Violet Wisteria blossoms mingle with sparkling Yuzu citrus in this Japanese-inspired fragrance
This subtle, relaxing fragrance has a base of four oils that are great for your skin
Native to Japan, the Wisteria is one of Japan’s most ancient flowering trees. It’s widely known for its cascading trusses of light pink, purple, and white, as well as its fragrance, which is named after an ancient Japanese dance called “Fuji Musume” (or Wisteria Maiden). This dance involves a young maiden wearing an ornate, long-sleeved, kimono that’s decorated with wisteria to attract the attention of a would-be lover. Distinctive yuzu citrus adds a zesty note, notable as a bath fragrance used during winter solstice for good luck in ancient Japan.
Soaked in a base of four skin-loving oils, it has a light fragrance concentration. Like an eau de toilette, this bath oil will leave you with a subtle fragrance, perceivable by those that are close enough to brush against the skin. A truly relaxing and luxurious pleasure.
Energizing, lush, velvety
Wisteria, Yuzu, Green Tea
Sweet Almond Oil: Rich in Vitamins E, A, and D, Sweet Almond Oil traps moisture in the skin, leaving an all-day glow.
Rice Bran Oil: A super antioxidant oil with Vitamins E and B, which help increase elasticity and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Jojoba Oil: Similar to the natural oil produced by the human body, Jojoba gently heals wounds and helps fade scars over time.
Grapeseed Oil: Light, non-greasy Grapeseed Oil is packed with skin-brightening Vitamin C.