sachet dry and reuse it to perfume your wardrobe, your shoes or your car.
Since 1899, women working at the Yoshitaka gold leaf foundry in Kanazawa have seized the makanai* they had at disposal in the foundry's kitchen to create their own beauty concoctions and heal their skins. There recipes, based on green tea, rice bran and gold powder have been handed down from generation to generation.
Through this range of natural care, makanai pays tribute to the women of Kanazawa and conveys to us the secrets of Japanese beauty rituels, fruits of ancestral know-how and the rich resources offered by Japanese nature.
*in Japanese "Makanai" refers to the "materials available at the workplace".