[Quick Review] Hada Labo Mild Peeling Lotion

Thursday, March 06, 2014


We might know that Hada Labo products are well known for its Lotion and they’re now targeting for oily and combination skin type. If you have dull and oily skin that is prone to acne, try out their new Hada Labo’s Mild Peeling Lotion. It is effective yet gentle on the skin.

The Hada Labo Mild Peeling Lotion has a unique formulation that does not only slough away dull skin and impurities but it also stimulates cell renewal. It delicately tightens up pores to prevent clogged pores and breakouts, minimizes the appearance of fine lines and improves skin elasticity and firmness.


Besides, it also has moisturising properties that deeply hydrates the skin, providing a natural radiant and beautiful matte skin. Gluconic Acid is an ingredient used in the formulation of this lotion as a mild exfoliant to soften and remove the accumulated dead skin cells on the skin’s surface so that nutrients can be easily absorbed into the skin.


It’s just like a toner, not too concentrated and not too watery. There’s no artificial fragrance and it’s free from alcohol. It helps to exfoliate our skin’s top layer: dead skin cells and polluted substances pretty well.

I know you might freak out despite the term “peeling”, but since I have a serious skin condition, I think it’s quite okay to my skin.

Somehow, I suggest using alternate days instead of using it daily as recommended. Since it has some extra skin exfoliating benefit, I believe do it alternate days will be perfect. You may replace with your ordinary toner. Best to apply with cotton pad.

The Hada Labo Mild Peeling Lotion (170ml) is now available at all leading pharmacies nationwide retailing at RM49.90.

Ingredients
Water, Gluconic Acid, Pentylene Glycol, Butylene Glycol, Tranexamic Acid, Polyquartenium-51, Sodium Metabisulfite 

**product is given for review purposes.

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2 Comments

  1. Never heard of this brand before. This products does sound great!

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  2. Never heard of this either but sounds like it's worth a try.

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