Wednesday, December 7, 2011

[Review] Hada Labo Cleansing Oil

My apologies that this review came late.

I'm introducing you one of the latest product from Hada Labo...

Hada Labo skincare philosophy:
“PERFECT X SIMPLE” Inspired by traditional Japanese beauty wisdom, Hada Labo adopts a “No More, No Less” philosophy in the formulation of its products. Unnecessary additives such as colorant, fragrance and mineral oil that will burden the skin are omitted. Only beneficial, essential ingredients are retained to ensure maximum effectiveness – Only the best for your skin and nothing else...

The first product that came to Singapore was the number 1 face lotion in Japan, Hada Labo SHA Hydrating Lotion in June 2010.

I'm sure all of you have heard of Hada Labo, for its famous hydrating/moisture function in the lotion.

Launched in November...

Hada Labo Cleansing Oil with High Purity Olive Oil

Superior Cleansing with Ultra Pure Olive Oil (even on mascara) Very gentle, with no unnecessary additives (no fragrance, color, oil, alcohol)

♥ helps to gently remove dirt, oil and heavy makeup effortlessly
♥ a 1-­step makeup remover that can also remove tough, waterproof mascara and eye liner

♥ water-­soluble
♥ does not leave any greasy residue, stickiness or dryness on your face after cleansing
♥ does not contain Mineral Oil which is harmful to the skin and clogs pores

2 key ingredients:

1) High Purity Olive Oil
♥ ensures high performance cleaning
♥ yet very gentle with no irritation to skin

2) Super Hyaluronic Acid
♥ gives 2X more moisture than normal hyaluronic acid
♥ where 1g can retain 12 litres of water
♥ giving you refreshing smoothness after cleansing

This is how I look like when I'm about to remove my makeup.
Anyway, I looked and was tired from a day of work :P

Transparent liquid but it's oily (duh, it's oil-based)
I'd prefer to use cotton wool to remove makeup. Cotton wool can "take" the dirt off your face, rather than rubbing your face/eyes with your fingers to remove makeup.

After removing one side - the residue and dirt on the cotton wool.
*thumbs up* effective in removing eye makeup.

The makeup on one side of my face has been removed.
The left eye in the picture - still have some around the eyes.
I didn't say cotton wool can completely do the job, but in my opinion, it does a better job than rubbing, which may hurt the skin around your eyes.

Did you know that you should use different makeup remover for the face and the eyes? Now you do.
Face: Water-based makeup remover
Eyes: Oil-based makeup remover (Hada Labo Cleansing Oil)

I've tried water-based makeup remover to remove the makeup for the eyes, but I felt that I need quite a bit of time to remove them completely. NO GOOD. It can affect the lashes etc.

For you to better understand and see...

I used this cleansing oil to remove my face makeup (that is only foundation).
Not very effective since it is not meant for the face.

One thing you must know is that cleansing is very important after removing makeup!

Now that you have read my review, get a makeup remover specially for your eyes, especially if you want beautiful eyes :)

The Hada Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil is priced at $20.90 and will be available exclusively at Watsons nationwide from 1 November 2011 onwards.

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