I purchased a range of Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid products a few months ago and I promised to review every product so today I give you my opinions on Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Mask. Hyaluronic acid is a popular ingredient in skin care products and it moisturises and hydrates skin, thus helps reduce wrinkles. There are no known side effects of hyaluronic acid in skin care because basically we produce ourselves in our bodies. Some dermal fillers are basically a form of hyaluronic acid.
- Sheet masks are fantastic – open only when required and very travel-friendly
- The Hada Labo SHA mask instantly felt very cool and refreshing which I credit to the foil wrapper
- Provides good coverage on my big face
- Pleasant non-fragranced smell (if that makes sense…)
- After removing the mask, my skin was moist from the essence – it took around 15-20 minutes for it to all absorb. Skin looked radiant and felt smooth as a baby’s bum. My skin has started to show fine lines of wrinkles but this plumped up my skin nicely.
- Before disposing the used sheet mask which was still moist from the essence, I rubbed it all over my legs – there’s no wastage from me 😉
- Instructions are in Japanese – I only found the above instructions after I googled it – but then again, if you are a frequent sheet mask user, then you’ll realise that they more or less have similar instructions anyway
- Not readily available in non-Asian countries
The Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid range has really impressed me with their fantastic hydrating properties for my dry sensitive skin. Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid products that I really love are the Moisturizing Lotion, Moist Essence, Cleanser (review to come shortly) and now, the Hydrating Mask. Totally recommend it!