Sunday, 12 August 2012

[Skincare: Hada Labo Hydrating Lotion and Eye Cream]

This is not the first time I used Hada Labo's products, in fact, I have been using them for a while now.
Hada Labo is the economically no.1 selling toner in Japan. One sold in every 2 seconds.
It is also Singapore's Best Beauty Buys - Women's weekly's 2011 Winner.

When I used Hada Labo hydrating lotion some time back, I didn't really like it although many have been raving about it. The reason to why I didn't like it was because my skin couldn't absorb the product well.
I could feel that the Hyaluronic acid on the outer layer of my skin instead of being fully absorbed.
So perhaps after applying 1ml only 0.3ml is absorbed! > <

I was hesistant to try the new formulated lotion as I wasn't sure if the product was improved in penetratability into my skin. However, I read that it is now infused with the new Nano Hyaluronic Acid.

This Nano Hyaluronic Acid is with a size of 1/20 compared to a size of a regular Hyaluronic Acid molecule.
Which also means that it should be able to enter your skin 20 times better than a regular Hyaluronic Acid, as it is 20 times smaller.

Other than having Nano HA (Hyaluronic Acid), it also contains Super HA (SHA).
The SHA locks up 2 times the amount of moisture compared to a regular HA which is able to keep your skin moisturised for a longer period.

So total, there's 3 types of HA in this product,
- Nano HA  - Super HA  - HA


I have very very dry skin and needs to use 2 types of moisturisers on my face.
Usually a Emulsion and a Cream moisturiser.

If I don't use these, my facial skin tends to peel-off, which looks very disgusting. Worst of all, make-up cant cover these peeling.

I have been using branded toners before I used Hada Labo's SHA Hydrating Lotion.
I still had to use Emulsion first, but when I started using this product, that step could be neglectable.
I could immediately put on cream moisturiser without putting on an emulsion.

Anyway, back to the point of the new formula, it really moisturised my skin deep!
So I guess, I will stick to this for a while till I find a better toner in the market ^ ^ 


Hada Labo's Moist Eye Cream is as good.
I am not sure if the cream helps much in reducing dark eye circles and puffiness as I might not be using it long enough to write about it.

This cream is not oily and contains the 3 HAs and ACTIFLOW, which visbly lightens dark circles and reduces puffiness around the eye area. Actiflow stimulates the microcirculation around the eye area to increase blood circulation in the eye area this relieves puffiness and lightens dark circles. too.
I love the texture but I am really unsure of the effectiveness. It gives my eyes the cooling sensation after I put it on as well.

You all can try this product and give a verdict to it,
by going to Hada Labo's facebook page to claim your samples! (:

I declare Hada Labo is a tip top brand in their Hydrating formula! 

That is all for my post on Hada Labo products! Thanks! 
Byebye! (:

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