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Review: Hada Labo Arbutin Whitening Lotion

Hada Labo's skincare philosophy:
Perfect x Simple
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Hada Labo’s Arbutin Whitening Range stays true to its brand philosophy by using the only finest and purest ingredients without any unnecessary additives, colorant, alcohol, fragrance and mineral oils. This range gives users 3 benefits in just one step. Unlike most moisturizer that only helps to retain moisture, Hada Labo Arbutin Whitening Lotion give fairer, moist and brighter skin.
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The solution is slightly cloudy and has a lightweight texture which is easily absorbed when you pat it onto your skin. It can be used twice a day, morning and night, after you've applied your toner. I love waking up to soft moisturized skin every morning; this works especially well in air conditioned rooms, keeping my skin's moisture and not having to worry about dry flaking skin!

A single bottle with 170ml of precious lotion can last you for at least 6 months. I'm sharing one with my sister and after 6 months there's 1/4 of the bottle left. It's really value for money and works well at brightening our skin while keeping it moisturized. My sister couldn't stop using mine :)

Still wondering if this will suit you? No worries! You can redeem a FREE 20ml travel size bottle of Hada Labo Arbutin Whitening Lotion from Hada Labo(sg) Facebook page ( Grab them while stock lasts! ^^

*You can get Hada Labo products at Watsons, Guardian, Sasa, Fairprice, Unity and other departmental stores nationwide too!


  1. hii, i wanna ask something wheater if i've applied HL Lotion may i use Bb cream again after it ? thanks

    1. Hi :)
      Yes you can! You can apply bb cream/makeup as per normal after using this :)


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