March 13, 2014

Missha Geumsul Vitalizing Stick Eye Cream Review

This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

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Missha Geumsul Vitalizing Stick Eye Cream ($24) is a recently introduced product in the Missha Misa Collection that became available this past January.

It’s probably one of Missha’s more expensive products because lord knows the brand is all about inexpensively awesome Asia beauty products. Can I just say that Missha is going places and I wouldn’t be surprised if at some point they pop up in Target like Laneige. As a Korean brand they have made such an impact across the US online community. It’s fabulous to see! I wish more Asian beauty brands would take Missha’s lead!

Needless to say I’m all about Missha Geumsul Vitalizing Stick Eye Cream as it’s an innovative way to get a little moisture under your eyes!

Missha Geumsul Vitalizing Stick Eye Cream

Missha Geumsul Vitalizing Stick Eye Cream comes housed in a beautiful golden lipstick casing but it isn’t for lips my friends. This is an eye cream or a balm if you will. The nourishing formula contains SPF 14 and contains Panax Ginseng Seed Oil to protect skin as well as Safflower Oil to adding moisture with Evening Primrose Oil for brightness and radiance.

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The eye catching tube makes it easy to travel with to add a little moisture under your eyes as the day progresses. I typically apply it under my eyes cream in the evening. It’s kinda like having a stick version of Bobbi Brown Extra Eye Balm. It does tug a little bit during application, I wish it was a little more emollient so just be gentle during application. Once applied you can pat it gently into place. It adds a good deal of moisture under eyes with a soothing balm-like texture that feels quite like Bobbi’s Extra Eye Balm, a product I love and use daily!

Missha Geumsul Vitalizing Stick Eye Cream delivers moisture to drier eyes anytime you like thanks to the handy packaging. This rich balm is a perfect way to perk up drier eyes.

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This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

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  • Beautybeatmanila

    Ahh the wonderful things Koreans invent πŸ™‚ will definitely check this out!

  • Xero

    Hehe, it probably feels like you’re applying lipstick to your eyes! Pretty weird.

  • Deb

    TGIF Muse! This is an intriguing product. So far, the only Missha product I have is the BB cream and I love it. I have one one other stick eye balm and I love the whole concept. Easy to swipe, no digging in pots, etc. I am a little concerned about the tugging you mention, we sure don’t need to be tugging on that delicate eye area. I think this might be solved by blasting the stick with a blow dryer for a few seconds before application. I’m wondering, how long did the moisture of this last for you? I know that like me, your dryer eyelids just suck up moisture. I’m still looking for something that will last until I can get my concealer on. Thanks, and have a great weekend!

  • Ritu KT

    I am using Innisfree Eco science eyestick which comes in the same form. I got it a few months ago but i think it costs the same. It is so good, and convenient to use! I am all about Missha and have used so many products since 2012! Love their products. Next on my hitlist is their newly lanched Lotta Pink Glam Art rouge liptick, Lotta Coral and Lotta Orange aren’t my type πŸ™‚

  • Marie

    Hi Muse! Please tell me you are reviewing the pact from this line too. Pls ;_;

  • Therese

    I love the idea of this but wonder if it would end up causing milia under the eyes from the oily/waxy texture? Must check it out in person!

  • Birgitta

    Hi Muse, please, please review the Missha MISA Geumsul Vitalizng BB cake. I think we are many who wait for this.Thanks a lot!

  • Birgitta

    Hi Muse, I would be so grateful to know if you plan to review the Missha Geumsul BB cake. Thank you! Birgitta

  • Theresa

    Hi Muse, can you please review the Missha Misa germ sul vitalizo get eye cream (the one in the jar) I am really interested in it but not quite sure of the ingredients. Thanks!