[Facial cleansing soap] This beautiful, deep indigo-colored facial cleansing soap contains precipitated indigo extracted from pesticide-free indigo grown in Tokushima. It contains plant-based cleansing ingredients, skin-conditioning indigo extract, and grape fermentation extract. It cleanses pores while leaving necessary moisture in the skin, leaving it smooth to the touch.
Indigo is known as a dye with a unique blue color, also known as Japan blue. Since ancient times, wearing items dyed with indigo has been said to be effective against rough skin, and it has been incorporated into everyday items. Indigo is also rich in polyphenols and minerals, and is known to have more than four times the antioxidant power of blueberries. Clear Washing Soap contains precipitated indigo extracted from pesticide-free indigo grown in Tokushima using traditional methods to create a beautiful, deep indigo-colored soap.
Ai (leaf/stem) extract: Skin conditioning
This plant extract is extracted from the leaves and stems of the indigo plant. It helps to tone the skin and keep it healthy with its moisturizing action that protects the skin's barrier function by preventing moisture evaporation.
Lactobacillus acidophilus/grape juice fermentation liquid: Skin regulating
A fermentation metabolite made by fermenting grape juice with lactobacillus acidophilus. It is formulated as an ingredient to care for keratin. It softens keratin by the action of ingredients such as sugar, minerals, and amino acids derived from fruit juice and lactic acid (AHA) produced by fermentation.
How to use
Use a lather net to easily create fine lather. Lightly rub the soap with a foaming net dampened with lukewarm water to create lather while aerating the net. Squeeze out the foam from the net and apply a generous amount of lather to areas of the face where sebum is a concern, starting with the areas that are sensitive to sebum, and gently wrap the entire face in the foam. Rinse well with lukewarm water.
Precautions for use
It is important to create enough elastic lather to avoid straining the skin. Using a lathering net is faster than using only your hands to create the best lather for facial cleansing.