Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk SPF 50 PA+++ : 3 times the benefits!

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
SponsoredI can't stress on how important sunscreen is for our skin, especially with the weather which is so sunny here in Singapore (side note: even if its not sunny, you should also apply your sunblock because they are able to penetrate through clouds and windows). I have previously briefly covered the sunrays on a blogpost for Sunplay, so do drop by there to know a little more about UV rays.

Today, my review will be on Hada Labo's UV Milk. We've come to know Hada Labo for it's SHA lotion which is supposed to lock up 12x the moisture as compared to regualry hydraulic acid, that is sticks to the basics and doesn't add any unneccessary additives, and for it's famous tag line of "One drop locks up an ocean" so I was really excited when this product just launched, I headed to Watsons and Guardian to look for it - only to find out that it was sold out nearly everywhere so I jumped at my chance for this sponsorship LOL.
The UV milk is gentle on skin, as it is free of ar)ficial ingredients such fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol and colorant that may burden the skin. This UV milk also keeps the skin’s pH balanced, and is rigorously tested for low skin irrita)on. It is suitable for daily usage on the face, neck and body.
I have previously review their Cleansing Oil as well as have went on to buy their facial cleanser, SHA Lotion, and moisturizer - and so far none of them disappointed me at all, so I am having high expectations for this product.

It comes in a 38ml bottle and retails at Watsons for $19.90. The bottle is simple in packaging and easy to bring about. I also brought this along for my cruise trip :).

The uv milk has a slighter thicker consistency, but glides onto the skin and spreads out really easily and evenly. It also dries on the skin clear without any residue. After application, it absorbs quickly and leaves my skin feels smoother and more hydrated; because this is really hydrating, i skip my moisturizer and just replace it with this for my moisturizer, sunblock, and makeup primer.
The product doesn't have much of a scent, which will definitely be good for those with sensitive skin - but do take note that this doesn't control secretion of oil so those with oily skin might still want to add on with powder or an oil controling skincare product before applying this.

A little heads up for you girls and guys: join Hada Labo(sg) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/hadalabosg) page to participate in upcoming free sampling campaign and giveaways.

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