I had finally gotten my new Sony NEX-3N in hand. Requested my colleague to buy for me when she was in Miri few days ago. Hahaha … She was a little bummed because mine was RM100 cheaper than hers when both of us were having the same brand and model. Surprisingly, white version is RM100 cheaper compared to the standard black. I actually wanted the black version but seeing that it’s RM100 cheaper with white, I decided to go with the latter just to save some bucks. Spending on Prada and Longchamp had already costed me a fortune. LOL!
As promised, here comes my review on Hada Labo Mild Peeling Face Wash.
I don’t normally buy random facial cleansers at a local supermarket ever since I started my skincare routine with both Shiseido and Kose. I find these random facial cleansers to be a little bit harsh on my skin. The reason why I bought this facial cleanser the other day was because my face was feeling and looking all dirty. And I couldn’t stand leaving it just like that until evening. So, I chose the best brand of facial cleanser which was available on the display shelf.
The texture was in the form of paste instead of liquid. It doesn’t have a overpowering scent. It smelled pretty mild to almost fragrance-less to me. Despite the texture was in the form of paste, it could lather pretty well as some of the other facial cleansers which I had previously used.
My face looked squeaky clean and complexion was brightened up when rinsed with normal tap water (we don’t have lukewarm water at workplace). But unfortunately, I could see bumps forming on my skin a while later. Another downside of the product was that it leaves my skin feeling dry a while after.
So, here’s what I think of the product in a nutshell:
2. Mildly scented to almost fragrance-less.
3. Squeaky clean.
4. Skin complexion brightened up.
1. Mild breakouts on my skin.
2. Dries up my akin.
Overall Rating: 3 out of 5
Repurchase? Definitely not!