I have been searching for a good eye cream for years now. Some just sting too much, some don’t hydrate enough and some are waxy and unpleasant. My previous disappointment was the L’Oreal Revitalift Eye Cream, which didn’t work for me for various reasons. Anyway, when I saw a drugstore brand had an eye cream in their collection, I snatched it up.
Just apply rich masking effect during sleep. Soy milk moisture cream helps seal in moisture with its rich masking effect. Skin feels soft and moisturized.
The eye cream comes in a yellow squeeze tube with a very narrow and thin opening. I love the packaging because it lets you take the minutest amount, and you can control the flow of the product very well. It doesn’t skip and dispense too much, which is a plus too. There is 25 g of product in the tube.
Made in: Japan
My Experience With Sana Nameraka Honpo Wrinkle Eye Cream:
Their products are all based on soy milk and free of added colour, fragrance and mineral oil. Their products all have the words Tounyuu Isofurabon (Tounyuu means soy milk and Isofurabon is the Japanese way of saying Isoflavone) written on them. The isoflavones found in fermented soy milk are supposed to be immensely moisturizing and their entire skincare line is based on this.
As you can see from the claims, it does not claim to reduce under eye circles or crow’s feet or anything like that. They only claim it gives is to provide hydration to the eye and mouth area which makes it soft and plumped. I absolutely agree with this. It does what it is designed to do very well.
It is a slightly off-whitish, kind of yellowish in colour. It feels like a water-based cream product and not oil-based. It gets absorbed into the skin very easily, but takes a while to sink in; I would say about 5 minutes. It spreads and blends out very well. It also layers well under makeup, but only if you let it completely sink in first. Otherwise, the concealer that goes on top tends to move around a bit too much and crease.
I like putting this all around my eyes and mouth area before I go to sleep. It makes sure that the areas are nicely hydrated. This product also contains a retinol derivative to act as an anti-wrinkle agent, but I find it doesn’t do anything to make the wrinkles disappear completely. But, it does help plump them up because of the hydration factor.
This can be used around the eye and mouth area both and reduces the appearance of wrinkles which are more visible when the area is dry. So, it is a multi-purpose product.
Pros of Sana Nameraka Honpo Wrinkle Eye Cream:
- Moisturizes very well.
- Can be used for eye and mouth area.
- Thin consistency.
- Easy spreadable.
- Free of added colour, fragrance and mineral oil.
- Layers well under makeup.
- Delivers on its claims. Does not sting the eyes.
Cons of Sana Nameraka Honpo Wrinkle Eye Cream:
- Can take about 5 minutes to sink in to the skin.
IMBB Rating: 4.75/5
Would I Recommend Sana Nameraka Honpo Wrinkle Eye Cream?
If you want a basic eye cream for everyday use, this will get the job done. It does not make tall claims.
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