Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid
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  • Women who believe in the hype surrounding hyaluronic acid have made Hado Labo a hip product

    • by huntermon
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      The buzz word among wrinkle-weary women and those on the wrong side of 40 is hyaluronic acid. If these women are to be believed, it is a magic potion that would erase the lines that time has chiseled on their faces. The focus of this review is Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturising Lotion which, advertisements claim, are flying off the shelves in Japan faster than you can say banzai.

      How its works: It is supposed to significantly enhance moisture retention, thereby improving hydration and filling


      up the creases and folds of the skin. How to apply: Pour a few liberal drops on your palm and rub both hands together before patting your face gently and then massaging the lotion evenly onto the skin.

      Make-up and foundation may be applied on top of the lotion. Those with ageing or dry skin can apply the lotion on their hands and forearms.

      Results: The immediate outlook is good. The skin appears soft and hydrated without the clammy feel of most oil-based moisturizing lotions and ...


      • creams.

        However, this effect is short lived. The magic wears off within 30 minutes and you revert to your unattractive self with crow’s feet and all.

        Another downside is that as the day wears on, your face may feel as if it had been bathed in oil, which is rather surprising as the product label swears on its maker’s credibility that it contains no mineral oil. A friend opined that the lotion expels the grease inherent in the skin, thereby ridding it of impurities.

        If that’s

        the way it works, then it’s a good thing. But the lardy discomfort is a definite put-off.

        Caution: Hada Labo is not for everyone, so it’s best to test it on your wrist first . A family member was allergic to it and broke out in rashes, but the red blotches hid her wrinkles so she really has little to complain about.

        The last word: Women who believe in the hype surrounding hyaluronic acid have made Hado Labo a hip product. Worth a try if you don’t mind the greasy face later in the day.




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