eyes product,

REVIEW - Innisfree The Green Tea Seed Eye Cream

12:41 AE CHA 2 Comments

Hi loves! So, today review is about skincare but more precisely eye cream. I do have a problem which is a very pesky undereye circles because I always staying up the whole night especially when I have an exam. I'm actually not a fan of eye cream product but when I noticed that there is a difference on my face especially my eyes, it's completely change my whole skincare routine. My eyes tend to be dry and it is more noticeable when I applied concealer , so I need extra hydrating! As I'm kinda excited to experiment an eye cream product, so, Innisfree eye cream will be my choice to try.

For this review, as always I'll start off with a look at what's inside of Innisfree The Green Tea Seed Eye Cream for your own perusal! This eye cream containing antioxidants for deep hydration and nourishment. The main ingredients in this product, obviously, 100% squeezed green tea. 

If you see the ingredient, it's contain camellia sinensis (aka green tea). Green tea extract is derived from leaves of Camellia sinensis. Green tea extract is naturally rich in antioxidants, which has a cell-protecting function as well. Green tea extract can actually decrease wrinkles and also makes you look younger. So, you know it is basically give huge benefit for our eyes.

Once you uncap it, there is a safety cap to keep the dirt away from the actual product but mines actually just sticks to the lid every time I open it. I actually prefer eye cream that comes in a tube or metal applicator because it is more hygienic and fuss-free than eye creams in a tube. Sometimes, I use spatula to pick up the product but sometimes I breaks the rule which I ended up using my finger! bleh bleh bleh  

There are 30ml of products, which quite a lots for an eye cream. Basically, eye cream product comes in 20ml or below than that. So, this will be last quite long times.

It has a very thick consistency and a bit oily, maybe because camellia sinensis seed oil. Since my eyes quite dry, so, oil-based ingredient will be better. It's penetrate into the skin with no time and it also has a fairly strong scent of green tea smell.

Once the cream spread out, the colour doesn't show up like white colour and basically applied transparent. When I used this, it did make my undereye feel smoother and hydrated. After used almost one month, it does make my under eye area is less dry but it's not enough for my under eyes. Sometimes, I do feel, there's nothing changed. But, I liked the fact that, it give an instant moisturizing onto the skin. Look at how moisture it is!

With 30ml of product, I think this is great product to try out especially for people who still searching for eye cream product with an affordable price. Usually an eye cream product, tends to be quite pricey and some people can't afford it ( I understand because I am one of it, lol)

Besides that, I also think that, it depends on your preferences for eye creams whether you like thick consistency or lightweight consistency.  If you are looking for thicker consistency eye cream, then this might be up your alley. So, think carefully what suits you more :)


  1. Hey there! Hari here. I am a beauty blogger too... :)
    Have you tried their green tea serum. Pretty amazing too!

    1. Hi! YEAH I've also heard good things about Green Tea serums too. :)


Drop me a line! If you enjoyed this post, or have something in particular you want to see, let me know! I'll make sure to respond, so check back in a few days!