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What is this Product? (What it claims)
* Sake has been used for cosmetic purposes since ancient times in Japan for its skin Moisturizing properties. Sake contains substances like:

  • Vitamine C - prevents negative effects of suntan
  • Vitamin B2 - effective for troubled skin
  • Sucrose - excellent moisturizing source
  • Lactic Acid, Succinic Acid, Apple Acid, which works epidemis of skin to keep skin smooth
  • Amino Acids - natural moisturizer
Made in Japan

Directions of Use
Pat on skin after cleansing.

CAUTION: Do not use if there are wounds, rashes or any other skin irritations. If there is skin irritations during use or after use, Stop use immediately and consult a physician. If in eyes, rinse immediately with water. Keep out of reach of shildern.

Main Ingredients

$2 CAD plus tax for 200ml. My boyfriend purchased this from Daiso Vancouver Location

This was an interesting buy as I've never tried Sake toners before. To prevent any chance of irrtations, I first tried it on areas like inner arm and neck before attempting the face. I did not have any skin reactions to it so I moved on to using it on my face.

The product has a tint of scent -- sake, obviously. It isnt bothering for me but my mom wasn't a fan for sure. She literally held this as far away from her as possible. My mom isn't the willing type to try new/unheard/inexpensive skincare lines. (can't blame her) haha.

The product itself is clear and appear like many toners on the market -- just like water. Although in the ingredients list, it says there is alcohol, I didn't find my skin tight and dry after application. It is not as moisturizing as I anticipated but it didn't dry out either. The only way that I can tell its not JUST water, is that my skin is tiny little bit moist. I don't think this is a strong enough product to effectively close my pores and retain moisture after shower/bath.

Since I like in a dry climate area, I wish this item is more moisturizing considering the ingredients it claims to possess. If I were to bring this to humid climates, I think the moisturizing factor is sufficient.

In conclusion, I have been using it for some time now and no signicant changes can be visibly seen. I still have about 3/4 of the bottle left. I usually use it for face refresher now by pouring it into a spray bottle. Pretty sure, I will not be repurchasing this. However, my curiosity with sake toners still remain and I look forward to trying sake toners by other brands =) If you know of another brand, please let me know!

Overall: ♥♥♥
Product: 2/5 ♥ Didn't meet all claims. Not very moisturizing
Packaging: 5/5 ♥ Pretty graphics. All in Japanese. Opening is small so it's easy to use.
Price: 5/5 ♥