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Rohto Hadalabo Gokujyn Hyaluronic Acid Lotion (Moist) - 170ml (japan import)

by Rohto
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • Face Serum
  • Size:170ml
  • New
  • Bottled
  • No Aroma Chemical No Pigment No Alcohol No Mineral Oil Subacidity Hypoallergic

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Product Description

Face Serum Size:170ml New Bottled No Aroma Chemical No Pigment No Alcohol No Mineral Oil Subacidity Hypoallergic


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4.0 out of 5 stars Lotion in Japan = Toner in Canada/US April 4 2014
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Great product, especially when used as a "lotion mask". If you researched the product, you would know that "lotions" in Japan are the equivalent of "toners" here. I take three drops and pat them on my face until the stickiness dissipates (no need for cotton pads). I use after cleansing, but you can also use after applying serum. It's moisturizing and I might be able to use this alone in place of a moisturizer in the summer under my sunscreen (I have oily/sensitive skin). My favourite way to use this is in a "lotion mask". I recommend looking up lotion masks on youtube for demonstration purposes.
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2.0 out of 5 stars I got a wrong product today. Oct. 15 2013
By Wendy O
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I thought I ordered a lotion, but I got a toner, and the bottle isn't match the photo as display. disappoint on this purchased
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars  76 reviews
93 of 99 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yes, it's a cult item, but do you know how to use it? Hint: Law of Osmosis + Chizu Saeki's Lotion Mask technique Oct. 8 2013
By nycgirl - Published on Amazon.com
Yes, this is a must-have item. But what's the japanese secret to using it? LOTION MASKS. If you haven't read Chizu Saeki's book on japanese anti-aging skincare techniques, get thee over to that Amazon page now and put it in your cart! Otherwise, you're not getting full use out of this wondrous liquid.

Lotion masks are thin cotton pads that you saturate with the Hada Labo and leave on your face for 3-5 minutes (same thing as sheet masks but more economical). By the law of osmosis, the moist hyaluronic acid soaks into the dry skin when it has a chance to be wetter, longer, in contact with the dermis.

See, if your skin is dry, simply applying the lotion doesn't allow it to fully penetrate. it's like spraying a paper towel with water. What happens? it evaporates and gets even drier or crunchier. Now, if you put a wet sponge onto a paper towel, the towel gets more saturated and fully soaked with moisture. Same theory with the lotion masks.

To properly use this lotion, do what thousands of Japanese and Asian women do with this product: peel cotton pads into thin layers, saturate, then let sit on skin for 3-5 minutes. You will see a VAST difference in plumping + hydration with this synergistic technique vs. just applying the product on your face.
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I definitely made a fantastic purchase! Nov. 9 2013
By Truth - Published on Amazon.com
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This stuff is great! First off, if you're going to buy this, let me make something clear about this being called a lotion: It is not the Western definition of lotion. It's not like a cream you put on your face to moisturize. This is more of a moisturizing TONER but the Japanese refer to such products as lotions. So do NOT use this by itself. It is to be used BEFORE you place your actual designated moisturizer onto your skin.

The consistency of this liquid is like a very slightly viscous liquid- a slightly gooey/sticky water but far more like water with that slight viscosity to it. It is scentless and contains 3 types of hyaluronic acids meant to penetrate and moisturize your epidermis and dermis(I believe this is just the brand embellishing the efficacy of the lotion but it for sure is a great product) while also keeping a healthy level of moisture donated to your skin by the present atmosphere. From what I saw in the HadaLabo direction video for English-speakers, you are to use it after cleansing and drying your face, pour a bit on your palm (I use three drops. A little goes a long way!) and smooth it on your face and pat pat pat your skin. It will begin to feel sticky, but keep patting until your skin has completely absorbed it- then you can use your actual moisturizer.

I use the Cetaphil moisturizing cream as my moisturizer of choice and although that did a great job of moisturizing, I must say its moisturizing is far more improved with this lotion. I'm not even a usual sufferer of dry skin but I can feel and see my skin looking better every day with the use of this product.

And if you're a reader and follower of Chizu Saeki's The Japanese Skincare Revolution, this stuff is perfect for moisture masks! I like to use a bit of this lotion and a pinch of L-ascorbic acid and my skin looks and feels refreshed!

One more thing, there is a newer version of this lotion. The seller I chose, sea-trade, sent me not the version pictured above, but instead the newer version which should be in the box that says "There is a newer version of this item." I'm not sure if all sellers are sending the new version, but honestly, I believe it's the same product in just prettier packaging and the product is all around fantastic. It has earned its five stars and done as advertised!
26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This product is a hit in Japan - and for good reason! Sept. 1 2012
By Clark W. - Published on Amazon.com
I ran across Rohto Hadalabo Gokujyn Hyaluronic Acid Lotion when I was in Japan in the spring of 2012, and I'm so glad I did. First of all, the line was introduced in 2010 and became an immediate success. The label states that one bottle is sold every four seconds (in Japan), and my only complaint is that it's not readily available in the U.S.

There's no alcohol or mineral oil, no artificial colors, either. The full list of ingredients is as follows: Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, PPG-10 Methyl Glucose Ether, Disodium Succinate, Methyl Paraben, Sodium Hyaluronate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Succinic Acid, Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate.

It really hydrates my skin, makes it feel nice and soft. Plus the packaging is so great, very appealing to either sex. Even people who cannot read Japanese characters can appreciate the look of this product, very cool!
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great when you use it correctly Jan. 20 2014
By American in Tokyo - Published on Amazon.com
I live in Japan and have been using this for a few years now. It's only about $8 here in Japan so it's considered quite cheap, but it is one of the most effective drug store items I've ever used. This is super gentle and has never bothered my skin (just for reference, CeraVe hydrating cleanser burns my face.) In Japan lotions are used like moisturizing toners, you put it on after washing your face and before any anti-aging serums and face cream or western 'face lotion'.
If you don't take the time to put this on correctly it will be sticky and not absorb well.
I use it 3 ways;
1st. I use it with Chizu Saeki's lotion mask technique.
2nd. I use it on the moisturizing setting of my Hitachi Hada Crie.
3rd. This is the most normal way, I spread a few drops on my face then gently pat until it's no longer sticky.
If you use too much it will take forever to absorb and if you just try to just rub it in, it will probably remain sticky. Patting is the key to this product.
You will probably still need moisturizer after this. This works like a moisture booster not a replacement for moisturizer. This line of products in Japan has serums and moisturizers in it so this is meant to be part of a routine that usually includes about 5 steps in Japan. If you are looking for one product to replace your other skin care steps, this is not it. If you want your skin care routine to go faster, don't get this. If you don't like spending time on skin care, don't get this.
16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing product - notice changes after for days of use April 16 2012
By tebaldi - Published on Amazon.com
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I got this product since I saw review on Youtube. Something that I need to say is:

1. Always research products according to your needs.
2. Take in consideration that a good nutrition and lots of water is gonna give the product a goo kick.

I considered this since I have really dry skin. I used after cleansing my face and before my regular moisturizer. After four days, my skin was looking smoother, softer and make up looked actually good again! I noticed a changed with my regular moisturizer before but this product seems to help a LOT more. Is easy to apply and it feels thicker than water but no smell or funny "after feeling" on my face.

My complexion is more elastic, 100% recommended.
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