We offer our guests the choice of using high-quality “Onsen” bath powder in their private villas so they can experience a touch of Japanese zen.
We have carefully selected our natural qualities of onsen bath powders from different parts of Japan’s onsen hot springs so that our guests can truly experience the smell and culture of Japan from afar.
Unwind from a stressful day and enjoy the atmosphere this 100% all-natural Dhevan Dara’s Onsen Powder can produce in your bathtub.
Our selected onsen bath powders are derived from the famous hot spring water sources of Japan. It contains a wide variety of minerals and helps smoothen, hydrate and soothe your body and skin Yufuin Onsen in Oita prefecture is a famous hot spring resort at Mount Yufu in Kyushu that is especially popular with female tourists and families. Its large amount of natural hot springs that spring up from underground springs is one of the reasons so many people visit Yufuin's Onsen town.
- 1. Yufuin Onsen Powder, Oita
Yufuin Onsen in Oita prefecture is a famous hot spring resort at Mount Yufu in Kyushu that is especially popular with female tourists and families. Its large amount of natural hot springs that spring up from underground springs is one of the reasons so many people visit Yufuin's Onsen town.
- 2. Hakone Onsen Powder, Kanagawa
Hakone Onsen is a number-one hot spring resort in Kanagawa and is also known as a nationally renowned hot spring area in Japan. There are about 20 different hot springs with different properties, such as Sulfur Salt Spring which is characterized by its milky white color and Chloride Spring which has a positive effect on keeping our body warm. There are also many ryokans that serve hot spring baths for their guests.
- 3. Arima Onsen Powder, Hyogo
Arima Onsen in Hyogo Prefecture is said to be the oldest onsen (hot springs) town in Japan, with a history that dates back more than 1,000 years. There are two main types of thermal spring at Arima Onsen. One is a highly acidic spring rich in iron salts, known as the “golden spring” on account of the fact that it oxidizes upon contact with the air, turning a characteristic reddish-brown color. The other is a carbonic spring that does not change color after surfacing, known as the “silver spring.” The water in the Golden Hot Spring is transparent and colorless when it emerges from the source.
Benefits of Onsen by Dhevan Dara
Another rejuvenating retreat for your body and spirit is to take an onsen bath. It is a great way to relieve stress and fatigue from a long day of traveling or working. Onsen bath powders also have health benefits. They relieve aches and pains, especially in the arms, legs and shoulders. They help to improve circulation and make the skin look healthier with a flushed or pinkish color. They are good for all genders and ages and also help to drive blockages under our skin.
- Dissolve 2 – 3 teaspoons of the powder in warm or hot bath. Use ½ – 1 teaspoon of powder for a footbath.
- Rinse the bathtub after each use.
- relieves stress
- reduces sensitivity to cold by improving blood circulation as well as providing relief from nerve pain, rheumatism, arthritis, stiff shoulders, lower back pain, bruises, sprains, heat rush, eczema and skin sensitivity.
- relaxes the mind, releases tension and refreshes the whole body.
- Suitable for adults, children and babies.
- Do not consume product, If accidentally consumed, drink a large amount of water and consult your doctor.
- If skin irritation occurs, stop use immediately and consult our staff.
- Do not mix this item with other bath additives.