Suminagashi-Inspired SK-II Facial Treatment Essence Limited Edition


Paper marbling is a truly fascinating art form – each print reveals itself as a unique monotype in patterns that often strongly resemble smooth marbles (hence, its name). The Japanese variant, ‘Suminagashi’, translates to ‘floating ink’, describing a marbling process that brings lively colors alive from plain paper, with ink and water. Its oldest sample of the technique dates back to the 12th century, though there are references that go back to as early as the turn of the 9th century.

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Inspired by this enchanting technique, SK-II Facial Treatment Essence Limited Edition bottles draw from the mythical ‘floating ink’, unravelling through the inimitable beauty of each swirling Suminagashi painting, the same way a woman’s destiny is hers alone.

The bottles are available from October in red, blue and green – three stunning colors that symbolize the essence of courage, renewal, and purity. Four coffrets are also available to celebrate the festive season.

As with all SK-II products, the Facial Treatment Essence contains 90% Pitera, and is ideal for combating dry weather and rejuvenating fatigued skin.

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