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Beauty Inside Out with Newly Launched Hada Labo Hydrating Water Gel

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Beauty Inside Out with Newly Launched Hada Labo Hydrating Water Gel


Hada Labo Moisturiser

Have you tried the newly launched Hada Labo Hydrating Water Gel upgraded with 2 Prebiotics, 4 types of Hyaluronic Acid and Cactus Extract to strengthen the skin barrier, improve hydration and soothe and protect skin against environmental stressors?

Key features include:

Soothe & Antioxidant – infused with Cactus Extract which is rich in antioxidants to soothe skin irritation and protect skin from free-radical damage.

Repairs Skin Barrier – with 2 Prebiotics to help strengthen the skin barrier and repair dry, damaged skin for healthier and stronger skin.

Protects against Blue Light – with Carnosine to protect skin against blue light.

Hydrates and nourishes – combines 4 types of Hyaluronic Acid (3D HA, medium-size HA, Super HA & Nano HA) and Ceramide to lock, replenish and restore moisture deeply into the skin for perfectly moisturized skin.

Texture: Ultra-lightweight water gel that absorbs instantly into the skin and leaves the skin feeling fresh and hydrated.

Keynote on Hada Labo Hydrating Water Gel : 

Hada Labo Hydrating Water Gel gentle formula is free from alcohol, paraben, colourant, mineral oil, MIT & Diglycol is suitable for all skin types. It is recommended for use after cleansing and hydrating lotion to seal in moisture. 

The product is available at all major pharmacies and supermarkets, as well as e-commerce platforms.

While we are taking care of our outer beauty, let us do our part to contribute to others and bring out our inner beauty. During the 'We Care for Society' campaign, with every purchase of Hada Labo Hydrating Water Gel moisturizer from Watsons RM1 will be donated to the good cause.

Almost every year, I have been posting about Hada Labo's' We Care for Society' campaign. This year, they did it again. Now they are in its fifth year and this time the campaign has expanded to support a broader community while continuing to empower low-income women entrepreneurs.

In collaboration with Women Of Will (WOW) and Kechara Soup Kitchen Society, and supported by Watsons Malaysia, 'We Care for Society' ran throughout the month of Ramadan. Hada Labo partnered with WOW to engage a group of low-income women entrepreneurs in baking 1,000 jars of healthy cookies, supported by a RM20,000 donation. Additionally, a donation of RM30,000 was provided to the Kechara Soup Kitchen Society to prepare 2,040 meal packs for marginalised and homeless individuals and 44 bags of groceries for marginalised families. The cookies were distributed alongside the packed meals and groceries to those in need.

Lim Mei Yuen, General Manager of Rohto-Mentholatum (M) Sdn Bhd, shared that the campaign initiated 5 years ago, aimed to equip low-income women entrepreneurs with essential skills and knowledge, enabling them to achieve financial independence and support their families. Recognising the growing prevalence of poverty, Hada Labo extended its support to impoverished communities struggling to fulfil their basic necessities, particularly food.

"We are deeply appreciative of the unwavering support from the public and our partners, which has sustained this campaign for 5 years. We aim to bring comfort and joy to the underprivileged, particularly during Ramadan, when nutritional needs are heightened," said Lim.

CSR We Care Campaign

L-R: Lakshwin Muruga, Executive Director of Women Of Will (WOW), Lim Mei Yuen, General Manager of Rohto-Mentholatum (M) Sdn. Bhd. and Carrol Tan, Watsons’ Head of Trading 1 at the cheque presentation ceremony for Hada Labo’s We Care For Society 2024.

Lakshwin Muruga, Executive Director of WOW, stressed the importance of timely assistance provided to low-income women entrepreneurs, who are striving to be self-sufficient and financially independent, relying on their skills and knowledge to support themselves and their families. He emphasised that Hada Labo’s support is a significant boost for these women.

CSR Hada Labo

L-R: Justin Cheah, Marketing Director of Kechara Soup Kitchen Society, Lim Mei Yuen, General Manager of Rohto-Mentholatum (M) Sdn. Bhd. and Carrol Tan, Watsons’ Head of Trading 1 at the cheque presentation ceremony for Hada Labo’s We Care For Society 2024.

Justin Cheah, Marketing Director from Kechara Soup Kitchen Society, highlighted the escalating demand for aid in the face of economic decline. Kechara Soup Kitchen Society heavily depends on food donations to aid the needy. Therefore, the team expresses gratitude for Hada Labo’s generous sponsorship and hopes for continued corporate support in their mission.

For more information or to support future campaigns, visit or follow their Facebook page: MyHadaLabo

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