Meishoku Medicated Placenta Whitening Eye Cream – Review 

I am not into eye creams; I spread near my eyes whatever I apply on the rest of my face, except for exfoliants. However, in winter, the skin around my skin is particularly needier than usual hence I reach for an eye cream from time to time. At the beginning of last winter, I bought the Medicated Placenta Whitening Eye Cream, and I couldn’t finish the tube as it’s sizeable, so I continue using the cream this winter as well. 

The eye cream’s composition includes a host of moisturising ingredients such as the good, old glycerine as well as other fatty acids, dimethicone, and collagen. We can also find soothing vitamin E, rice bran oil, and a bunch of antioxidant-rich plant extracts such as white mulberry root extract. The main ingredient is the plant placenta, which increases the skin’s oxygenation boosting reparative processes. The cream is suitable for all skin types. 

I like this eye cream a lot. It’s rich yet pleasant to use. It doesn’t leave a heavy, sticky layer behind, and, most importantly, it’s affordable. I think you can’t go wrong with this product. It plumps up the skin and reduces the look of wrinkles caused by dehydration within minutes. I don’t have to remember to apply this cream on damp skin, as it doesn’t struggle to soak in even on dry skin, so it’s convenient for reapplications throughout the day. Sometimes, I need to reapply it frequently because my skin gets very dry in winter due to the harsher weather conditions and dry air caused by heating indoors. The cream claims to be whitening, aka fighting dark circles, but it doesn’t do much in that respect, at least for me.

This product is a no brainer. It does what it says on the tin and doesn’t break the bank. If you’re looking for an affordable eye cream, then it’s a product worth considering.

Ingredients: COSDNA 

Meishoku’s Medicated Placenta Whitening Eye Cream is available from [aff]. 

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