What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Hada Labo Tokyo Hydrating Facial Cleanser, 3.5 FL OZ – with Hyaluronic Acid, creamy and non-drying, free from fragrance, parabens, alcohol, mineral oil, dyes?

A total of 8 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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13th Jan 2017

It is the American sub-company of Hada Labo, so US sellers should be fine. I think I found it on Amazon too? here it is

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31st Jan 2017

I have used their Foaming cleanser before and liked it, unless you’re suggesting this one?

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11th Aug 2016

I used Habo Labo Gentle Foaming Cleanser (but I was running out, so that’s why I bought a new cleanser). I have normal skin and it’s worked for me (but I don’t wear makeup, so I can’t say how well it removes leftover makeup)

I bought it back in September of last year and there’s still some left, so it’s lasted me a while.


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7th Dec 2015

Hada Labo: Hydrating Facial Cleanser

CeraVe makes my skin pink and burns even when nothing else stings and my face isnt that dry.

They have a hyaluronic toner that helps anything you apply over to absorb faster.

Hada Labo has a few other products I think they have a standard face lotion. Now the foaming cleanser is a little drying I find.


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31st May 2015

Bar soap sound so bad for your skin… I’d hate to recommend something though and have your skin freak out again. You’ve probably tried CeraVe foaming? That’s my go-to cleanser recommendation. Hada Labo Tokyo Hydrating Cleanser is also good.

I just worry for your skin’s moisture barrier when using high pH products! Maybe your skin is benefiting from the anti-bacterial properties of the bar soap. Maybe adding a benzoyl peroxide as an all-over treatment could help? I do that and it works wonders.

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16th Jun 2016

I have the same issues.

You listed that you do not use sunscreen, but if you wear make up, I recommend oil cleansing, that usually helps prevent your skin from over drying, or others have mentioned adding a small amount of oil to your cleanser.

You mentioned non-foaming, but I have heard others on /r/asianbeauty have recommended Hada Labo Rohto Gokujyn Hyaluronic Acid Cleansing Foam or Hada Labo Tokyo Hydrating cleanser and said these did not dry them out.

One’s that I have tried and that did not dry me out:

Foaming-ish…more like bubbles (all have a ph around 5.5):
*Eucerin Baby Wash
*Cerave Baby Wash
*Skin Fix Cleansing Oil Wash

Non-foaming/Oil Cleansers:
*Clinique Take the Day Off Cleansing Oil
*Grain Ferment Cleansing Sherbet
*Farmacy Cleansing Oil

For your CC’s, try an AHA, but I would be careful using is with tretinoin because it might really dry you out. You could use it just on the spots where you have CC’s or alternate using it with your tretinoin.

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30th Jul 2015

Suggested products that i use and work for me (search my comments for my routine/and OCM concoctions if you choose to go that route – i suggest keeping it simple at first with a cleanser/moisturizer/sunscreen).


Oils that work best with my skin:

Whatever oils you use just be sure of the quality – you don’t need the most expensive to get best quality. I’ve linked the brands i use.

Forgot Sunscreen

Misc other products iv’e used with success:

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23rd Jul 2015

My Holy grail is

The Argon oil initially looks/feels greasy but after about 10 mins it soaks in and my skin feels luxurious. It may SEEM expensive but really i use 3 drops on my face – 3 drops out of 4oz is not a lot at all.

EDIT: I also OCM – i double cleanse at night with sunflower oil as OCM and then the cleanser.