[Review] Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk with SPF50 PA++

Friday, April 27, 2012

Ohai, super-readers!

Thanks a lot for your congratulatory note on my previous post. Dylan's so happy he's been boxing my tummy, heh heh. :)

We're going for a another scan in a few days' time! I do hope that Baby Tan is growing up well because... I haven't been gaining much weight for the past 6 months. I lost about 3kg in the first trimester because of the all-day sickness, and then I spent the past 2 months catching up on my lost weight. Despite this, please take my fats baby, Mummy here has still got LOADS to spare! :D


Today's post is on a review for Hada Labo's latest Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk (wow, really a mouthful of name isn't it? :P)

There are a lot of sunblocks in the market, but few are like Hada Labo's because this nifty sunblock doesn't just block the sun with ultra high SPF, it is also a very efficient moisturizer and make-up base!

Let's give it a try!

Opening up the bottle reveals a nozzle for the sunblock-moisturizer-make-up-base. I was already expecting the product to be very light (in terms of viscosity) because I've so many products from Hada Labo that I've been using religiously, and all of them are easily absorbed and not sticky after use.

You can click to read my take on my Hada Labo range I have at home:
1. Super Hyaluronic Acid that I'm currently using as my toner,
2. Make Up Cleansing Oil - this one emulsifies really well. I'm using the oil-based one
3. AHA+BHA Exfoliating Scrub - non-sponsored! I swear by this scrub & I'm on my 3rd bottle already!
4. Retinol Lifting and Firming Lotion - this is a wrinkles-buster, but slightly thicker in viscosity as compared to the rest of the range.

Initially when I found out that I was pregnant with Baby Tan, I became obsessed with the chemicals I was exposing him to, through my skincare products. As you know, I spam on facial masks, lotions and what-have-yous. Imagine the shock when I realized that excessive Vitamin A in the retinol form could actually cause birth defects!

But thank goodness, I read more into it and realized that if I use them sparingly like 3 times a week or so, it is perfectly fine. :) So don't worry about it if you're preggy like me!

You can read this site for more information. BabyCenter is my best friend for the moment. :P


Okay, back to the new Moisturizing UV Milk.

As you can see, the texture is really liquidy, so it gets absorbed very quickly. While this looks white when squeezed out, this make up base is non-tinted and finishes transparent.

In all, as a make-up base, this Moisturizing UV Milk actually smoothens the skin surface so that foundation can easily glide on without much smudging.

It actually gives a brighter skin surface too!

Like any other Hada Labo product, this sunblock-moisturizer-make-up-base is free from fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol and colorant. It costs $19.90 and is sold exclusively at Watsons.

You can also visit Hada Labo's Facebook page to redeem free samples! :)

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