68% would repurchase
on 4/24/2019 2:08:00 PM
More reviews by slc
These hydrating sheet masks come in a packet of 30, so it's a good deal and very convenient -- you can mask as often as you like. This is supposed to be done in place of the lotion/essence step after cleansing. Even though they are all in the same pack without any dividers, it's easy to peel off one mask and open it. They are completely saturated with essence and the bag is resealable. I also put the whole packet into a ziplock bag for extra protection. I am 55 with dry skin, and these masks really hydrate my skin like crazy. I like to use a Daiso silicone mask over the sheet mask, which keeps the moisture from evaporating, letting you leave the mask on longer and also allowing you to move around without the mask falling off. My skin is super hydrated afterward. Love these masks!
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on 4/24/2019 1:17:00 PM
OMG!!! Holy Grail!!! I have never used a product like this. I bought this because I am always working on keeping my melasma and sun damage spots down and I haven't tried tranexamic acid yet. But the first benefit I got was amazing hydration from the inside of my skin! I have the watery lotion, and I patted it into my skin and within 2 minutes of the first use my skin plumped up (no plumping products have ever actually plumped me before) and my skin looked and felt different. It suddenly went from dry and dehydrated to normal -- and with no oily feel, nothing on the surface. I topped it off with my regular products, but I only have to use the smallest amount of my serums/creams now. I've been using twice a day (at least) and after one week I feel like I've knocked at least 5 years off of my face. After 4 days I started to see a difference in my brown spots. I put it on the back of my hands too, and the brown spots there have faded as well. It's too early to tell how much lightening I will get, but I'll write back and edit after a few months. No wonder this stuff is such a hit in Asia. I am no obsessed with Hada Labo and can't wait to try other products. I've used the 3D sheet masks several times, and they are amazing!
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on 4/22/2019 9:20:00 PM
More reviews by Shizuku2
My favorite cleanser. I do a double cleanse (oil first, then a hydrating one to follow). I have sensitive skin, and some oil cleansers i've tried contain rosemary oil extract, which irritates my skin and causes redness/itchiness, those being: DHC Deep Cleansing Oil, Burt's Bees Cleansing Oil with Coconut and Argan Oils, Neutrogena Ultra-light Cleansing Oil. The Face Shop Rice Water Bright Cleansing Rich Oil doesn't contain rosemary oil extract, but it does have fragrance and the smell was overpowering (the Burt's Bees also contains "natural" fragrance which is also overpowering). This has no fragrance whatsoever. This oil completely removes all my water resistant sunscreen/foundation/primer/powder/blush etc (i use a seperate cleanser for my eye makeup; haven't actually tried this on my eyes) and doesn't irritate my skin in the slightest. It can be bought several places on the internet (i buy mine from Amazon), but as it usually comes from Japan, can take awhile to arrive (i just order weeks in advance before i run out, plus i buy several bottles at a time). It's relatively inexpensive (6.8 ounces for around $14), and have used many bottles and will continue to use it.
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on 4/14/2019 4:14:00 PM
More reviews by joy2uandme
Talk about a do nothing eye cream--this is it. Actually made my eye area drier and caused irritation and bloodshot eyes. Doesn't matter if it's cheap if it doesn't work as intended.
on 4/8/2019 6:17:00 PM
More reviews by Henriettas
While I generally speak highly of this toner and find it effective, I find myself reaching for others quite often. I do suspect that my skin does not like this in large quantities, which is problematic as I seldom apply just one layer of toner. I tend to get tiny red spots when I do, not many enough for it to be truly noticeable, but enough for me to find them annoying.
The Hada Labo toner is in no way a bad product. It’s wonderful, especially when you consider the price. It’s definitely worth trying, if you can buy it without having to pay for fees and duties. Otherwise, it’s not worth the hassle — it’s cult, but it’s not unique.
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