How many times do you blink in a day?

On average, most people blink around 15 to 20 times each minute. That means, while you’re awake, you probably blink:

  • 900 – 1,200 times an hour

  • 14,400 – 19,200 times a day

  • 100,800 – 134,400 times a week

  • between 5.2 and 7.1 million times a year

Each blink lasts between 0.1 and 0.4 seconds. Given how many times the average person blinks per minute, this makes up about 10 percent of the time you’re awake.

Why do you blink?

Blinking is essential for your eye health. It plays a key role in:

  • clearing debris from your eyes, like small particles from the air, dried tears, and dead cells

  • bringing nutrients and other substances to your eyes that help keep them healthy

  • wetting your eyes, which prevents dry eyes and reduces your risk of problems with your tear film

  • bringing oxygen to your eyes

All of these functions also help prevent eye infections. Additionally, blinking lets your brain briefly rest, helping you refocus on whatever it is you’re doing.


These days, the power balance between the eyes and mouth has been disrupted.

To achieve a facial balance that embodies hope, self-care is much needed right now.


In recent years, our lifestyles have dramatically been transformed, effecting immense changes to our eyes and mouth as well.

For instance, most of us use digital devices nowadays to communicate or enjoy leisure activities.

As we constantly gaze at monitor screens, our eyes are forced to overwork.


THREE Condensed Cream


Generously infuses the eyes and mouth with essences of the earth, which are absorbed by "roots."

Creates positive cycles around the eyes and mouth.


"Balancing Condensed Cream" has been developed as a self-care product that delivers essences of positivity to the eyes and mouth.


In order to realize this, THREE started off with focusing on "root" plants.


As it absorbs the blessings of nature directly from the earth, "root" is the fundamental part of life.

Root of ginseng, a plant that has been prized for over 2,000 years, and ginger that is commonly known in Japan as a spice with health benefits.

Combining the characteristics of the two and condensing them, the cream has been developed to serve as a source of vibrant beauty.


Delivering the benefits of "roots" while working on blood circulation and muscles with massaging, it conditions the skin to create a hopeful aura.


The water-retaining property of plant butter is adopted to ensure a comfortable massage.

A sensual texture has been realized so that the cream melts with freshness as it glides smoothly and blends into the skin, replenishing any fine gaps with moisture.


Essential oils were carefully selected and blended to create a euphoric scent.

Working on smell as well as the mind, it helps to boost the uplifting aura on the face.


Precisely because it is not easy to change our lifestyles, we are updating our ways to engage in self-care.

This way, we can aim to achieve beauty that is beaming with positivity.