stop aging in its tracks!

Hada Labo introduces a new lifting & firming range consisting of 5 new products that aim to restore youthful bounciness to your skin. With 3 potent ingredients, Vitamin A Retinol, Hydrolyzed Collagen & their signature ingredient, Super Hyaluronic Acid, you can now stop skin aging in its tracks.

I’ve been using the Retinol Lifting + Firming Lotion for about two weeks now & I’m loving it. I was previously using the Super Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Lotion. They both provide intense hydration, and creates the perfect base for makeup. No more scaly dry patches, yay!

I can’t say if it really reduces fine lines & wrinkles cos i’m still in my 20s & technically those undesirables shouldn’t be on my face yet, BUT! I’m pretty sure it does what it claims to do..

The Retinol Lifting + Firming Lotion is of a slightly thicker consistency as compared to the SHA Hydrating Lotion. Notice how my skin appears significantly smoother after the lotion application? :)

But of course, if you’re not convinced, Hada Labo is more than willing to let you sample before you make a buying decision.

( click here to redeem your free sample! )

On Hada Labo’s Facebook page you will also find more information on their range of products and also tips for healthy, happy skin. They suggest patting chilled SHA moisturing lotion on the nose and cheek area to deal with large pores. Now that, I want to try.

If you’re wondering about value for money, I’m giving Hada Labo two thumbs up. You only need a drop or two for each application & the 170ml bottle will last you a pretty long time. For $25.90, what’s not to love?

Hada Labo’s Latest Lifting & Firming Range is available at all Watson’s stores.

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2 responses to “stop aging in its tracks!

  1. So I’m guessing I can’t buy this in America :(
    Asia has all the best anti-aging products. I recently went to Singapore and I love all of the youth products at Watsons and Department Stores. My aunt bought 700 dollars of Sk-II products which i absolutely loved. too and I don’t have 700 dollars for skin products.

    -Bianca at http://theinbetweengirls.wordpress.com/

    • Yea I reckon, beauty geniuses all over Japan & Korea mostly…
      They don’t have Hada Labo in the US? I could get it and ship it to you! :)

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