【PR】 Skincare Tradition in Japan

Did you know that there are skincare products that have been valued in Japan for centuries? While it is called a skin care product, it can also be used for hair, and in any case, horse oil is a versatile moisturizer.

Its roots are in China.

The medicinal properties of horse oil can trace its roots back to China in the first place. It is said that horse oil was already being used for medicinal purposes in China around the 5th to 6th century, and from there it was introduced to Japan, where it took root as a medicinal use in Japan.

Usage and Benefits

Horse oil can be used for all kinds of skin problems, scalp and hair. It has a very high moisturizing power and is generally said to be effective for dry skin, but it is also effective for blemishes and freckles, and it can even be used for UV protection.

Simple skincare that makes the most of your skin’s functions

It provides a simple skincare regimen of only “cleansing” and “moisturizing” to protect the skin’s functions without interfering with its natural metabolism.

Easy to use! Just apply a small amount to your face after cleansing!

For all skin problems (moisturizing and protecting)

Hand & Nail

For hand care
Apply horse oil to the skin of your hands several times a day to prevent skin irritation. It is also more effective when used before and after cooking.

For nail care
Apply Son Bahyu to the nail edges, sides and entire nail and massage lightly. Massage lightly. It will protect your nails and make them shiny.

Elbows, knees, and heels

After bathing, apply a generous amount of Son Bahyu to each area.
Apply a generous amount of Son Bahyu to heels, especially those that are severely cracked, then apply polyethylene vinyl cut into appropriate sizes and press down with a commercially available net bandage.

The cheapest way to buy is on Amazon.

Son Bahyu Unscented 70ml x 2 sets

2,650 yen

Usually sold for over 1800 yen each, this is the lowest price available!