Kyoku for Men Water Body Wash - 250 ml
- Fire Body Scrub from Kyoku for Men gently removes dead skin cells
- A body scrub for men that revitalises and deep-cleans the skin
- Deeply cleansing body scrub with an intense fiery and spicy Oriental scent
- Intensely conditions, refines the skin and leaves skin vigorously refreshed
- Scented with a spicy oriental blend of Gingembre Boise Encens to warm and comfort the body
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This heady scrub uses rounded Jojoba beads to gently remove dead skin cells combined with a heated blend of Dragon's Blood and Ginger to give a warming sensation on the skin, revealing a refined and conditioned texture, that's ultra smooth and subtly scented. Leaves behind a warming spicy scent. Formulated with Japanese elements. Pump dispenser included.
Formulated with Red Bush extract (or Rooibos) which contains flavinoids to treat allergies and irritations. Amazon tree sap, called Dragon's Blood, contains bioactive alkaloids to regenerate skin and promote collagen production.
Water, tea-lauryl sulfate, disodium dimethicone copolyol sulfosuccinate, jojoba esters, polyethylene cocamidopropyl betaine, acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, triethanolamine, gingiber officinale (ginger) root extract, aspalathus linearis (red bush) leaf extract croton lechleri resin extract, propylene glycol, polysorbate 20, phenoxyethanol, capryl glycol, ethylhexylglycerin, hexylene glycol, fragrance, saccharide isomerate, disodium edtaSee all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
It's a fairly thick gel, and can be difficult to get out of the bottle but, if you unscrew the top and give the bottle a few shakes on to your palm, it flows out ok.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well priced and smells great but its a nightmare to squeeze the bottle.Published 12 months ago by Razia Iqbal
I cut my finger getting it out of the bottle, it was really difficult to get out but I liked the body wash. It was gritty so a good body scrub, also smells really nice.Published 14 months ago by stevemac