(Sponsored Review) Say Bye-Bye to Panda eyes and Make-up residue – Hada Labo Cleansing Oil

After 8 months battle with all the awful acne, i can finally say good-bye to my medication..

No more dry lips and skin….
Although my skin is much clearer and smoother now, i cannot take things for granted..
Daily skin maintenance is very important to prevent my nightmare from coming back!!
As i have to pile on make-up on a daily basis, proper removal of make-up is a MUST in order to allow my skin to breathe…
Not only that, i must ensure that there’s no make-up residue left behind to prevent any dirt from accumulating in my pores….

Thanks to Thesamplestore and Hada Labo, i’m now making the first step to better skin maintenance..

Introducing the all new New Hada Labo Cleansing Oil with High Purity Oliver Oil

Its gentle formula with no unnecessary additives (No fragrance, color, oil, alcohol) has Superior Cleansing abilities with Ultra Pure Oil which removes all water-proof make up.

If you wish to remove lighter make up or don’t like oil cleanser, Hada labo also has another hydrating make-up removal which is water-based. It contains two types of Hyaluronic Acid, normal and Super Hyalronic Acid to hydrates and cleanse.

Let’s put it to the test!!!

Pump it once.

Applying the cleansing oil only on one side of my face (left side)
(i need a clean hand to take the pictures. haha)

Massaging the cleansing oil on the left side of my face

Allow Emulsion in order to further melt away your make-up residue


Tadah!! Clean skin!~
(Argghh! My untidy brows!)

My Verdict

As compared to other oil cleanser that i have tried, this oil cleanser doesn’t feel as oily and it is fragrance free…
One pump is sufficient to remove all the make-up on one side of my face.. Texture wise – it is not too runny so you will have cleansing oil dripping all over your hands… My eye-make up are mostly water-proof as i have very oily eyelids but this oil cleanser melts it away effortlessly.. Some cleansing oil will give me panda eyes as my eyeliner / mascara are not removed thoroughly (despite intensive rubbing) -_-

Best of all, there’s no oily film left behind and my skin really feels soft after usage. No sight of adverse reactions (Note: clogged pores and pimples) after using it for 2-3 times…

Where to Buy?

The Hada Labo Hydrating cleansing oil is priced at $29.90 and will be available at Watson (Exclusively) from 1st November onwards.

The Hada Labo SHA Hydrating Make-up remover is priced at $17.90 and will be available at Watsons, Guardian, Fairprice and other major departmental stores

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