While Hada Labo Hydrating Gel is for oily to combination skin type, Hada Labo Hydrating Light Cream is for normal to dry skin. Both the Hada Labo Hydrating Light Cream and Water Gel contain Aqua Oil Volume Matrix, an advanced technology that uses 3D clusters to hold oil-in-water droplets which contains essential oil-soluble nutrients that allow deeper penetration into the skin. Upon application, the droplets instantly breaks to form a 3D moisturizing system that acts as an effective protective shield on skin to prevent moisture loss while boosting skin’s hydration level.
Essential nutrients such as Vitamin B3, Aloe Vera and other moisturizing botanical extracts are deposited where needed, so skin is nourished with breathable comfort. This light and fast-absorbing moisturiser contains 4 types of Hyaluronic Acids (HA) with different molecule size, namely Large-size HA, Medium-sized HA, Super HA and Nano HA that are powered by High Performance Penetrating and Deep Moisturizing (HPP&DM). Technology to lock, replenish and store moisture deep in the skin layer by layer.
Hada Labo Hydrating Light Cream retails at RM65.90/50g.
Product reviewed is a press sample