Hello readers! How are you enjoying your weekend?
I’m having a photoshoot with Lauren Pinhorn Photography tomorrow, I can’t wait! I’ll share the photos with you as soon as possible.
Today I will tell you about ASAGI of D’s original bath salts!
My friend Yami No Geisha recommended this product to me. She has written a very nice review of it which you can read here. I love to take baths, and I love roses, and I love D, so I had to try it!
As you can see, it’s called “The name of the ROSE” like D’s album and the pretty packaging features lots of beautiful red roses. The scent is “rose garden”.
In the box you get five sachets of bath salts. Also included is a photocard of the band wearing their Schwarzschild costumes which is very nice apart from the awkward photoshop of poor Ruiza! He could carry a tea tray on his head if it was really that flat.
The ingredients include rose hip oil, rose water, wild rose essence, hyaluronic acid and collagen. Lots of lovely things for your skin! The last two seem to be very popular ingredients in Japanese skincare at the moment.
Since my friend had praised this product so much I couldn’t wait to use it! I wasn’t disappointed at all. As she said, the scent is very natural, a kind and gentle rosy smell. Sometimes rose scents can be too sickly sweet, like rose syrup, but this was very delicate.
However, it does rather look like rose syrup (Malaysian and Singapore readers- it’s like taking a bath in bandung!) Luckily this pretty shade of pink does not leave any trace apart from a delicious rose smell, but at the time I was worried that my mother would see the water and accuse me of ruining her bathroom!
Although the colour looks strong, the bath was pleasant and mild on my skin and had a nice moisturising effect. Of course, everyone’s skin is different but I do think that this is a high quality product. I had a lovely and relaxing bath and felt so pretty afterwards with this beautiful scent!
So there you have it, not only is ASAGI a talented musician but he makes wonderful bath salts too! Many thanks to Yami No Geisha for the tip.
You can buy The name of the ROSE bath salts from cooljapan store here, or if you’re in Japan from ASAGI’s brand Rosen Kranz.
Thanks for reading!