Review: Meishoku Pintup Eye Serum Total Repair

FEATURES

  • A serum designed to lift and restore elasticity around the eye area.
  • Reduces dark circles and puffiness under the eye.
  • Corrects fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Experience the beauty in 30 seconds.

    HOW TO USE
    Apply a small amount of cream to eye area with light circular movements in the morning or/and evening.
30g, 1,980 yen (tax included)

I’ve been using this for almost 3 months now and here are the good and bad sides. Just so you know I have fine lines around my eyes and faint dark circles.

PROS

  • Creamy type but easy to apply
  • Contains active ingredients such as collagen, hyaluronic acid, retinol, and placenta extract which give good benefits to the skin.
  • Does not contain fragrance and synthetic colors.
  • It does moisturize my eye areas.
  • You can use the product for months.

CONS

  • I can’t really see any dramatic difference in 30 seconds (like lifted eye, brighter tone, and so on).
  • Takes time to dry up.
  • I don’t like the dried product that I sometimes see the following day. I guess you really have to use only a tiny amount of the cream.

If you expect immediate results, this one isn’t your guy. I’ll just keep using it until it’s finished and the search will still be on. What’s your favorite eye serum/ cream?

You might also want to check out another product from Meishoku here.

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Author: Sheryl Gim

1990 | Filipino living in Japan | Believer in love | Bitten by the travel bug | Caffeine intolerant

5 thoughts

  1. I like Temple Spa’s Windows to the Soul Eye Cream, which is a lighter lotion rather than a thicker cream.
    I have also noticed the ‘dry product’ effect from some eye creams, as you say, less is definitely the way to go with the richer creams.

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