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GATSBY White Clear Water

Release Date
Mandom Corp.
Product Type

The product has been replaced or discontinued as of 2018.


Quasi-Drug (医薬部外品) GATSBY White Clear Water is a hydrating men’s Japanese watery lotion that targets dark spots and acne.

The hydrating toner is medicated with stable vitamin C derivative to fade and prevent dark spots and freckles. It also features dipotassium glycyrrhizate and hyaluronic acid to reduce redness, inflammation and roughness.

It hydrates skin while working to treat and prevent acne and discolouration for clearer, brighter skin.

Aqua Citrus Fragrance


Gently pat a 500-yen coin-sized amount to face after cleansing or shaving.


Active(s): Ascorbyl Glucoside & Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate.

Other Ingredients: Water,, alcohol,, methyl gluceth-10,, PPG-10 methyl glucose ether,, PEG-75,, glycerin,, do.not.copy,, glycosyl trehalose,, hydrogenated starch hydrosalate,, sodium hyaluronate,, potassium hydroxide,, PEG-60 hydrogenated castor oil,, sodium citrate,, ethylhexylglycerin,, styrene/PVP copolymer,, etidronic acid,, menthol,, citric acid,, butylene glycol,, yogurt filtrate,, glycine soja (soybean) seed extract,, cynara scolymus (artichoke) leaf extract,, fragrance.


「ギャツビー 薬用ホワイトクリアウォーター」の有効成分:L-アスコルビン酸2-グルコシド、グリチルリチン酸ジカリウム

 その他の成分:精製水、エタノール、ポリオキシエチレンメチルグルコシド、ポリオキシプロピレンメチルグルコシド、ポリエチレングリコール4000、濃グリセリン、グリ コシルトレハロース・水添デンプン分解物混合溶液、ヒアルロン酸ナトリウム(2)、水酸化カリウム、ポリオキシエチレン硬化ヒマシ油、クエン酸ナトリウ ム、グリセリンモノ2-エチルヘキシルエーテル、ビニルピロリドン・スチレン共重合体エマルション、ヒドロキシエタンジホスホン酸液、L-メントール、ク エン酸、1.3-ブチレングリコール、ホエイ(2)、ダイズエキス、アーティチョークエキス、香料

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9 Comments on GATSBY White Clear Water [DISCONTINUED]

  1. Hi, how are you? I just recently started reading about Japanese beauty products because of their supposed lightening effect. I live in Brazil and due to the sun I have quite a few freckles and a constant tan – I am thinking of buying the Hada Labo or Sekissei Whitening line… The Orbis-U also has page on their website which shows some really dramatic effects on freckles (… Have you personally used any whitening products, and if so, is there any you could recommend? Please let me know. Thank you so much.

      • Hi, how are you? I couldn’t find any of the Hada Labo or Sekissei products that were reviewed (in the case of their Whitening line)… I know that both their lotions won a cosme award, so I’ll probably buy both lines and use one during the day and one during the night… I just hope they work! My skin looks really dull and so I hope it can start to look brighter… Sofina also has some whitening products, do you think they might also be good?

        • Specifc product names would be helpful, Hada-Labo and Sofina both have several whitening lines. I personally do not care for Sofina or Sekkisei products in general.

          The only Hada-Labo that has won an @cosme award is the Gokujyun Hyaluronic Acid Lotion, and that has no whitening properties in it.

          • Hi, how are you? Yes, I like Biore Bright Face for sun protection. I was thinking of buying the entire Hada Labo Whitening line (these:… The only reputable Japanese brands I know that have an entire line for whitening care are Sofina, Sekkisei, and Orbis-U (as well as Hada Labo)… Do you know which one has the best reviews for their whitening line in Japan? Please let me know. Thank you. Also, I saw your review for the Tonymoly Whitening serum, but it has been discontinued. Do you know of another Korean/Japanese product that has a similar effect?

            • The notion that it’s best to use the same brand/line is just marketing. I would pick and choose individual products based on your needs and budget.

  2. A shame about the alcohol in this one, that tends to be pretty harsh on my dehydrated skin. I’d really appreciate seeing some more products that contain dipotassium glycyrrhizate if that’s possible, I’m looking to incorporate this ingredient somewhere in my regimen. Thanks for maintaining this site by the way, although it is very dangerous for my wallet 😛

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