#Review# Hada Labo SHA Moisturizing Eye Cream and Hydrating Lotion

“One drop locks an ocean” is the tagline for Hada Labo. It simply means giving deep hydration to the skin from their products.

Hada Labo products have always been well-known for its Super Hyaluronic Acid (SHA) content, providing deep hydration to the skin, maintaining the suppleness of the skin.

One of the key products is the SHA Hydrating Lotion. I have tried a few bottles previously, so far so good. The only con is that the skin feels sticky if excessive amount is poured out. I always try to keep my skin hydrated using 1-2 drops.

Fact about Hyaluronic Acid (HA): 1 gram is able to hold 6 litres of water, effectively locks-in moisture on skin.

The difference between normal Hyaluronic Acid (HA) and Super Hyaluronic Acid (SHA) is that the latter contains 2 times the moisture the former has. For this reason, Hada Labo SHA Hydrating Lotion has been in great demand in Japan: 1 sold every 2 seconds!

Recently, Hada Labo has made a slight change in the formulation in their products.

“The new Hada Labo ‘Nano’ formula penetrates deeper for a fuller hydration.”

With ‘Nano’ Hyaluronic Acid in Hada Labo products, we can now expect a greater boost in the hydrating power to the skin. The new ‘Nano’ Hyaluronic Acid molecule is said to be 1/20 the size of the normal Hyaluronic Acid’s. With this, hydrating power from the ‘Nano’ HA can penetrate deeper into the skin, while the normal HA and SHA help to hydrate the skin closer to the surface.

With the combination of Nano HA, SHA, and normal HA, Hada labo products promise a deeper and fuller hydration for the skin.

Here’s the highly raved new Hada Labo SHA Hydrating Lotion with ‘Nano’ formula.

Other than the new formula, the hydrating lotion is basically the same like before.

Texture is also the same, I still use 1-2 drops. Recommended amount from the brand is 2-3 drops, followed by clockwise and anticlockwise patting to ensure full absorption of the lotion into the skin.

There is also a new product introduced into Hada Labo products range.

Hada Labo SHA Moisturizing Eye Cream which also contains the new “Nano’ Hyaluronic Acid fomula.

Comes in a pump-bottle which I like. I don’t really like those eye creams where I have to use my fingers or a spatula to dab on. The hassle of cleaning the spatula and resulting in contaminating the eye cream.

Plus points for Hada Labo SHA Moisturizing Eye Cream:

  • 3 types of Hyaluronic Acid (Normal, Super and Nano)
  • ACITFLOW ingredient increases blood circulation, lightens dark circles and puffiness.
  • Jojoba Oil smoothens fine lines around eye area.
  • pH Balanced.
  • No fragrance, mineral oil, alcohol, colorant and animal derivatives.

How I use is take 1-2 pumps of the eye cream, using my 4th finger tip (recommended because our 4th finger asserts the least strength as compared to the rest) and dab under and around my eyes area

The eye cream feels light on the delicate skin. Skin feels less tighter than before.

I don’t see much improvements on my dark circles and puffiness. Fine lines are still visible. Hoping to see good results after finishing one bottle.

*fingers crossed*

Here’s your turn to try out the new ‘Nano’ SHA Hydrating Lotion from Hada Labo! You will just need to fill up your particulars at their facebook page HERE!

#Bestseller, 1 sold every 2 seconds in Japan.

Try it to experience “mochi-mochi” skin!

The Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing Eye Cream (15g) is now
available at all Watsons nationwide at $21.90.

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5 thoughts on “#Review# Hada Labo SHA Moisturizing Eye Cream and Hydrating Lotion

  1. The dark circles under your eyes will definitely make you self-conscious and worse, even embarrassed. The darkness of your eye area can make you seem older, tired, and more stressed than what you actually are. Everyone suffering from these dark circles are aware how big a problem they can be.

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