Binu Binu Seshin Korean scrub mitt (1 st)The best way to gently exfolitate your skin: the Seshin Korean Scrub Mitt.
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Enjoy the Seshin experience in your own home with this modern take on the iconic Korean bathhouse exfoliating mitt.
The Seshin Korean Scrub Mitt is part of our Seshin series inspired by the spa treatment from Korea. During the treatment you exfoliate your entire body, leaving you cleaner than clean. This textured mitt made from 100% plant fibre can be used as part of a weekly total body treatment. Polish the skin and activate circulation, encouraging a healthy, vibrant glow.
Clean This products meets our clean standards to the letter and does not contain any of the ingredients on our dirty list. Check out the list here.
100% Natural This product solely contains natural ingredients.
Vegan This product does not contain any animal ingredients or animal-derived ingredients.
Black Sesame Seed
Washed Blue Clay
Before scrubbing be sure to soften and cleanse your skin in either a sauna, hot shower, or bath. Then take the wet mitt and massage your skin to exfoliate. Be careful when using it on sensitive areas, reduce pressure and don't rub too fast. Use the mitt 1-2 a week. After use, rinse the mitt with water and hang to dry. Moisturize skin.
Binu Binu is a Toronto based company founded by Karen Kim. Binu means soap in Korean and the brand is inspired by the ritual of the Korean public bath, a place free of vanity and inhibition and where generations are brought together in the simple act of cleansing. They use 100% natural plant botanical ingredients and essential oils, including a base of "boricha" in all of their soaps, the Korean roasted barley tea which has a place in the household as important as water. Made by hand in small batches in their Toronto studio using the cold process method which retains the skin benefiting properties of natural oils.
Binu-Binu's soaps, mitts, towels, come packaged in PE plastic/rice paper stand up pouches. Their soap dishes are packed in paper boxes. Waste not want not - recycling is key.