Review: Shiseido Ibuki Eye Correcting Cream
Posted September 25, 2013on:
I am quite thankful to Sampleroom for making Shiseido Ibuki products available for sampling, as I missed the Shiseido Ibuki exclusive August box. I was able to grab the one I wanted to try the most: Shiseido Ibuki Eye Correcting Cream. This costs 70 points at Sampleroom.
The sample came in a tiny 2ml tube, which easily fits in the palm of my hand. It has the clean white design of the Ibuki range. The Ibuki range is a maintenance range to keep the suppleness and moisture of the skin of 20-something to 30-something people. The Eye Correcting Cream, in particular, is a cooling eye cream that targets puffiness, dark circles, and fine lines (all three of which I have!).
I’ve been using this tube once a day only, at night after applying cleansing and moisturizing. The product itself is a thick pink cream, and a little goes a long way. As my targets (dark circles, puffiness, and fine lines) are all located in my undereye area, that’s where I apply the eye cream. I can immediately feel the cooling action right after application.
I’m almost done with the sample, and I can say that I am quite happy with the results so far. I really like the cooling effect. I can’t say much about the dark circles or the fine lines yet, but I definitely see a big reduction in the puffiness of my undereyes. Will I buy a full sized tube of this? At Php1800 for 15ml it doesn’t sound so bad as other brands of eye cream can be more expensive. If I do have the funds for it I will definitely buy!
This is one of the ways I make sure I’m ready for anything. Having well-nourished skin and a healthy body assures me that I can face any challenge that life throws my way.
Disclaimer: This is my entry to the Sampleroom Shiseido Blog Contest.