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Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing Skin Care Lotion High Moist

Release Date
2013.8.22
Size
500ml
Brand
Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing
Producer
COSMOBEAUTY Co.
Product Type
Lotion
Price
¥840
DETAILS

Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing Skin Care Lotion High Moist is an ultra-hydrating Japanese watery lotion with sake.

The hydrating toner contains the same concentration of Kiku-Masamune’s famed dry sake (Japanese rice liquor) as the regular version to naturally hydrate, soothe, and smooth the skin. It features a rich, slightly acidic formula with a blend of ceramides, amino acids, arbutin, and placenta extract to naturally protect the skin barrier against moisture loss.

Skin is replenished and plumped with moisture. Its big size makes it economical for use on the face and body, and as a 5-minute lotion pack.

FULL INGREDIENTS LIST

Water,, glycerin,, butylene glycol,, rice ferment filtrate (sake),, glutamic acid,, arginine,, leucine,, ceramide 3,, ceramide 6II,, placental protein,, arbutin,, dipotassium glycyrrhizate,, glycine soja (soybean) protein,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, maltitol,, methyl gluceth-10,, PEG-6o hydrogenated castor oil,, hydroxyethylcellulose,, sodium styrene/acrylates copolymer,, citric acid,, sodium citrate,, phenoxyethanol,, methylparaben,, fragrance.

日本語 (JAPANESE)

菊正宗 日本酒の化粧水高保湿」の全成分:水、グリセリン、BG、コメ発酵液、グルタミン酸、アルギニン、ロイシン、セラミド3、セラミド6Ⅱ、 プラセンタエキス、アルブチン、グリチルリチン酸2K、ダイズタンパク、マルチトール、メチルグルセス-10、 PEG-60水添ヒマシ油、ヒドロキシエチルセルロース、(スチレン/アクリル酸アルキル)コポリマーNa、 クエン酸、クエン酸Na、フェノキシエタノール、メチルパラベン、香料

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20 Comments on Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing Skin Care Lotion High Moist

  1. Hello, what is the shelf life for an unopened Kikumasume high moist lotion? Also, what’s the shelf life once I opened it? 🙂

    • In Japan, standard shelf life for unopened products is 3 years. Once opened, watery lotions, serums, and moisturisers are good for 3-6 months.

  2. What’s your opinion about added fragrance to skincare products? Do you think it’s safer to avoid it? I’m interested in this product but I have read fragrance can be bad…

    • Fragrance can trigger allergies and irritation, so it’s best to avoid for those with sensitive or compromised skin. If your skin is healthy and your skin isn’t bothered by it at all, it isn’t really an issue. It’s like dairy — from an evolutionary perspective, it isn’t necessary for optimal health. Its effects vary greatly between individuals. If you tolerate dairy products and enjoy them, you should feel comfortable eating them. There is no compelling evidence that people should avoid it.

  3. Hi – Does this contain mineral oil? On Japan’s Amazon site, mineral oil is listed as an ingredient. But castor oil is listed as an ingredient on your site, and US Amazon’s site. Thanks so much advance for your help.

  4. Do you possibly know if the moisturizer (of the same version) contains any oil ingredients? The old version has mineral oil but I read somewhere that the molecules of it are too big to be absorbed by skin so they stay on the surface – don’t know if that’s a fact but my body responds well to it, on the other side any non-mineral oils make my very oily skin too oily and that leads to trouble..

    Thank you and kind regards.

    • So you’re looking for a moisturiser that contains mineral oil (not just any oil)? The 2015 formula of the Kiku-Masamune’s Emulsion still contains it. Most Japanese facial moisturisers nowadays don’t contain it, but ones formulated for the body (like the Kiku-Masamune’s) sometimes do — especially for budget brands.

      • I’m sorry for not being clear. I’m saying I rather not have any oils, but mineral oil was not bad either. The 2015 Kiku-Masamune’s LOTION contains castor oil (that’s vegetable oil), that’s why I had to discontinue using it. So I’m asking if they added non-mineral oil (like castor oil) to emulsion aswell.

        (the vendor sent me 2015 emulsion even though the pictured one was the 2013, so now I’m kinda sceptical using it..)

        Sorry again, thank you very much and kind regards.

      • Hm, after a very decent amount of time using lotion + moisturizer + yuskina for body skin hydration I still had dry skin (on calf area even slightly flaking), a week ago I started using a very small amount of coconut oil (I’m not into alternative stuff, but it actually has a few decent studies that showed it acts as mineral oil when applied topically to the skin) as a finisher..and a few days later a very big bumbp in hydration noted (flaky calf area is now soft and smooth etc.).
        Not sure if it’s really that powerful on it’s own or it’s just allowing other products to work better by protecting them below itself or maybe even both..any thoughts? 🙂

        • I’ve heard lots of good things about coconut oil! I’ve personally never tried it, but that is simply because I don’t like the smell of coconut. It’s potentially very comedogenic, so I’d avoid using it on the face if your skin is acne-prone.

          • Good to hear that. Yes I actually experimented with it as after-shave and it clogged pores a lot, not sure about the neck area though. By the way isn’t mineral oil in general comedogenic? Otherwise I might be interested in an economical lotion that contains mineral oil as my current (Kikumasamune) is okay but it goes quite fast if used on whole body and also I’m kinda experiencing your point that lotions are usually not “much more” than regular water and with that in mind Rose lotion would be a better option as it’s really almost like water and thus lasts the longest in my experience (from those that I’ve tested of course) 🙂

  5. Do you possibly know if the moisturizer (of the same version) contains any oil ingredients? The old version has mineral oil but I read somewhere that the molecules of it are too big to be absorbed by skin so they stay on the surface – don’t know if that’s a fact but my body responds well to it, on the other side any non-mineral oils make my very oily skin too oily and that leads to trouble..
    Thank you and kind regards.

  6. Thank you for posting this! Reading your website helps me discover so many interesting products. This looks nice and economical. I read that sake products are popular in Japan for skincare. Have you tried it or any of the other sake type products?
    By the way, I don’t know if it’s just my computer, but I can’t seem to click into your “alcohol-free” filter list. It’s giving me a blank webpage.

    • A few random search pages cannot load properly at random times. It’s an ongoing issue that I can’t seem to solve yet. The ‘alcohol-free” page is loading fine for me right now. If you do see blank webpage, just your cache and try loading it again in a few hours.

      I haven’t tried this, but I quite enjoy using the regular version (should appear right sidebar somehere) in the summer.

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