Hydrating lotion Eau de Ki
Japanese elixir Eau de Ki is a gift for everlasting healthy skin passed along in an unbroken chain of 100 years.
Purifying et moisturizing, this lotion is part of a minimalist and effective skincare routine.
Eau de Ki softly cleanse impurities from the surface of the skin, increases the level of moisture and reduces the signs of ageing.
During the six months maturation process of Eau de Ki, the quintessence of each of these ancestral ingredients mixes together to create a powerful synergy.
Study to measure efficiency
- A significant decrease in the number, length and visibility of wrinkles after 4 weeks of use
- Increase of moisture level by 45% after 4 hours of use
Similar to a quality liquor, Eau de Ki does not have an expiration date, but a date of bottling. The quality of the elixir increases with time.
Japanese and Chinese medicinal herbs: jujube, ginseng, umbrella polypore, reishi, lily of the valley roots, cnidium rhizome, Chinese peony, mandarin zest
Western aromatic plants: rose water, rosemary, white birch and linden
Corn alcohol infuses with traditional plants for six months to extract all their benefits. It does not dry out the skin.
Glycerine is of plant origin, it is used for its moisturizing and emollient properties but also for its ability to create a barrier on the epidermis that protects the skin from external aggressions, such as wind and pollution.
Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate is extracted from licorice root. Along with its anti-inflammatory properties, it soothes irritations, promotes healing and captures free radicals (anti-radical).Complete list of ingredients:
AQUA / WATER, ALCOHOL, GLYCERIN, CARAMEL, PARFUM / FRAGRANCE, DIPOTASSIUM GLYCYRRHIZATE, GERANIOL, CITRONELLOL, LIMONENE, ROSA CENTIFOLIA FLOWER WATER, EUGENOL, , POLYPORUS UMBELLATUS EXTRACT / POLYPORUS UMBELLATUS (MUSHROOM) EXTRACT, ZIZYPHUS JUJUBA FRUIT EXTRACT, PAEONIA ALBIF LORA ROOT EXTRACT, BETULA PLATYPHYLLA JAPONICA BARK EXTRACT (WHITE BIRCH), CITRUS RETICULATA PEEL EXTRACT / CITRUS RETICULATA (TANGERINE) PEEL EXTRACT, PANAX GINSENG ROOT EXTRACT, CNIDIUM OFFICINALE ROOT EXTRACT, OPHIOPOGON JAPONICUS ROOT EXTRACT (LILY OF THE VALLEY), GANODERMA LUCIDUM
EXTRACT / GANODERMA LUCIDUM (reishi MUSHROOM) EXTRACT, TILIA CORDATA FLOWER EXTRACT (LIME TREE), ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS LEAF EXTRACT / ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS (ROSEMARY) LEAF EXTRACT
If you apply Eau de Ki twice a day, a 130 ml bottle will last between two and three months.
Tips for use
Eau de Ki is part of a typical Japanese beauty ritual in which every step and every gesture matters to reveal a perfectly cleansed and radiant skin.
In the morning and evening, gently wipe your face with a lotion-soaked cotton to remove impurities and softly pat your skin following above step to let the lotion penetrate.
- Normal skins:
Gently tap your face with a soaked cotton and let the elixir penetrate your skin without rinsing.
- Sensitive skins:
Add two drops of Eau de Ki on a water soaked cotton, wring it out and gently pass it on your skin.
- Very sensitive skins:
Moisten your face and add a drop of Eau de Ki in your wet hands palm and gently tap your face with it.
You can also apply Eau de Ki in the palm of your wet hands and gently tap the entire face and body.
If you use Eau de Ki for the first time, or if you have delicate skin, dilute a few drops of lotion on a water-soaked cotton pad. After a few days your skin is strengthened and you can use it without water.
Read this interview of Mie Sasaki, the granddaughter of Eau de Ki's founder to know more about the creation and extraordinary benefits of this ancestral Japanese beauty elixir.
Utilisée le soir, ma peau était encore bien hydratée le lendemain. Pénètre bien dans la peau. L’alcool de maïs ne sèche pas la peau, mais laisse un parfum très délicat.
La lotion ne tient pas sa promesse d’hydratation de resserrement des pores antirides etc. Produit au prix excessif pour le service rendu. Déçue
Je ne suis pas fan de cette lotion eau de ki
J’adore cette lotion avec un parfum agréable . Votre teint est magnifique. Essayez c’est l’adopter