NEW Hada Labo Cleansing Oil with High Purity Olive Oil


Hada Labo, one of the popular skincare brands in Japan, has recently launched their latest makeup remover product in Singapore and it is the Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Cleansing Oil with High Purity Olive Oil.

This new cleansing oil is formulated with 2 key ingredients – high purity Olive Oil and Super Hyaluronic Acid. The ultra pure Olive Oil gently remove dirt, oil and heavy makeup effortlessly and it is a 1-step makeup remover that can also remove tough, waterproof mascara and eye liner. Super Hyaluronic Acid gives 2X more moisture than normal hyaluronic acid, where 1g can retain litres of water, giving you refreshing smoothness after cleansing.

Committing to Hada Labo’s ‘PERFECT X SIMPLE’ philosophy, it does not contain mineral oil which is harmful to the skin and clogs pores, unlike other Cleansing Oils in the market. It is FREE of fragrance, color, mineral oil and alcohol.

Btw, Hada Labo also has another Hydrating Make-up Remover in the range that is water-based to remove light make-up. It contains 2 types of Hyaluronic Acid, normal and Super Hyaluronic Acid to hydrate while it cleanses.

The new Hada Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil is priced at S$20.90 and is available exclusively at Watsons nationwide from 1 November 2011 onwards. The Hada Labo SHA Hydrating Make-up Remover is priced at S$17.90 and available at Watsons, Guardian, FairPrice and other major departmental stores.



I was actually quite excited upon receiving a bottle of the new Hada Labo Cleansing Oil 2 weeks ago from The Sample Store.

This water-soluble olive oil formulated cleansing oil is quite watery actually and it doesn’t leave any greasy residue, stickiness or dryness on my skin after cleansing. It’s so gentle that is extremely suitable for my sensitive skin.

Using this new cleansing oil, I find it pretty easy to remove eyeshadow and eye liner but for mascara, I have to put in extra effort yet gently in order to thoroughly cleanse away the mascara from my delicate eyelashes though.

Here’s a hand demo. After a quick rubbing with the cleansing oil, I noticed the area with mascara still remains unclean but the rest of the makeup is effortlessly removed. And I have to further rub my hand a little while more with mild pressure in order to fully cleanse away the mascara stain. After rinsing with water, my skin feels clean and smooth without leaving a tight feeling at all.

All-in-all, this gentle Hada Labo Cleansing Oil thoroughly cleanses away the overall makeup pretty well except it doesn’t cleanse off the mascara that easily. What I like about this product is that it doesn’t leave any greasy residue or dryness on my sensitive skin.



The new Hada Labo Hydrating Cleansing Oil is priced at S$20.90 and is exclusively available at Watsons nationwide from 1 November 2011 onwards.

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2 Comments on "NEW Hada Labo Cleansing Oil with High Purity Olive Oil"

  1. Coraline says:

    May I know if this cleansing oil contain parabens as preservative ingredient? Where is it made from?
    Many thanks in advanced ^^

  2. Shirleen says:

    Hi Coraline,

    This cleansing oil does not contain paraben and it’s made in Japan.

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