Hado Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil

6 Dec

Before I go into the test of the new Hado Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil, let us find examine the difference between the water based Hado Labo SHA Hydrating Make-up Remover and the oil based Hado Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil.

Hado Labo SHA Hydrating Make-up Remover
Water based
Removes light make up
Contains 2 types of Hyaluronic Acid to hydrate while it cleanses
Available at Watsons, Guardian, Fairprice and other major department stores at S$17.50
Hado Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil
Oil based
Removes dirt, oil and heavy makeup including waterproof mascara and eye liner
Contains Ultra Pure Olive Oils that cleanse effectively yet gentle on the skin
Contains Super Hyaluronic Acid that gives 2x more moisture than normal hyaluronic acid  
Water-soluble and does not leave any greasy residue, non-sticky and non-drying
Exclusively available at Watsons stores nationwide at S$20.90

The test:
~ Sephora Khol Pencil
~ Rimmel Glam’eyes professional liquid eye liner
~ Lancome Virtuose Precious Cells Mascara
~ Estee Lauder Pure Color Lipstick
~ Estee Lauder Brow Perfecting Brow Color
~ MAC Eye Shadow


Within the first wipe, it dissolved most of the Khor Pencil, eye liner and leaving only a slight stain of lipstick, brow color and eye shadow.


Even the most stubborn mascara disappeared within seconds!


My verdict:
♥ Remove all traces of makeup effortlessly and effectively  
♥ Non greasy and does not leave any residue after cleansing
♥ Does not clog pores and skin feel clean and smooth
♥ Extremely gentle and does not irritate my skin


For more information and product update, please check out Hado Labo Facebook here.




2 Responses to “Hado Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil”

  1. virtuos and beautiful December 6, 2011 at 2:06 pm #

    Looks great! What are the ingredients?

  2. lifelittletales December 6, 2011 at 9:44 pm #

    The key ingredients are High Purity Olive Oil and Super Hyaluronic Acid..there is no fragrance, color, oil or alcohol added in Hado Labo products ^^

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