Family ‘OIMU Incense Sticks’ is a collaboration with the traditional Korean incense factory that has been producing natural incenses for decades. The culture of traditional incense has died out in Korea and is now considered only as a ceremonial usage. Our goal is to bring the traditional incenses back and to incorporate the pleasant fragrance and rituals into your daily life.
This product contains all four kinds of scents: sandalwood, citrus peel, fig and hazelnut.
You can enjoy all the scents of OIMU Incense Sticks.
Sandalwood – tender and heavy fragrance of a tree
Citrus Peel – refreshing fragrance of a citrus peel
Hazelnut - a blend of a sweetness of nuts and scent of a tree
Fig – neutral fragrance blended with fig tree, fig leaf, and fig fruit
Elm-barks, corn starches, camphor tree and pine resin are kneaded.
A craftsman extracts the dough elaborately by hand and dries it in natural wind. Through several months of aging period, ‘OIMU Incense Sticks’ are created.
The package contains 3D representations of sandalwood, citrus peel, hazelnut, and fig.
The package uses eco-friendly paper made of waste paper. After offset printing is done on the package of ‘OIMU Incense Sticks’, hot-foil stamping method is applied.
The interior is constructed in such a way that the incense sticks can be fixed. There are five kinds of incense sticks in each package - Sandalwood, Citrus Peel, Hazelnut, Fig
Use the half-moon shaped handle to take out the sticks. If you store them in the package again after the use, fold the half-moon handle back to make it easier to use.
Incense is like the surrounding air. When it wafts through the air, you can share the good energy with people around you.
With incense mixed in the breath you take, it would awaken your fuzzy sense of smell, purify the body, and relieve your mind from stress.
Share the smoke of burnt incense around you naturally, and sometimes air the room for the incense to go out following the wind.
OIMU Incense sticks are drawn in a thin, long form by compression, which can be soft but weak in strength. They should be cared with caution when holding the packages to avoid external shocks as much as possible.
It is not a product defect if the incense stick is broken due to the user’s carelessness.
Report number: DB20-12-0783
This product has been compatible with safety standards in South Korea.