Imyu Naturie Skin Conditioner 500Ml Reviews 2021


I’m sold on the idea of using Asian herbs in skin care. There are times when they don’t work out – for example, some ginseng products cause me khổng lồ break out. Thankfully, the coix seed extract-infused Hatomugi Skin Conditioner from Japanese brand Naturie does the job by keeping my complexion clear, radiant & non-irritated.

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What are Coix Seeds, aka Job’s Tears?

Even though coix seed is nicknamed Chinese pearl barley, it’s not a type of barley. In Japan, it’s called Hatomugi, whereas in Chinese it’s known as 薏米, 薏仁 or 薏苡. Coix seeds are about twice the size of pearl barley.

Left: raw coix seeds; right: cooked coix seeds

There are two kinds of coix seed available at Asian grocery stores: raw and cooked. Cooked coix seeds are twice the size & look lượt thích popcorn. Although cooked, they’re not meant to lớn be eaten directly. Instead, they’re mixed with raw coix seeds và boiled with water and roông chồng sugar. It’s believed that the cooked seed balances the “cooling” properties of the raw ones, making the drink milder & hence more suitable for consumption by people with different toàn thân conditions. Coix seed water is a common herbal drink in Asia during summer, often served chilled with lemon. It has a refreshing cereal taste, kind of lượt thích rice bran water.

Why are they called Job’s Tears?

The scientific name for coix seed is Coix lacryma-jobi. Some believe sầu it got the name from its hard & shiny tear-shaped appearance. “Job” refers khổng lồ a biblical figure from the Old Testament named Job, who endured hardship. Coincidentally, coix seed are sometimes used for making rosaries.

What are their benefits?

In Chinese medicine, coix seed are used to lớn detoxify, strengthen the spleen, & remove sầu heat và pus from the body. It’s also believed that drinking coix seed water makes skin smoother & brighter.

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Now let me introduce khổng lồ you the coix seed toner!


First, I like that the toner has a short ingredient danh sách. Typical of Japanese products, it’s miễn phí from colorings & fragrances, and claims to lớn be hypoallergenic. The only concern is the presence of alcohol & propylparaben, which may cause allergies.

The watery toner has a refined and persistent milky white color that doesn’t require shaking the bottle. A small opening under the screw cap steadily dispenses the liquid. Being scentless and runny, the toner feels almost like water on the skin. It has a slight cooling effect, making it particularly suitable for summer.


I usually use the toner after cleansing my face. It tones & moisturizes skin, which means mine becomes softer và less taut. I also saw a slight brightening effect after testing it for a month. At times I use the toner before makeup so my foundation can adhere better. Since it absorbs inkhổng lồ the skin rather quickly, I have sầu no problem putting on makeup soon afterwards. Seeing as the bottle is quite large (500ml), I can squander the product a bit without worrying that it’ll run out.

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This toner is igiảm giá for the Korean seven-skin method, in which you continuously apply the same toner seven times (toners are often called “skins” in Korea). Some customers even use it as a mask lotion by soaking a cốt tông mask with the toner & applying it on the skin.

If you’re looking for additional benefits lượt thích makeup removal, exfoliation, astringing or super moisturizing properties, you might be looking at the wrong sản phẩm. But if you’re in need of a skin-friendly & refreshing toner that doesn’t break your bank, this one’s for you!

To double up the effect of coix seed, let me include a small recipe for coix seed water here:

Ingredients: Lemon x1, raw coix seed 40g, cooked coix seed 40g, rock sugar 70g, water 1.5LCooking time: 1.5 hoursServes 2-3 people

1.Wash và steep the coix seed in water for 1 hour.2.Boil the water (you can include the water used for steeping). Reduce the heat và bring lớn a simmer after the water is boiled. Cthảm bại lid và cook for 1 hour.3.Add roông xã sugar and cook ‘til it melts.4.Serve with sliced lemon. Enjoy!

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