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Review : All New Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Range

When is the last time you check the suitability of skincare before you go ahead to purchase one set for your skin?
I remember those days, I tend to use brightening skincare then later on change to anti-wrinkle. With too many skincare brands and many claimed goodness to the skin, one may end up to keep on changing skincare just like me.
This will cause skin conditions. Not sure about you but for me, the ageing and environment factor takes the toll to my skin. I noticed my skin becomes red and gets irritated very easily. This leads to uneven tone and texture. Those days, I used brightening skincare for my uneven skin tone but end up causing dry skin along the way. From then on, I was very careful in selecting my skincare.

Have you heard or tried Hada Labo skincare range before?

I personally love Had Labo because of the good quality product and it does as what it claimed. I love the hydrating series.



Recently, Hada Labo launched the All-New Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Range, which was just in time since my existing skincare is out. I have tried All-New Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating range for two weeks now. 

All New Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Range comes with :

1. Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Face Wash (100g)

2. Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Lotion (170ml)

3. Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Milk (90ml)

4. Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Cream (50g)

This 4 steps skincare is formulated with triple protective formula benefit your skin :

PROTECTS - It contains Lecithin, Squalene and Shea Butter that forms invisible bionic liquid crystal as a protective film to protect the skin against environment harsh pollutant and stressors in keeping the skin healthy.

STRENGTHENS AND REPAIRS - Contains Phytosterols and Ceramide that helps to smooth, soften as well as strengthen and repair the skin barrier.

SOOTHE REDNESS - Contains Alpha Bisabolol and Gingerol to calm as well as soothe irritation and redness on the skin.

I noticed one of the ingredients in Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Range is Hyaluronic Acid which is a signature ingredient for Hydrating series. Hyaluronic Acid penetrates deep into the skin to intensely hydrate and restore skin's moisture.  I don't even need to worry since this range is pH balanced and free from fragrance, colourant, alcohol and mineral oil.




Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Face Wash (100g) RM29.90

Texture: Creamy and foam up well without much ladling on your palm.
Experience: My skin feels well cleanse and fresh.




Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Lotion (170ml) RM69.90

Texture: White liquid solution


Experience: I feel my skin soothed and hydrated. 




Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Milk (90ml)RM59.90

Texture: White thick liquid


Experience: I was afraid to try out this on my skin at first since it looks too rich. Lucky I dare myself and test it on my skin. The liquid is lightweight and easily absorbed into the skin.  Furthermore, it relieves skin irritation almost immediately



Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Cream (50g) RM78.90

Texture: Creamy and thick. Just use a little bit to make it last longer.



Experience: I have some redness and irritation on my skin the other day. I can see a significant reduction within 4 hours of application. This lightweight cream effective in soothing redness and strengthening the skin's barrier.

If you have sensitive skin, can try All-New Hada Labo+Sensitive Hydrating Range, it helps to restore your skin balance and boost up moisture.  

You can purchase at Watsons or any other leading Pharmacy nearby.

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