- Release Date
- 200ml / 500ml
- Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing
- COSMOBEAUTY Co.
- Product Type
- ¥500 / ¥840
Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing Skin Care Lotion Bright Moist is a hydrating Japanese watery lotion with sake for dry skin.
The moisture-replenishing toner features Kiku-Masamune’s kojic acid-rich dry sake (Japanese rice liquor) to naturally hydrate, soothe, and brighten the skin. Its slightly acidic formula contains a blend of amino acids and vitamin derivatives to further boost skin moisture levels and clarity.
Skin feels moisturised and balanced with improved clarity. The lotion’s generous size makes it economical for use on the face and body, and as a 5-minute lotion pack.
Ingredient(s): Alcohol-Free Amino Acids Arbutin Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate Sake (Japanese Rice Liquor) Silicone-Free Slightly Acidic Vitamin C (All Types)
Skin Type(s): Dry Skin
Beauty Concern(s): Dullness / Lack of Radiance
Water,, butylene glycol,, rice ferment filtrate (sake),, arginine,, leucine,, retinyl palmitate,, potassium ascorbyl tocopheryl phosphate,, sodium tocopheryl phosphate,, arbutin,, dipotassium glycyrrhizate,, glycerin,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, arachis hypogaea (peanut) oil,, hydrogenated lecithin,, PEG-60 hydrogenated castor oil,, sodium styrene/acrylates copolymer,, citric acid,, sodium citrate,, phenoxyethanol,, methylparaben,, fragrance.
In terms of texture and finish how does it compare to the old one. The old one felt fresh for me. This doesn’t seem to contain the placental protein and alcohol but it does include oil. Do you felt it feel greasy?
Think of this as a new variation of the High Moist formula. It’s nothing like the discontinued lotion.
which one is better, this one or the cezanne skin care lotion high moist?
“Better” is subjective since it depends on your skin type, personal preference, and desired results. This and the Cezanne feature entirely different key ingredients. If you want sake, Cezanne doesn’t contain it. If you don’t care for sake but prefer fragrance-free, then this isn’t suitable at all.
where is an alcohol in full inci?
It doesn’t contain it.
oh, glad to know 😉 thank you so much 🙂
Oh. Oil, unfortunately. And peanut oil at that. Oh well.