Containing high levels of citric acid, the fruits cleanse the skin deeply and leave it softer and brighter.
"‘Umeboshi’ means ‘dried plum’ in Japanese. But it doesn’t start out that way. Fresh ume plum are plucked from trees, usually in June, then washed and salted before being sun-dried. When they’re small and wrinkled, they’re placed in barrels to macerate for several months with shiso leaves. These help to preserve and give ume plum a red colour.
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