Inspired by ancient Japanese bathing rituals, these shower tablets have an aromatherapy effect. Shower Mochi from Amayori (unfortunately not mochi you eat in the shower) is a new best-selling body care line. While most people likely think of showering as a hygienic habit or beauty routine, bathing can also be a meditative practice. A step up from a relaxing bubble bath, it can also be "a time to renew, revive, relax and cleanse the soul" according to Amayori founder Francoise Decatrel.
To use, just place one of the fragrant shower tablets on the floor, away from the direct stream of water. It will melt in 5 to 10 minutes, creating a room-filling scent that will also fade away in a short amount of time.
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