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Hada-Labo UV Creamy Gel [DISCONTINUED]

Release Date
2012.2.8 Repackaged & Relabelled in 2013.
Size
50g
Brand
Hada-Labo
Producer
ROHTO Pharmaceutical Co.
Product Type
Sunscreen
Price
¥1,050
SPF・PA
SPF50+·PA+++(+)
UV Filter(s)
Octinoxate, Parsol SLX, Tinosorb S, Uvinul A Plus & Titanium Dioxide.

The product has been replaced or discontinued as of 2015.

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DETAILS

Hada-Labo UV Creamy Gel is a Japanese sunscreen gel that acts as a moisturiser, sunscreen, and makeup base in one. It replaces Hada-Labo UV Moist Cream that was released in 2011.

It has been relabelled to PA++++ in 2013.

The sunscreen contains 3 types of hyaluronic acid to keep skin hydrated throughout the day. It features a patent-pending micro-encapsulation technology jointly developed by Rohto and Kobe University that allows UV filters to safely protect skin but without penetrating into it.

The moisturising gel formula has a unique creamy texture that melts into the skin for a smooth, comfortable, lightweight finish.

  • For face and body.
  • Not resistant to water, sweat, or sebum.
  • Can be used as a makeup base.
  • Removable with a face wash.
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

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FULL INGREDIENTS LIST

Water,, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate,, butylene glycol,, isononyl isononanoate,, alcohol,, dimethicone,, PEG-12 dimethicone,, polysilicone-15,, lauryl methacrylate/glycol dimethacrylate crosspolymer,, bis-ethylhexyloxyphenol methoxyphenyl triazine,, sodium acetylated hyaluronate,, sodium hyaluronate,, hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid,, diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate,, polysilicone-13,, ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP copolymer,, polystyrene,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, polyvinyl alcohol,, acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer,, triethanolamine,, titanium dioxide,, silica,, hydrogen dimethicone,, aluminum hydroxide,, methylparaben,, propylparaben.

日本語 (JAPANESE)

「肌研 ヒアルロンUV クリーミージェル」の全成分:水、メトキシケイヒ酸エチルヘキシル、BG、イソノナン酸イソノニル、エタノール、ジメチコン、PEG-12ジメチコン、ポリシリコーン-15、ジメタクリル酸グリコールクロスポリマー、ビスエチルヘキシルオキシフェノールメトキシフェニルトリアジン、アセチルヒアルロン酸Na(スーパーヒアルロン酸)、ヒアルロン酸Na、加水分解ヒアルロン酸(ナノ化ヒアルロン酸)、ジエチルアミノヒドロキシベンゾイル安息香酸ヘキシル、ポリシリコーン-13、(アクリロイルジメチルタウリンアンモニウム/VP)コポリマー、ポリスチレン、ポリビニルアルコール、(アクリル酸/アクリル酸アルキル(C10-30))コポリマー、TEA、酸化チタン、シリカ、ハイドロゲンジメチコン、水酸化AL、メチルパラベン、プロピルパラベン

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9 Comments on Hada-Labo UV Creamy Gel [DISCONTINUED]

  1. Is Hada Labo UV Creamy Gel still available? I can’t read Japanese, but it looks like it might be pictured here:

    http://www.hadalabo.jp/products/uv

    However, Hada Labo’s website only appears to have info on Hada Labo koi gokujyun Perfect UV Gel (and the tinted version), which appears to be similar to Hada Labo UV Creamy Gel based on the ingredients. Has anyone tried both?

    • It’s not officially discontinued yet, but it is getting phased out. I wouldn’t bother trying it (if you haven’t), as it’s most likely going to be completely off the market by next year the latest!

      • I have tried Hada Labo UV Creamy Gel, and I quite like it! I think it’s a great alternative to higher PPD European sunscreens for incidental exposure or if I’m getting my photo taken (Tinosorb M flashes white in pics). I’d never have known about it were it not for you, so thank you so much for all the time you’ve dedicated to this great website! 🙂

        Now I just have to figure out how to buy it online (my sister bought it for me in Japan). :/ I also plan to buy Hada Labo Perfect UV Gel, which looks similar.

        btw, do you happen to know if there are any Japanese tinted lip balms (or lipsticks) with ZnO and/or TiO2 as the only UV filters? thanks 🙂

  2. The ingredients include diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate which Uvinul A Plus. Why isn’t Uvinul A Plus in the UV Filters list?

    • Yes, but in Japanese new releases only.

      The technology isn’t really “new” as it is used in Rohto’s Orezo line for a few years already.

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