- Release Date
- 170ml Bottle/Refill
- ROHTO Pharmaceutical Co.
- Product Type
- ¥900 / ¥800
Hada-Labo Gokujyun Premium Hyaluronic Acid Lotion (also called “Hada-Labo Gokujyun Premium Hydrating Lotion“) is an ultra-hydrating Japanese watery lotion.
The extra-rich hydrating toner replenishes skin’s moisture like a serum and it is renewed to penetrate deeper and better hold onto moisture than the previous formula. This newly upgraded version features 7 types of hyaluronic acids including Hada-Labo’s smallest molecular size of hyaluronic acid yet. New anti-inflammatory fermented hyaluronic acid helps fortify the skin’s moisture barrier to keep skin looking plump and supple. Algae-derived Sacran helps skin retain moisture while protecting against drying external stimuli.
It envelopes dry to very dry skin in a veil of moisture to keep skin supple and healthy-looking throughout the day.
Ingredient(s): Alcohol-Free Fragrance-Free Hyaluronic Acid Paraben-Free Silicone-Free
Skin Type(s): Dry Skin
Water,, butylene glycol,, hydroxyethyl urea,, pentylene glycol,, PPG-50 methyl glucose ether,, dipropylene glycol,, diglycerin,, sodium hyaluronate,, hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid (nano hyaluronic acid),, sodium acetyl hyaluronate (super hyaluronic acid),, hydroxypropyltrimonium hyaluronate,, sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer (3D hyaluronic acid),, lactococcus ferment/hyaluronic acid ferment filtrate (fermented hyaluronic acid),, hydrolyzed sodium hyaluronate,, aphanothece sacrum exopolysaccharides (Sacran),, hydrogenated starch hydrolysate,, glycosyl trehalose,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, sorbitol,, triethyl citrate,, PEG-32,, carbomer,, PEG-75,, disodium succinate,, propanediol,, diethoxyethyl succinate,, potassium hydroxide,, succinic acid,, disodium EDTA,, polyquaternium-51,, caprylhydroxamic acid,, hydroxyethylcellulose,, xanthan gum,, phenoxyethanol.
Does the company give instructions about how much to apply?
Yes, an “appropriate/suitable amount” is what is said on the bottle.
so no mineral oil? I bought mine online from amazon, there were various sellers and those who listed ingredients listed mineral oil.
No mineral oil in this (or its previous formula). Maybe those sellers are confusing this product (a hydrating toner) for the milk (a moisturiser) which does contain mineral oil?
% of urea in it??
This info isn’t disclosed by the company.
Hey, curious but are they reformulating the perfect gel cream? I’m happy to see they left urea in the reformulated lotion but I’m worried they’ll get rid of my holy grail the perfect gel which has 5% urea.
The Premium line doesn’t have a product called “Perfect Gel Cream”.
When will you post the 2020 version of the regular Hada Labo lotion? Will that also be released on August 31st?
Yes, Aug 31st as well.
Maybe next week at the earliest. I need to find time to edit the posts first. I generally post products from a skincare line in reverse order so the cream will be first.
Wow! I cant wait to try this. Where did you find the image?
Most product images on my site are provided to the site by the product manufacturer in question.
Just out of curiosity, do Japanese product manufacturers know the purpose of your site (to provide English translations for JP beauty products) and purposely send you product information to for you to translate? Or do you find general press releases which are publicly published and then translate them?
Also, are Japanese companies aware of the growing popularity of JP drugstore beauty products amongst Western audience, and if so, do they actually care or have plans to do anything about it?
I’ve worked with a few companies for various projects and I maintained a relationship with them. They send me all their press releases as a courtesy. I often get not-yet-released products from them to test as well. All of which has absolutely nothing to do with my website. I don’t think any of them even know about it.
The Japanese cosmetic market is the 2nd largest in the world and it’s entirely self-sufficient — just like the music market. Most companies simply don’t care. For them, the potential gain of exporting overseas is not worth all the effort needed to sink into it when Japan alone is plenty big and very profitable already.
I see! Thank you for running and maintaining this site for so long, as it’s an invaluable resource to many of us. I’ve used your site for years, and you are the only resource I trust for English translations of JP cosmetics.
I think you’re the only beauty blogger I know of who doesn’t have sponsored posts and thinly-veiled ads, which is basically nonexistent these days!
I do sometimes wonder why you run a labor-intensive site like this with seemingly little/no profit (that was the case for many blogs several years ago but nowadays everyone seems to use it as a commercial job), but I really appreciate it nonetheless.
Thank you very much for your support, it’s always appreciated!
I personally find it hard to trust anything bloggers have to say if they do sponsored content. From my standpoint, they’ll clearly say anything a company wants them to for the right price. My reader’s trust isn’t something I want to squander or mess with. I rather stick with banners adverts and affiliate commission.