Binu Binu

Shaman Black Charcoal Soap

$18.00

This detoxifying black body soap is inspired by the purification ceremonies of modern-day Korea’s female shamans, known as Mudang, revered for their wisdom as healers of both body and mind. It’s made with activated charcoal; essential oils of lavender, Himalayan cedarwood, and clary sage; shea and cocoa butters; coconut, castor, olive, and sweet almond oils, for a soothing but, thorough invigorating cleanse. It leaves your skin so soft, moisturized, nourished, and of course, deeply purified.
  • One 4 oz bar

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This detoxifying black body soap is inspired by the purification ceremonies of modern-day Korea’s female shamans, known as Mudang, revered for their wisdom as healers of both body and mind. It’s made with activated charcoal; essential oils of lavender, Himalayan cedarwood, and clary sage; shea and cocoa butters; coconut, castor, olive, and sweet almond oils, for a soothing but, thorough invigorating cleanse. It leaves your skin so soft, moisturized, nourished, and of course, deeply purified.
  • One 4 oz bar

How to Use

Wet face and hands. Create a lather in your hands and smooth over skin, massaging in circular motions. Splash warm water on your face to remove.

About the Brand

Inspired by the Korean bathhouses she visited as a child, Karen Kim’s beautifully minimalist soaps (Binu Binu means “soap soap”) are made with a base of boricha, a traditional barley tea known for its detoxifying powers, and hand cut in Toronto.