Saturday, December 22, 2012

Review: Hada Labo SHA Hydrating Make-up Remover

Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid(SHA) Hydrating Make-up Remover
(Net wt: 200ml)
Description: Contains advanced skin hydrating ingredient  Super Hyaluronic Acid, with twice the moisture retention capacity of Hyaluronic Acid(1gm of Hyaluronic Acid is able to hold up 6 liters of water). Replenishes essential moisture to visibly improve skin texture and prevent dryness so skin stays soft, hydrated and supple.

Claims to do:
- Gently & effectively removes all traces of make-up, dirt and impurities while preserving skin's natural moisture.
- Water based formula leaves skin clean without any greasy or tight feeling after use.
- Hydrates as it cleanses leaving skin feeling silky smooth.
Skin pH balanced. Low irritation.
- Free of fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol & colorant.

Directions: Keep your hands and face dry. Squeeze sufficient amount onto your palm, and massage directly onto your face; using gentle circular motion. Rinse thoroughly with water.

It comes in a plastic bottle with a pump and a lock tab. :D

Consistency & Color:
Liquid-y texture and translucent.

Scent:
Odorless; it's fragrance-free :)

Likes:
- water based and hyaluronic acid formula
- free of fragrances, mineral oil, colorant and alcohol
- non greasy; does not break me out :D
- non-drying
- easy to use
- no leakage from the pump after dispensing of the product :)
- less harsh; suits sensitive skin
- remove light makeup effortlessly
- remove light makeup without leaving a tight, squeaky clean feeling
- a little goes a long way~~~

Dislikes:
- does not remove waterproof make-up :(
- does not remove heavy make-up; works only for light to medium make-up.

Demonstration XDDD: 
...massaging the product on the make-up swatches...

...and... rinse it off....
(ps for my hairy hand~ wheeeeeeeeee XPPP)
As seen from the pictures, it failed to remove my waterproof eyeliners. Well, it did not even completely remove my Revlon Colorstay eyeliner. :(

Overall, I still like this make-up remover because of it's hydrating purposes. :D For me, even though it does not remove all kinds of make-up but it doesn't really matter to me because I use separate make-up removers for my face and eyes. And... I don't apply heavy make-up; my make-up is always light or light to medium~ so as long as it removes all traces of my face make-up, I'm satisfied with it. :)

By the way, Hada Labo has another makeup remover which is called "Super Hyaluronic Acid Cleansing Oil". It's for heavy make-up and waterproof mascara so if you are a heavy make-up person, you might want to get the cleansing oil instead of this water based remover. :)

That's that. XOXO :)

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