[Advertorial Review] Hada Labo Cleansing Oil

 I believe all of us ladies here do own at least a bottle of Makeup Remover, be it in cleansing sheets, oil form, foam and whatever you can name of.

Some of us even have few different types of makeup remover to remove different forms of makeup, and for different area. So why bothered to stock up so many different types of make up remover when we can save all these hassle with just a bottle of make up remover which will do all the tricks? ;)

I admit that I am really a lazy girl when it comes to removing of makeup. I wanted to remove my makeup fast, yet effectively, and its best if it doesn't hurt my skin with all the excessive rubbing and chemical! :)

Then, I was introduced to this makeup remover which do all the tricks! It save so much time and unwanted hassle!!


Hada Labo Cleansing Oil With High Purity Olive Oil

Main Function: 
Superior Cleansing with Ultra Pure Olive Oil (even on mascara). Very gentle, with no unnecessary additives (no fragrance, color, oil, alcohol)!

Product Information: 
Formulated with high purity Olive Oil, Hada Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil helps to gently removes dirt, oil, and heavy makeup makeup effortlessly. It is a 1-step makeup remover that can also remove tough, waterproof mascara and eyeliner.

The 2 key ingredients in this product are 1) High Purity Olive Oil and 2) Super Hyaluronic Acid. The Ultra Pure Olive Oil ensures high performance cleansing, and yet it is very gentle with no irritation to skin. Super Hyaluronic Acid gives 2X more more moisture than normal Hyaluronic Acid, where 1g can retain 12 Litres of water, giving you refreshing smoothness after cleansing!

It is also:
  • Water-soluble and does not leave any greasy residue, stickiness or dryness on your face after cleansing.
  • Does not contain Mineral Oil which is harmful to the skin and clogs pores, unlike other cleansing oils found in the market.
There is actually another Hado Labo makeup remover in this series that is actually water-based and removes light makeup too? :)

My Views: 

I have, on one of my hand, with all the makeup products namely,  Mascara, Eyebrow Pencil, Lip Liner and waterproof and smudge-proof Eyeliner respectively.

In Order to try out its effectiveness, I pumped out adequate amount of Hada Labo Cleansing Oil, which is more than enough to fully cleanse the makeup.

Next, I just gently rub in an circular motion. As what you can see over here, both the eyebrow and lip-liner has been removed. Yes, its like no effort needed to remove that! LOL
Okay, I exerted more force to remove my remaining leftover --- Both the waterproof mascara and Eyeliner. As what you can see now, all the makeup has been fully removed, and without a single residue left on the skin!
And actually, you can just finish off the cleansing step with just rinsing off with just tap water. But for my case, I'd always finish my cleansing step with facial foam to double cleanse it to really make sure that no residue is left! Haha!! But as seen on the picture above, it was been wiped away by a piece of tissue and later on, with tap water. See how effective the makeup remover is? :)

** I love how effectively this Hada Labo Cleansing Oil effectively removes even the most stubborn makeup! Its so easy and hydrating that I'd just head to my bed after removing it and rinse it with water. Its best especially after a night out and you're feeling drowsy and just feel like getting over all those painstaking long procedures of skincare etc. Okay, I'm a lazy girl. Haha! But worth the try! :) 
Price And Availability: 
The Hada Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil is priced at $20.90 and will be available exclusively at Watsons nationwide from 1 November 2011 onwards. The HadaLabo SHA Hydrating Make-­up Remover is priced at $17.90 and available at Watsons, Guardian, Fairprice and other major departmental stores.

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♥ Michelle N.황흔이♥

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