Before I start, let me show you something that really brighten up my day! Can you all guess what this is?

Sweet? Present? Muffin? Chocolates? Okay, lets have a closer look, shall we? :)

하하하하!! Its actually a brand new packaging concept that Sample Store is using now! I bet it can definitely brighten up your day/night with such an eye-catching wrapper!

So thoughtful of them to send me this little surprise! Thank you Sample Store Team once again! 감사합니다!
Okay, back to the topic, I know that I have been featuring Hada Labo's products for quite a number of times! You can find all the previous posts HERE, HERE, HERE, and many more HERE!

Actually what you have seen above are just part of my Hada Labo collection! I actually still have lots more that I have yet to featured. :P

I remembered that my very first bottle of Hada Labo Hydrating Lotion was about 2/3 years ago, and ever since then, I have been using their house of products continuously, especially their various series of hydrating lotion. :)

So today, I thought of sharing with you all another proud product of Hada Labo's -- Hada Labo SHA Hydrating Light Lotion!


Question: How is it different from Hada Labo SHA Hydrating Lotion?

Answer: Their difference lies in their texture, where the hydrating light lotion is a lighter formula that is specially catered to oily and combination skin. They still serve the same purpose.

My Review:

One of the reason why it still remains as one of my favorite hydrating lotion after so long, is simply because it is really effective! The result is instant! It does not irritate sensitive skin type (as least for me). 

It stays hydrated on my skin for hours, and is especially good if you are exposed to air-conditioned room frequently. FYI, I am already on my 3rd/4th Hada Labo hydrating lotion already! 

Here's a little photo review that I did to show you how effective the product is!

The BEFORE: (Hydrating/moisture level before applying the lotion on my hand)

After 2-3 drops of the lotion:

The AFTER: (Hydrating/moisture level of my skin after applying)

Did you all notice the HUGE difference? 

Yes, that's how hydrating and moisturizing they are! No wonder that have millions of fans raving about how fantastic the product is! :)


Ever since the last feature of my DIY whitening mask post, I have been receiving quite some feedback and requests from my readers that it actually works and hope to see more of the DIY section! So, I will be sharing another one today! :)

No time for mask, or maybe you are looking for a quick/instant hydration? Let me share with you another method that I always use in case of emergency!

All you need is just some cotton pad, Hada Labo Lotion and a bowl. The steps are just so easy! 

There are 2 ways to do so. Here's one:
  1. In a clean bowl, pour some Hada Labo Hydrating Lotion.
  2. Place a few piece of cotton pads in the bowl, and make sure it is fully soaked up.
  3. Peel the cotton pad to a few layers, the thinner the better.
  4. Apply on your face and take it off after 5 minutes.
  5. Combine all the cotton pad together and lightly pat them on your skin to maximize the effect.

Second method (Fuss-free method):

  1. Pour the Hada Labo Hydrating Lotion on a piece of cotton pad, making sure it is soaked.
  2. Peel the cotton pad into thin layers, and apply on the face.
  3. Take it off after 5 minutes, combining the cotton pad together again, lightly pad the remains from the cotton pad to your skin.
Trust me! After all this, your skin will INSTANTLY feels so much hydrated!

Retail Selling Price:

It is retailing at the price of SGD22.90 and is available at all Watsons, Guardians, selected pharmacies and supermarkets.

Fancy for some FREE SAMPLE?

You can now redeem your free sample of the Hada Labo Lotion at The Sample Store! Click HERE to redeem! While stock last!

You can also get your free sample on Hada Labo's Singapore Facebook Fan Page! HERE you go!  

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