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November 6, 2011

Superior Cleansing with Hada Labo

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

Hada Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil, priced at $20.90 and will be available exclusively at Watsons nationwide from 1 November 2011 onwards, is formulated with high purity Olive Oil, helps to gently remove dirt, oil and heavy makeup effortlessly. It is a 1-step makeup remover that can also remove tough, water-proof mascara and eyeliner.

The 2 key ingredients are
1) High Purity Olive Oil
2) Super Hyaluronic Acid

The Ultra Pure Olive Oil ensures high performance cleansing, and yet is very gentle with no irritation to skin. Super Hyaluronic Acid gives 2X more moisture than normal hyaluronic acid, where 1g can retain12 litres of water, giving you refreshing smoothness after cleansing. It is also water soluble and does not leave any greasy residue, stickness or dryness on your face after cleansing. Faithful to HadaLabo’s ‘PERFECT X SIMPLE’ philosophy, it does not contain Mineral Oil which is harmful to the skin and clogs pores, unlike other Cleansing Oils in the market.

Hada Labo also has another Hydrating Makeup Remover, priced at $17.90 and available at Watsons, Guardian, Fairprice and other major departmental stores. It is water based to remove light makeup. It contains 2 types of Hyaluronic Acid, normal and Super Hyaluronic Acid to hydrate while it cleanses.

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 ...

Its my pleasure to be one of the first few to use Hada Labo's newly launched Hydrating Cleansing Oil. If you are a season user of cleansing oil, you would be able to differentiate the difference in texture between varies brands of cleansing oil.

Surprising to note that this new cleansing oil has a very light texture yet was tough enough to effortlessly remove even the K-Palette Real Long Lasting Eyeliner. I shall let the images do the "talking".

I would recommend the Hada Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil for ladies who uses "stubborn" makeup yet would prefer a lighter cleansing oil texture to remove their makeup. It would be ideal for acne-prone or sensitive skin type like myself too.

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