Hello, there! Today I’d like to introduce a little bizarre beauty product for you in UK, but a classic for us in Japan: Son Bahyu, horse oil. I guess you can imagine what this product is derived from. Yes, this is an animal byproduct like gelatin. It is a byproduct form horse meat production, which is a norm in quite a few countries in the world including Japan, such as Mexico, France, Kazakhstan, or China. Yakushido is the first company in the world to develop horse oil as a beauty product. They tried not only to consume the horses for food, but also to use all the byproduct oil, which shows the good old Eastern attitude of taking life and using it all with respect and responsibility. Horse oil has been used for centuries in the East for treating skin complaints. I hope you try and experience the beauty oil treatments that have long been popular in the East. Here is some article from BABYDOT.
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Hi! I’m Kiki from the BABYDOT editorial team♪
Here comes the season of dryness!
It is the time of the year when our faces, hands and feet get really dry.
I tried Son Bayu horse oil that a beauty charisma, IKKO often introduces on TV(^ ^)/.
About IKKO: A Japanese beauty expert, TV personality and calligrapher. Her positive character and extensive knowledge of beauty has made her extremely popular with people of all ages in Japan.
Yakushido Son Bahyu
The horse oil often referred to by IKKO is Son Bahyu by Yakushido.
IKKO was saying that the products sold in drugstores were also fine.
Yakushido was holding an event nearby, so I had a chance to ask for advice and was able to buy what I liked.
The staff explained everything very kindly and gave me plenty of sample products♡
Scents Such As…
Horse oil had somewhat of a subdued image (oops, sorry) but Son Bahyu comes in a variety of scents, such as rose and lavender.
A rose was my pick.
I love the cute pink package♡
It has a pleasant rose fragrance♡
Son Bahyu has many different scents but its efficacy remains the same.
Highly Moisturising in a Small Amount
When you open it, it looks like this♪
A rosy fragrance wafts through the air.
At first glance it looks white, but when spread, it is colourless and transparent.
You only need a little bit and it spread a lot!
A little amount will cover your whole body, not just your face!
This is very cost-effective.
The Yakushido staff told me that it is effective, when used after bath on wet body♡
I apply it immediately after lightly drying myself off with a towel after bathing.
I don’t feel dry anymore after that! ( *´艸｀)
Can be Used in the Nose and Mouth
Son Bahyu can be used in the nose and mouth.
It was featured on the segment of the TV show, introducing various countermeasures for hay fever.
They said we should apply horse oil around the entrance of the nostrils to protect the nasal mucosa.
After taking a bath, I apply it to my face, body and ends of my hair. Also, on the hairline. I use it when I get chapped skin, a blister on my heel, cuts at the base of the ears. I drip the liquid type into my nose for a sinus infection as well.
---Neko Lemon(@sor33201552) November 28, 2020
Suitable For Babies♡
Everyone from babies to the elderly can use Son Bahyu.
It is safe enough to be used for nappy rash or on a baby’s dry skin.
I started using horse oil because of my favourite celebrity, IKKO, and now I found it very useful.
I can use it all over my body, from hair to nose and mouth.
There are a good range of fragrances to choose from. Son Bahyu will change your image of traditional horse oil.
Please check them out♪
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