Innisfree Orchid eye cream 30ml
The carefully extricated dynamic fixing from Jeju orchids conveys uncommon smoothness to dry skin with its exceptional antioxidants. A hostile to maturing cream figured with the essentialness of Jeju orchids to tone and smooth the thin, delicate eye areas.A predominant cell reinforcement fixing removed from Jeju orchids makes skin shining and brilliant while fortifying. Copious sustenance makes the skin surface more sound by lessening wrinkles, expanding versatility, and enhancing the skin tone.
How to use: Apply a small amount of cream around your eyes. Gently pat the cream for the best absorption.
Member reviews | 5
- Age : 37 years
Basic eye cream11 days ago
Fine but not fantastic4 months ago
Love it3 years ago
Orchid Eye Cream3 years ago
My first ever eye cream! yay~
It has a nice, gentle fragrance, and it's easy to apply. Moisturises the eye area well
Love this eyecream4 years ago
The consistency is thick, but gets absorbed into the skin really quickly. This means that I can use this eye cream during the day under my make up but still moisturising enough to be used at night.
For the anti-aging properties, I can't vouch much as I do not have eye crow yet, but I believe this product has helped to maintain the elasticity of the skin on my eye area. For being at 27 yo mother, most people still think that I am 16.
Packaging wise, I prefer love the jar packaging as this makes sure that I can use the products till the last drop. However, I know some people think that this is unhygienic.
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