SAKE KASU FACIAL CREAM (BOXLESS)

$82
Replenish your skin with long-lasting moisture.
This is a facial cream that keeps your skin moisturized with the power of sake kasu. The addition of three plant-derived oils, sesame, flaxseed, and shea oil, keeps your face from dehydration for firmer and softer skin.
It seals the hydration from lotions and serums leading your skin to be soft and smooth with long lasting moisture.

Caution: Please refrain from using if you are allergic to sesame.

Size: Net Wt. 45g/1.6oz
This product does not come in a box.
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After cleansing your face and applying lotion and serum, gently massage 1 pump around your entire face.

Sake Kasu: Our sake kasu is sourced from Kobayashi Brewery, a historic sake brewery in Hokkaido, Japan. With a delicate and sweet fragrance, it's also full of nourishing and highly moisturizing rice extract and rice kouji that helps achieve smooth and hydrated skin.

Flaxseed: Our flaxseed, sourced from Tokachi in Hokkaido, Japan, is gently pressed to extract oils that help protect skin from dehydration and inflammation. A source of omega-3 and other ingredients that promote beautiful skin, our flaxseed oil helps achieve smooth and healthy skin.

Sesame: With a rich, natural scent and an abundance of essential elements for beautiful skin, sesame is highly recommended for aging care.

WATER, RICE FERMENT (SAKE) LEES, SESAMUM INDICUM (SESAME) SEED OIL, LINUM USITATISSIMUM (LINSEED) SEED OIL, GLYCERIN, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, STEARIC ACID, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL, ARGININE, LYSOLECITHIN, METHYLPARABEN, XANTHAN GUM.

Q: Can I use this even if I'm sensitive to alcohol?
→Pure rice sake (Junmai-Shu)*1 is used in the manufacturing process therefore there is a very small amount of alcohol included in the product. It would be better for those who are allergic to alcohol do a patch test before using.

*1 When making this pure rice sake, alcohol is not used within the making process. It used rice and malted rice as the raw material.

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