Review: Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing (2022)

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Hi everyone, today I will review Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare. One of my favorite skincare products. Let’s find out why this is so.

Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing Overview

Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare - Cleansing
Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing

I discovered Hada Nature during my last trip to Taiwan. It was all over the shelf in Cosme Japan, Cosmed, and even Watson’s outlets! It claims to be the number one best-selling cleansing pack in Japan, and I also overheard people recommending the product to their friends. The price was not cheap though. A bottle is retailed at about NTD1,200 or RM150-160. However, I decided to pick it up since I happened to need a cleansing pack and that I cannot resist anything carbonated.

Below are my review after using the Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing for a good two months now!

Review Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing

the light yellowish green Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare - Cleansing for normal cleaning
the light yellowish green Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing for normal cleansing

Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing comes in two variety, the light yellowish green one for normal cleansing and the light brown for warmer deep-cleanse. The one I have here is the light yellowish green one for normal cleansing.

The Hada Nature cleansing pack is essentially a deep-pores cleansing and make-up removing mask in one. It is rich in hyaluronic acid, nano collagen and placenta. You can use it to remove your makeup, take off grime, and deep-cleanse your skin. With that said, you don’t need double cleansing as this alone will take care of your makeup and dust on your face in one go.

To use, you just shake the container well, and dispense a medium pingpong size product onto your palm. Gently massage the bubbles all over your face and then rinse it off with lukewarm water after 2-3 minutes.

Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare - Cleansing will turn into serum after melting, and then sinks into your skin to do its magic
Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing will turn into serum after melting, and then sinks into your skin to do its magic

The product will turn into serum after melting, and then sinks into your skin to do its magic. Meanwhile, the plant extracts, nano collagen, hyaluronic acid, and placenta all will work as a wash-off pack while the carbonic acid does it cleansing work. So this is also a cleansing and skincare products in one.

Ingredients of Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing

 

 

Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing Performance

The cleansing pack feels nice on the skin. It basically just hugs your skin gently, slowly attracting any grime and dirt on your face, without any excessive rubbing and cleansing. Your face feels clean, non-drying and comfortable after cleansing.

I think this is mainly attributable to the high carbonic acid content in here, which is 3x (3,500ppm) greater than normal carbonic springs (that is usually 1,000ppm) to gently dissolve unwanted dirt and grime on your skin.

After using it for 2 months, I notice that my skin is much softer and smoother, especially every time after using this product. It feels gentle on the skin, and it leaves the skin feeling comfortable, hydrated and clean over time.

Conclution

In short, I think this is a really nice cleansing pack to have. It feels super gentle, hydrated and nice on the skin, which is mainly attributable to the ingredients used like hyaluronic acid, high concentration carbonic acid, and nano collagen. I don’t need a cleanser after using this as it alone is sufficient to handle all sunscreen and the dust on my face. I won’t use this for foundation or any waterproof makeup though. For me, this works better as a deep-pore cleansing pack than a double cleanser.

As for whether or not I will repurchase, I think given its price tag (it retails for RM100+ at Japan Premium), it is quite unlikely that I will repurchase unless I couldn’t find a better alternative, despite my love for carbonated products. It is great, but it is not a ride or die for me like Krave Beauty Matcha Hemp Hydrating Cleanser or Belif Aqua Bomb that I will keep repurchasing every time.

Thanks for reading my review about Hada Nature Carbonated Skincare – Cleansing. Look forward to reading my next article about review Becca Ever Matte Shine Proof Foundation.

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Madison Elliott
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