Eye care supplement company finds smartphone users could use eye care supplements


This survey into smartphone use is not much more than a thinly-veiled advertisement for Fancl’s Sumaho Enkin, a blueberry-based supplement that allegedly helps eyes tired from too much smartphone use, but I think it is sufficiently interesting regardless.

I never touch my smartphone in bed (wife won’t allow it!) and I have to return home if I leave my smartphone, as it has my train ticket on it!

This turned up when I searched for Blueberry Eye:

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Looking older is Japanese women’s biggest concern regarding appearance

How interested are you in ageing matters? graph of japanese statisticsTo promote a new supplement that the cosmetics and beauty company they have released, Fancl conducted a survey, reported on by japan.internet.com, into anti-ageing awareness and practise.


At some point during the period from the 9th to 20th of August 2012 Fancl conducted a survey through their new Purging Power Raising Committee web site. The respondents were 1,000 women between the ages of 20 and 59, and although the age breakdown is not reported, the figures in the results below suggest there were exactly 25.0% in each of the age groups of twenties, thirties, forties and fifties.

Just to give them a plug since they gave me a survey, the Purging Power Raising support product they are selling is apparently “Daizu (Soy Bean) Saponin B”, which it apparently suggests (in sufficiently-vague wording to avoid regulatory problems) helps flush out whatever it is that might build up and might cause one to appear older than if said whatever was flushed out.
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