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Kuramoto Bijin Hakumai Ferment Milk

Kuramoto Bijin Hakumai Ferment Milk RatzillaCosme’s Best Pick

Release Date
Kuramoto Bijin
Tonoike Shuzouten
Product Type
All-In-One / Moisturiser

Kuramoto Bijin Hakumai Ferment Milk is an organic Japanese anti-ageing moisturiser milk.

The moisturiser milk features organic rice-derived ingredients produced by renowned Tonoike Sake Brewing in Hokkaido, and it has the effects of a hydrating lotion, beauty serum, and moisturiser in one. It has a rich formula that contains a blend of premium ginjo sake, rice bran oil, rice koji, and gamma-oryzanol to naturally nourish, protect, brighten, and firm dry skin with signs of ageing.


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Water,, butylene glycol,, glycerin,, rice ferment filtrate (sake),, pentylene glycol,, oryza sativa (rice) bran extract,, rice bran sphingoglycolipid,, oryza sativa (rice) bran oil,, sodium hyaluronate,, squalane,, oryzanol,, glycosyl trehalose,, do.not.copy,, hydrogenated starch hydrolysate,, geranium robertianum extract,, saxifraga sarmentosa extract,, geranium thunbergii extract,, hydrogenated lecithin,, lysolecithin,, tocopherol,, polyorbate 60,, sorbitan isostearate,, methyl gluceth-10,, hydroxyethyl acrylate/sodium acryloyldimethyl taurate copolymer,, phenoxyethanol.


蔵元美人 白米発酵乳液」の全成分:水、BG、グリセリン、コメ発酵液、ペンチレングリコール、酒粕エキス、コメヌカエキス、コメヌカスフィンゴ糖脂質、コメヌカ油、ヒアルロン酸 Na、スクワラン、オリザノール、グリコシルトレハロース、加水分解水添デンプン、ヒメフウロエキス、ユキノシタエキス、ゲンノショウコエキス、水添レシチン、リゾレシチン、トコフェロール、ポリソルベート60、イソステアリン酸ソルビタン、メチルグルセス-10、(アクリル酸ヒドロキシエチル/アクリロ イルジメチルタウリンNa)コポリマー、フェノキシエタノール

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9 Comments on Kuramoto Bijin Hakumai Ferment Milk

  1. Hi Ratzilla
    I clicked on the Amazon Japan and it’s a link for some shampoo. Is the moisturizer no longer on the martket?

    • No, it’s very much still available. It appeared that I’ve accidentally linked to the wrong product. Thanks for letting me know. I’ve corrected it.

  2. Hello Ratzilla! Do you know if the squalane used in this product is animal or plant derived? Thank you!

    • The squalane used in Japanese cosmetics is usually derived from deep-sea sharks as it’s the cheapest. If it’s plant-derived, it would almost always be specified (a.k.a. advertised) by the company as it’s more expensive.

      • Aww I was hoping it was plant derived since it is squalane and not squalene 🙁 I guess the spelling makes no difference if the company does not specify the origin. But wow I did not know that about hyaluronic acid. I thought a synthetic version was mostly used O_O. I wish cosmetic companies would state the origin of certain ingredient, but maybe it is not so important to majority of the consumers. Thank you so much!

        • Squalane is derived from the hydrogenation squalene so it makes no difference.

          Animal-derived ingredients are a by-product of the meat industry, so as a meat-eater, this doesn’t bother me whatsoever. It’s better to use the entire animal than to let it go to waste. A LOT of cosmetics ingredients are actually derived from animals. If you’re trying to avoid them, there’s very few options left especially once you factor in the controversial issue of animal testing. Some plant-derived ingredients have devastating environmental and social impacts as well.

          • Ahhh. I did not know that about sqaulane since I am not too familiar with it, but whenever I see it mentioned people general say that is is plant derived. I guess they are loosely using the term, but when I did research it a bit I noticed that if it does not say from olives then it is an animal by-product. I just try to avoid animal products because of my religion, though I do understand the not wasting of an animal since its life was taken. And you’re right about plant-derived ingredients being looked upon as the better substitute, however, you always have to factor in fair trade, non-abusive labor, if the mass harvesting of the ingredient affects the ground etc. All in all, there is just controversy on both sides. Thank you so much for replying back. I learned so much about things I was not too sure about. Apologies for the late reply.

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