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Best Skincare Routine For Sensitive Skin

 


What is the sign of sensitive skin?


If you are having redness, itching, burning, stinging, tightness or even dryness - this means you have sensitive skin. There are many factors for your skin to change and become sensitive. Leading a hectic lifestyle and stress is some of the factors contributing to this change. I would say having sensitive skin would be unpleasant and annoying. If you have sensitive skin, don't go around using just any products to your skin. Make sure to apply suitable skincare for your skin to make it better.


Since I am a huge fan of the Hada Labo skincare series, I would recommend Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating for sensitive skin solutions. There is much range of Hada Labo skincare but Hada Labo+ is a specially formulated skincare range to target sensitive skin. 


Hada Labo+ not only soothes irritation but also protects the skin from irritation as well as helps strengthen and repair damaged skin barriers.


Hada Labo is well known for using the best ingredients for skincare. They always bring us skincare with good ingredients to improve skin conditions from the root causes and restore skin health.

Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating uses ingredients such as :

👉 Liquorice Extract - a type of herb that forms an invisible protective film at the outer skin layer to protect the skin against irritants.

👉 Ceramide to smooth, soften as well as strengthen and repair the skin barrier

👉 Bisabolol Plant Extract to calm and soothe skin irritation & redness in just 4 hours.


The most important Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Range is free of colourant, fragrance, alcohol and mineral oil. Hence, they are pH balanced and do not irritate the skin.


If you are looking to heal sensitive skin, MUST TRY the superstar Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Cream. A survey shows more than 86% of consumers claim it helps soothe skin irritation, redness and dryness in just 28 days.



Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Cream (50g) RM90


The texture of this cream is a velvety smooth that leaves the skin feeling soothed, soft and supple upon application. Other benefits :


Soothes & Protects - it contains multiple plant extracts which effectively helps to soothe and tackle 5 major sensitive skin issues such as redness, dryness, roughness, tightness and easily irritation.

7x Moisture - it contains 3 types of Ceramides, 4 types of Hyaluronic Acid and other moisturizing ingredients which instantly penetrate into the skin to lock in moisture and fully hydrate it from the surface to the inner layers for deep and long-lasting hydration.




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


I pair the cream with lotion. The lotion soothes and protects as well as provide double moisturizing to the skin. It contains Fermented Soybean extract, Trehalose which is a type of naturally occurring sugar and also other protective ingredients to effectively protect the skin, strengthen the skin barrier and promote good skin health.

Apart from that this newly formulated lotion is also infused with 2 types of concentrated Hyaluronic Acid which instantly penetrate deep into the skin to fully hydrate the skin from the inner to outer layer ensuring long-lasting hydration for the skin.


For better results, highly recommended to use the full range of the Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating skincare range. In order you can try the best skincare routine for sensitive skin :


Step 1 👉 Wash your face with Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Face Wash

Step 2 👉 Gently pat the Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Lotion until absorbed

Step 3 👉 Apply the Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Cream

Step 4 👉 Apply the Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating Cream if you have dry skin or Hydrating Milk for those with oily/ combination skin.


You can get the latest improved and new look Hada Labo+ Sensitive Hydrating range exclusively at Watsons nationwide.

        

 

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