HadaLabo Gokujyun Moisturizing Cream Review

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So your dry skin is sucking the youth right out of your skin? You need HadaLabo Gokujyun Moisturizing Cream.

It’ll restore moisture to your skin, ease dullness, and get your skin looking youthful in a single application.

Seriously, dry skin sucks and can really be a downer on youth. I really have to keep on top of my skin and keep it as moisturized as possible as it goes very dull, very quickly. The dryness just sucks the youthful glow right out of my skin.

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One step for keeping my youthful glow is most definitely hydration. Moisture, moisture, and more moisture is essential for keeping dullness at bay.

HadaLabo Gokujyun Moisturizing Cream is almost like a thicker more potent version of Hadalabo Super Hyaluronic Acid Lotion in a moisturizer format.

This is a thick, gel cream that contains a high form of Hadalabo’s own Hyaluronic Acid which helps to not only moisture skin but also aids in retaining that moisture.

The formula is quite thick with a gel-like texture that absorbs fairly easily into skin. It contains no alcohol, no fragrance, and no oil, the lack of these ingredients insure your skin is getting the best moisturizing experience without sucking more moisture from it (brands are fond of including alcohol in skincare which makes skin go drier).

This is infused with Hadalabo’s super hyaluronic acid which deeply penetrates into skin that replenishes lost moisture and allows skin to retain more moisture with a water-binding ability so skin is left smooth and supple while dullness is eased as well as flaky or dry patches.

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The formula, like the lotion, has a sticky, tacky feel (so much so your skin will stick to your hands as you apply) but within a few minutes of application the stickiness goes away and you’ll notice your skin visibly looks and feels fresher, smoother, and softer. Dullness is eased and a more youthful glow is restored to skin.

HadaLabo Gokujyun Moisturizing Cream is most definitely worth picking up for those who suffer from dry, dull skin. I just wish it had some anti-aging ingredients in the mix as well. I tend to use it on and off to restore moisture to my skin and get it glowing again.

This should be an essential product in your skincare arsensal if you suffer from dryness.

Very Muse Approved for purchase.

Although not available in the US, many retailers sell it for around $15-$20 dollars. AlphabeautyUK (I am not affiliated with this seller) is a good place to get it.

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  • 5/14/12 22:39 Paris B:

    You know what Muse, I’m not into this. I just didn’t like it and I didn’t think it did anything to help my skin. Pity really cos I still love the lotion :)

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    • 5/15/12 9:20 the Muse:

      we are reversed, I like the lotion but prefer the cream Paris ;-D

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  • 5/14/12 23:09 Serena:

    Hada labo has an anti aging line with retinol a. This anti aging line is coloured red and I think it includes a cream too. Go check it out!

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    • 5/15/12 9:19 the Muse:

      yup serena I have the line but prefer this moisturizer over the red label :)

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  • 5/15/12 14:00 Miss D:

    Do you prefer this over Dr. C Labo’s Aqua-Collagen-Gel moisturizer? I’ve been using that for a while now and like it a lot…from your description above it seems very similar to this product.

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  • 5/16/12 19:53 sheepy:

    sasa has free shipping over $29

    must resist hauling aughhh my cart is already over 50 bucks
    (wallet grows angel wings and goes to heaven)

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    • 5/17/12 16:27 the Muse:

      w00t love sasa shipping dealz!

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  • 10/5/12 0:23 Sherry:

    :O But there is a anti-ageing version of this.
    The packaging is red :D

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  • 6/14/14 13:58 Susan C.:

    Help! I want to try this line but just can’t decide between the regular moisturing or the whitening line. I do have spots that I’m fighting but it’s also summer and I try to tan a little.

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