asian cosmetics beauty contact lenses review

Review: Rohto Lycee Eyedrops for Contact Lenses

12. September 2013
Hello ♥
This review was a long time in my draft and I forgot to publish it :D I bought Rohto Lycee Eyedrops with the Geo Princess Mimi Apple Green Circle lenses at Pinky Paradise reviewed >>here<<. I fell in love with the packaging and I was looking for a small eyedrop product for putting into my purse and this it is.

Here is the product description by Pinky Paradise: 

Rohto Lycee Contact Eyedrops (for contact lenses) – Light Pink
Ideal for those having dry eyes while wearing contact lenses. 
Main function:
To re-hydrate the eyes and solve the problem of eye dryness. 
Additional Benefits:
Reduce redness & refreshing your eyes
How to Use:
Put 1 or 2 drops in the affected eyes up to 5-6 times daily.
Discontinue using if pain, itching, or sensitivity occurs.

The packaging contains the instructions and the little eyedrop container. The instructions is written in Japanese, but there are some images, so you get how it works. Apart from this there is not much you can do wrong about eyedrops. ;)
Edit: I was asked for the ingredients of these eyedrops. Since the package is in Japanese I couldn’t read it, but I saw that Pretty&Cute had listed the ingredients here: 

Tetrahydrozoline Hydrochloride 0.04%
Zinc Sulfate 0.1%
Chlorpheniramine Maleate 0.01%
Vitamin B12 0.006%
Vitamin B6 0.05%
Potassium L-Aspartate 1.0%



The pink package keeps its promise of being cute and girly. The eyedrop container has a rectangular shape and is made of plastic. The cap can be closed tightly with a little pressure and is released by twitching it. The pink cap has tiny sparkling particles within, too. The bottle of the container is transparent and the eyedrop solution has a pale pink color, too, which is caused by the vitamin B12. The bottle contains 8 ml eyedrop solution.


The is designed in a way that you can easily put the eyedrops in your eyes from all angles you use, which I think is really useful.

How is the effect on the eyes now?! The main function of eyedrops is to provide moisture, because contact lenses can be pretty drying for your eyes. Rohto’s Lycee Eyedrops do moisturize pretty well. Also, these eyedrops are designed to cool your eyes and refresh them. I read on other blogs about these eyedrops that they were burning a bit. I didn’t experience burning. I did experience burning in my eyes while cleansing my face and getting accidentally cleanser into my eyes, but these eyedrops were not burning, they were cooling. This is comparable to toothpaste: you brush your teeth and the toothpaste gives you a cooling and refreshing taste in your mouth. My eyes felt much better after I used it, especially after a long working day in front of the computer screen..Rohto’s Lycee Eyedrops is really a great product and it full-filled all the claims I had for it. :)
Nevertheless, I have to warn, that this is not a huge product. It only contains 8 ml and is thus quite expensive. At Pinky Paradise it was sold for US$ 12.99. At the moment it is out of stock, but there are other eyedrops available from Rohto. On ebay you can find them for around 10 US$. Because of the price I’ll give them only a rating of 4/5 instead of 5/5.
If you want to place an order for contact lenses at feel free to use my coupon code berriesinthesnow1. you get a FREE cute animal lens case PLUS mystery gift
2. the coupon code can be stacked, If you purchase 3 pairs, you will get 3 lens case plus 3 mystery gifts.
3. A minimum of 1 pair of circle lens purchased to activate the code.
4. The code has no expired dates :)
From time to time they have changing promotions going on, at the moment it is a Halloween promotion with free shipping worlswide. So it’s worth to have a look at their page. :)


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  • ▲elaine▽ 12. September 2013 at 22:55

    I love these drops, cute packaging and feels really good!

    • Fräulein Schnee 13. September 2013 at 8:30

      I love them too. I have them always inside my handbag for any cases :D Thanks for commenting ♥

  • Rebecca B. Bird 12. September 2013 at 23:00

    Wow, that container is so cute! Much prettier than my boring allergy eye drops, haha.

    • Fräulein Schnee 13. September 2013 at 8:32

      It has really the cutest eyedrop packaging. People always wonder what it is when I use it XD

  • Emi ♡ 恵美 12. September 2013 at 23:15

    I’ve been meaning to try this ^^

    恵美より ♥

    • Fräulein Schnee 13. September 2013 at 8:33

      If you can do so :) It is worth a try and super cute. Thanks for commenting ♥

  • Yomi C 13. September 2013 at 2:39

    I love the package of this eye drops! I fall in love with it since I saw the reviews of other bloggers, but never got it yet…

    • Fräulein Schnee 13. September 2013 at 8:34

      I hope you’ll be able to try it. They have such a refreshing effect. Thanks for commenting ♥

  • Chibilaria 13. September 2013 at 12:56

    I was thinking to buy them , but I’d like to know the ingredients … are they written only in Japanese isn’t it?


    My blog :

    • Fräulein Schnee 13. September 2013 at 13:16

      They are written in japanese, but I found the ingredients on Pretty&Cute’s shop. I edited the blog, so you can read the ingredients above :)

    • Chibilaria 13. September 2013 at 13:47

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    • Chibilaria 13. September 2013 at 13:57

      Oh thank you so much , it was very kind of you replying so fast ^-^ !!!

    • Fräulein Schnee 13. September 2013 at 15:57

      You’re welcome :D

  • Belinda Matilda 13. September 2013 at 15:55

    omg the packaging is soooooooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ADORABLE
    will this work for circle lenses? :)

    • Fräulein Schnee 13. September 2013 at 15:59

      Yes, these eyedrops work with all kinds of contact lenses and thus also for circle lenses :)

  • 美美 13. September 2013 at 22:42

    I never tried these eyedrops because I’m super scared they will be bad for my eyes because my parents always tell me not to order things from asia :O But the packaging is so cute ; u ; ♡

    -Mindy ♡

    • Fräulein Schnee 18. September 2013 at 13:34

      I think japanese people use very often eyedrops, I don’t think a big company like Rohto will harm your least they work for me. :) But I can understand being worried. Thanks for commenting as usual ♥

  • Sakuranko 15. September 2013 at 5:15

    I love it that eyedrops are perfect for my I repurchased that product because is perfect to me, now I want try with others variations of that same product because I think is great. It{s so useful than for me the price is perfect!
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    • Fräulein Schnee 18. September 2013 at 13:34

      I’d love to try other variations, as well. I think they have really good eyedrops :) Thanks for commenting ♥

  • ShenEe 17. September 2013 at 9:00

    wow! Japanese really have cute products! the packaging itself already convince me to buy it :D looks nice!

    • Fräulein Schnee 18. September 2013 at 13:36

      I agree with you. I should buy more often japanese cosmetics :D They have a lot of beautiful products. Thanks for commenting ♥

  • Anonymous 19. September 2013 at 6:52

    But it can be used WITH the lenses???

    • Fräulein Schnee 19. September 2013 at 8:30

      Yes, it can be used with lenses :)

  • Nichole Mercado 7. November 2013 at 10:04

    Ultra cute packaging! I better ask my Eye Doctor in Arizona first if I can change my eye drops to that. You see my eyes are very sensitive, the only reason my doctor let me wear contact lens is because eyeglasses makes me dizzy. I’m wearing special types of contact lenses by the way, and I have to change them every month.

    • Fräulein Schnee 7. November 2013 at 18:28

      I have special monthly lenses, too. But anyhow you should ask your doctor first before buying if you have sensitive eyes. Thanks for reading! :)

  • Anonymous 14. November 2013 at 3:52

    can you use without contacts in to test?