Sasa keeps listing new bathing powders and I simply can´t resist bathing powders from Japanese brands as they´re such a wonderful treat!
Bison makes great bathing powders however they´re on the pricey side (after all it´s quite expensive to pop a US$2-bag into 1 bath one will enjoy for 15 minutes. But anyway, I splurge and indulge myself (that being said a Lush Butterball costs like double that amount at least with the prices here).
One of the most recent additions to the Bison bathing powders range is a line called "Funwarich Mousse Bath". There are 4 variations available and they all give a milky tint to the water and create a very moisturizing foam (the foam feels almost like a gel or even slimy when you take it and spread it over your skin)... a very weird kind of foam I have never experienced before. The foam is not very strong but the bath is overall very moisturizing and leaves my skin very soft and smooth.
The 4 available versions are:
-Apple & Chamomile:
Sasa lists this as Apple & Daisy but the flowers on the package look like chamomile to me (also chamomile extract is one of the ingredients). This is my favorite one as it smells really good (apple). It turns the water a milky light green.
Contains milk powder, Hydrolized Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, Ascorbic Acid and Chamomile Extract. Softening agent: Malic Acid.
This smells like your average rose scent. Not overwhelming but not cloying either.
Turns the water a pretty light milky pink color.
Contains milk powder, Hydrolized Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, Ascorbic Acid and Eglantine Extract. Softening agent: Malic Acid.
This smells like caramel pudding. I like it but it´s not my favorite scent as it has a slightly harsh note.
Turns the water a bright milky orange.
Contains milk powder, Hydrolized Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, Ascorbic Acid and Lecithin. Softening agent: Malic Acid.
This is my 2nd favorite scent. It´s a rich soft vanilla fragrance.
Water color is a milky yellow.
Contains milk powder, Hydrolized Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, Ascorbic Acid and Honey. Softening Agent: Malic Acid.
Each bag contains 30g and retails for 180 Yen. Selling price on Sasa is US$2.20.
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3 years ago