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RICE FORCE launches line of treatment oils
02 Jun 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The new range is made up of four oils: Ku, Sei, Qi and Ryu
Japanese luxury skincare brand RICE FORCE has introduced a new range of Japanese rice treatment oils for professional and at home use.

The lineup is made up of four oils, Ku, Sei, Qi and Ryu.

Formulated to promote feelings of pureness and clarity, Ku is an unscented oil designed for everyday use on dry and sensitive skin. It features Japanese camellia oil, an ingredient known for its intense hydrating properties, to moisturise and protect the skin.

Sei is designed to aid rest and relaxation. It contains yuzu, a Japanese citrus fruit, to relieve emotional tension and induce ‘a deep sense of soothing tranquility.’

RICE FORCE ’s original blend QI is a unisex oil that is designed to promote feelings of wellbeing. It combines woody notes of hinoki (Japanese cypress) and hiba (cedarwood) with yuzu, for an invigorating experience.

Ryu encourages feelings of exhilaration and euphoria. It is blended with Japanese hakka mint to refresh and revitalise.

The oils are available in sizes of 100 ml for retail and 500ml and 5000ml for professional use.

For more info about RICE FORCE visit www.riceforce.net
 


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RICE FORCE launches line of treatment oils

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RICE FORCE launches line of treatment oils

The new range is made up of four oils: Ku, Sei, Qi and Ryu
Japanese luxury skincare brand RICE FORCE has introduced a new range of Japanese rice treatment oils for professional and at home use.

The lineup is made up of four oils, Ku, Sei, Qi and Ryu.

Formulated to promote feelings of pureness and clarity, Ku is an unscented oil designed for everyday use on dry and sensitive skin. It features Japanese camellia oil, an ingredient known for its intense hydrating properties, to moisturise and protect the skin.

Sei is designed to aid rest and relaxation. It contains yuzu, a Japanese citrus fruit, to relieve emotional tension and induce ‘a deep sense of soothing tranquility.’

RICE FORCE ’s original blend QI is a unisex oil that is designed to promote feelings of wellbeing. It combines woody notes of hinoki (Japanese cypress) and hiba (cedarwood) with yuzu, for an invigorating experience.

Ryu encourages feelings of exhilaration and euphoria. It is blended with Japanese hakka mint to refresh and revitalise.

The oils are available in sizes of 100 ml for retail and 500ml and 5000ml for professional use.

For more info about RICE FORCE visit www.riceforce.net



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