Review: Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk SPF 50 PA+++

On May 21, 2012 by Michelle Ng

Hello all!

 

Quite recently, I have received this Hada Labo UV Moisturizing Sunscreen Milk (thanks to Elfaine!) and have been trying this for over a week now.

This multi-purpose UV milk has 3-­in-­1 benefits:
UV Protection, Hydration, and Make-­?Up Base.

1) WithSPF50PA+++,users can be assured of a high, broad-­?spectrum protection against UVA and UVB.

2) Like other products in the brand, Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk SPF 50 PA+++ reaches deep into the skin to moisturize the skin with three types of Hyaluronic Acid. It locks in moisture for a soR, supple and radiant skin all day.

3) As a Make-­?Up Base, cosmetics can glide easily on the smoother skin aRer applying it. The light, water like texture makes it easy for an even applica)on, and is quickly absorbed without s)ckiness. The UV milk is transparent, leaving no white residues.
The UV milk is gentle on skin, as it is free of ar)ficial ingredients such fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol and colorant that may burden the skin. This UV milk also keeps the skin’s pH balanced, and is rigorously tested for low skin irrita)on.

It is suitable for daily usage on the face, neck and body.

Packaging: I like the size of the bottle. This is roughly the size of my palm and with the squeeze bottle, the product can be dispensed easily. The reason why the bottle is of a squeeze tip is because of the fluid-like texture.

Smell: This really smells like milk to me! I can really detect the milk scent, albeit not the drinkable organic milk scent.

Texture: As clearly seen in the photo below, the texture is very fluid and hence you won’t expect the application to be heavy. Once rubbed into the skin, you would feel your skin being moisturized. There is no oily or greasy feeling. The lotion get absorbed fairly fast but you would still be able to feel a little residue on your skin. Residue in a way like a moisturizer that is not yet sunk into your skin. Give it a few minutes and your skin would absorb the sunscreen fully for your next application be it foundation or even none!

Sunscreen factor: SPF50 may be too much since we only need SPF30 at least per day. And I am always iffy about wearing such a high sunscreen for the fear of having a white cast on my face. However, this sunscreen is good in a way it provides sun protection against UVA and UVB. These two are the most harmful and damaging rays to your skin.

Moisturizing factor: Yes, this does moisturize and you know how some sunscreens strip the moisture out of your skin after a long day of wear? This doesn’t and I really like this that moisturize, since I have dry skin. However on oily skin though, you might want to powder a little bit just to make sure your skin doesn’t oil up fast. This sunscreen shouldn’t make you oily that much since it is oil free and that the moisture component comes from Hyaluronic Acid. I love that this does not contain alcohol like some sunscreen does, which potentially can dry up the skin.

Will I buy this again? Yes, this is an affordable drugstore sunscreen!

The Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk SPF 50 PA+++ is available in a 38ml boXle, priced at S $19.90.

It is sold exclusively in Watsons. Hada Labo Hydrating range is sold in Watsons, Guardian, NTUC, Unity & SASA .

 


You can redeem a FREE Hada Labo SHA Lotion sample at Hada Labo(sg) Facebook by visiting this link HERE too!

 

 

Thanks for reading ~

 

4 Responses to “Review: Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing UV Milk SPF 50 PA+++”

  • I tried a couple things from HadaLabo and being enjoying them as well. But this is the first time I heard about their sunscreen, sounds like a typical Asian sunscreen tho :) milky like and lightweight formula!

    • Michelle

      I hear this sunscreen gets sold out fast! Yes, quite a typical Asian sunscreen, just like Shiseido sunscreen which is lightweight too!

  • Richie Say

    Hi Michelle, are you still using the Hada Labo UV milk? Have you been using it everyday? Did it clogged your pores or caused pimples? I got one months ago and have been using it for a few days but I noticed that I’ve been having a few more pimples than before. I don’t know if it’s just the hormones or the product itself so I just stopped using it. Too bad because I really wanted the lightweight feel of the lotion as opposed to normal sunscreens.

  • Wow, very detailed review of this Hada Labo product. I will be waiting for another review of skincare / makeup products. ^_^ Many thanks

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