Innisfree Whitening Pore Eye Cream Review
Product Purchased by IMBB
Skin Type: Combination.
Today, I will be reviewing an eye cream from Innisfree. After finding the cleanser from “Whitening Pore” range suiting my skin very well, I decided to try out this eye cream to combat under-eye circles. To know more about this product and how it fared for me, read on 🙂
2200 INR for 30 ml.
Whitening pore takes care of your skin tone, dark spots, and skin texture for transparency.
How To Use:
Before cream, release an appropriate amount to gently apply across your eyes with your ring fingers and pat for penetration.
My Experience with Innisfree Whitening Pore Eye Cream:
Like all eye creams from Innisfree, this one comes in an orange cardboard box with details printed on it using environmental-friendly soy ink. The box contains all the information, including price. The actual eye cream is housed in a small pump bottle. It is travel friendly and hygienic due to the pump packaging. The body of the eye cream is off white in colour, and has a pretty tangerine design embossed onto it. The back of the bottle has information such as ingredients, directions for usage etc. Overall, the packaging is very chic and easy to use.
This eye cream contains fresh tangerine peel squeeze, which means it is loaded with active vitamin C. Any product with vitamin C instantly draws me in. The cleanser from the same range fared extremely well for me, so I was excited to try this one out.
The eye cream is white in colour, and is slightly translucent. It is not too runny, nor too thick. Unlike the “Ecoscience eye cream,” this one is not very greasy. It does although leave a certain sheen behind. The product is moderately scented with tangerine peel fragrance, which doesn’t really bother me.
Coming to the application of the product, this eye cream has a brightening effect over time. It provides abundant moisture and nourishment to the eyes. Half a pump is enough for each eye, and the amount can be increased slightly in the night routine. I apply this by patting the cream using my ring finger. It takes about a minute for it to absorb, and even after that, I wait a few minutes before I apply eye makeup. This eye cream will not give a matte look, nor is it suitable for under makeup. I feel the need to mattify the under eye area with translucent powder, after which my eyes look better. Reapplication of powder is not required, as long as I have given enough time for the eye cream to absorb completely. The brightening effects are not immediate, but they do show up after about a month. Overall, this is a good brightening eye cream.
Pros of Innisfree Whitening Pore Eye Cream:
- Chic packaging.
- Travel friendly.
- Brightens up the under eye area.
- Makes eyes look less tired.
- Moisturizes and nourishes.
- Product will last 6 – 8 months.
Cons of Innisfree Whitening Pore Eye Cream:
- Contains added fragrance.
- Contains artificial colorants.
- Leaves a slight sheen behind.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Innisfree Whitening Pore Eye Cream?
For the summer time, I feel this eye cream works for me as it brightens the skin. On the other hand, the slightly greasy texture may not be suitable for everyone in this humid weather. Nevertheless, I really like this eye cream, and would repurchase this as a day eye cream for the winter months as well.
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