Sponsored Review : Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturising UV Milk with SPF50 PA+++

Over the weekend, we spent a day out at sea so I definitely needed a good sunblock and Hada Labo’s new UV Moist Emulsion was a skin saver! I still burned a little, but it’s nothing compared to how Robin is peeling all over like a snake. You know that really tight feeling when you get sun burned? I used the moisturising milk and felt so much better!

I’m usually really skeptical about moisturisers that are white cos they usually are greasy and leave a white residue so I was pleasantly surprised how quickly my skin absorbs the emulsion! Within a minute of application, it is fully absorbed into the skin leaving no residue whatsoever. Because it is not greasy, it acts as a perfect makeup base especially if you have oily skin.

The UV milk is gentle on skin and keeps the skin’s pH levels balanced. It is free of artificial ingredients such as fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol & colorants that may cause irritation, especially when used on sensitive skin. This one’s definitely a YAY! xx

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Hada Labo’s Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturising UV Milk with SPF50 PA+++  is available in a 38ml bottle, priced at S$19.90. Exclusively at Watsons.

sun lovin' with sunplay!

to be honest, i’ve never been a fan of sunscreen cos i’ve always found it troublesome, period. i mean, seriously, toner, moisturiser, then we spend maybe a half hour getting all dolled up before heading out. squeezing in a minute or two to slap on sunscreen, and then having to get it all off your hands… grrrrrrrr see my point?

thesamplestore sent me two products that would possibly change my take on messy sunscreen. the first being the Super Block liquid formulation with the highest sun protection of SPF 130PA+++! (it’s the smaller of the two) it’s a white milky liquid that comes out of a “squeeze bottle”, but dries clear and is suitable for use on both face & body. it smells like most makeup bases i’ve tried, a tad.. chalky? i can’t quite figure it out but i wouldn’t worry much about the scent. it is waterproof, light & non-greasy, but i’m not sure if i’d want to use the sunscreen in addition to moisturizer before make up. it doesn’t say if it is non-comedogenic tho, so those especially with oily skin might want to think about using this on your face. this is Watson’s top selling sunscreen!

the second product would be the UV Body Mist Sunblock. i call it  “sun-salvation in a can”. this one has a light, citrusy scent which actually somewhat made me think of air freshener at first.. i haven’t been sun-burnt the past few weeks so i can’t really say if it is effective in soothing sun burnt skin. the cool sensation only lasted a split second when sprayed on… it’s not greasy, but it doesn’t exactly disappear into your skin either. but hey it’s my skin’s protection against the sun so i won’t complain too much. this one is both waterproof & sweat proof. perfect for when playing outdoor sports & taking a dip in the pool!

sunblock, in a spray can. no more messy cleanups, no time-consuming complains cos even if you’re rushing to leave home, it’s as easy as throwing the can in your bag and spraying it on when you get the chance to. suddenly, i have no excuse not to use sunscreen. :)

the Super Block SPF 130PA+++ (35g) retails for $17.20 & the UV Body Mist SPF 80PA+++(150ml) retails for $17.90

if you want to protect your skin from premature aging, spray on some Sunplay!

♥ jean