Thursday, May 3, 2012

[review] Hada Labo UV Moisturising Milk SPF50

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Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk with SPF 50 PA+++
3 in 1 Sun Protection
Offers High Sun Protection while Caring for the Skin

Though I do not own any Hada Labo products currently but I have used their samples before and I love it.
Plus, it's a Japanese brand, not being bias or what, but I tends to prefer Japanese brands over others.
1. Asians can use it with no problem
2. Their formulas always work better, somehow.

I am here to introduce you Hada Labo UV Moisturising Milk SPF50!

This multipurpose UV milk has 3-in-1 benefits :
UV Protection, Hydration and Make-up Base.

Since I was young, mum has always told me to put UV protection when I go out as the Sun rays are really very strong, all year summer in Singapore.

Thus, Hada Labo UV Moisturising Milk SPF50 helps a lot!
It's 3-in-1 so I do not have to apply three different products and thus save up money and time.
It's the same theory of using BB cream.

With SPF 50 PA+++, users can be assured of a high, broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB.  
Like other products in the brand, Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk SPF 50 PA+++ reaches deep into the skin to moisturize the skin with three types of Hyaluronic Acid.
It locks in moisture for a soft, supple and radiant skin all day. 
As a Make-up Base, cosmetics can glide easily on the smoother skin after applying it.
The light, water like texture makes it easy for an even application, and is quickly absorbed without stickiness. 
The UV milk is transparent, leaving no white residues. The UV milk is gentle on skin, as it is free of artificial ingredients such as 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 irritation.

It is suitable for daily usage on the face, neck and body.

So, kindly please remember your neck!
Some people tends to just apply it to the face area and neglect the neck.
The neck is important too!

I really like how it's not oily, and gently on the face.
Some UV lotion/milk have this oil compound in it, and your skin will feel oily after using it, and I really do not like that since my face is oil based in the first place.

Plus, it's colorless so do not worry that it will affect your make up afterwards. 
Since it acts as a moisturizer too I do not need to worry that my skin will go dry after using all my other products.

Like I said infront, it saves a lot of time just applying one coat of product instead of using various products for different use.

Hada Labo UV Moisturising Milk SPF50 is sold in Watsons store at a retail price of $19.90.

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