Did you know that there is a Black Hole in the Beauty Blogging World?  It is where all the un-blogged beauty products go.  They lie there unloved and neglected; when all they want is to be used and caressed by their owner.  Only the lucky ones get to pose in front of the camera and feature on beauty blogs!  Every time I peer into my beauty shelf looking for the next product to blog about, they all scream and shout, “Pick me!  PICK ME!”  If any beauty bloggers are reading this, please assure me that I’m not the only one who experiences this!!!  😛

Anyway, I didn’t have my usual, “Hmm, what product should I blog about today?” procrastination because it’s a reader request for a product review.  Woohoo!  It’s long overdue, I tell ya!  Many, many, many moons ago, I hauled a bunch of Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid products and promised to review them…and uh…I kinda forgot about Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moist Mist.

Hada Labo products, Hada Labo blog

What Is It?

Hada Labo SHA Moist Mist is a facial spritzer packed with nano-sized hyaluronic acid which is 1/100 of regular-sized hyaluronic acid.  It’s a great way to hydrate dry skin throughout the day and when used over make-up, it helps to make it last longer.  Like all other Hada Labo SHA products, it is free of fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol and colorant.

Why Did I Buy It?

Uh…I don’t know.  It looked kinda pretty with its simple, fuss-free packaging.  I envisaged myself using it to cool myself down during hot Summer days.

What Do I Think About It?

  • Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moist Mist has a stupidly long name but it is a pretty cool product.
  • It comes in a 45ml handbag-friendly size and it’s a great pick-me-up when you’re feeling hot and drowsy from a sunny Summer’s day.
  • When  I use it on my face, I have to hold the bottle really far away so that I get a light spritz which dries easily and doesn’t ruin my make-up if I’m wearing any.
  • I don’t just use it on my face, but I also use it on my shoulders when I’m wearing a sleeveless top because it gets exposed to the sun and burns faster than any part of my body.
  • As for helping make-up last longer…I didn’t think so…

Why Do I Like It?  

I like it because it keeps my skin hydrated and refreshed.  It doesn’t leave behind a sticky residue and it’s fragrance-free.

And it’s also fantastic for occasions when someone asks, “Do you use a facial spritzer?” and I can confidently say, “Yes, I’ve used the one by Hada Labo before.”  It’s better than when I say, “No, I don’t…” and they reply with, “Huh?  And you call yourself a beauty blogger??!!  And what did you say your blog is called again?”  And I’d whisper quietly, “…The Best Beauty Blog…” and then they’d snigger…

(And oh dear…I sound like a looney bin with beauty products which scream “Pick me!” and imaginary conversations…with myself…um…yeah…)

Would I Buy It Again?  

To be honest, no.  It’s not an everyday product for me.  I don’t give it as much love as I should.  And when I finish using it, I can probably reuse the container and fill it up with mineral water or something.  Yes, I am a cheapskate.

You can buy Hada Labo products from Sasa.com

Have you tried any Hada Labo products before?  Do you have any requests for product reviews?  And what beauty products are in your Black Hole? 

7 Comments on Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moist Mist

  1. Elisa
    27/12/2011 at 11:22 am (6 years ago)

    Haven’t seen this one before though.. but i think i prefer the lotion more.. you know the extremely popular hada labo product xD.

    • Ling
      28/12/2011 at 9:42 am (6 years ago)

      @Elisa, Oh yes, THE lotion! I bought 2 bottles of them and have only gone through half so far…

  2. Sukie
    27/12/2011 at 7:15 pm (6 years ago)

    Hello Ling! I hope you had a lovely Christmas! =)

    Sadly, Hada Labo products do not agree with my skin as I suspect Hyaluronic Acid breaks me out. The only facial spritzers I use are the Avene and Vichy ones as they help absorb serums better, in my opinion xxx

    • Ling
      28/12/2011 at 9:44 am (6 years ago)

      @Sukie, I did have a lovely Christmas. Did you, Sukie?

      And what…??!!! No! Breakouts suck!!!!!!!

  3. Mimi
    28/12/2011 at 11:08 am (6 years ago)

    I like their toner! You can use it as a mask too during the dry days:)

    • Ling
      12/01/2012 at 7:54 pm (6 years ago)

      @Mimi, Oh yes! I have 2 bottles of the toner for backups when 1 runs out LOL…even though I have tons and tons of products!

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