The packaging is nice and travel friendly, made of hard plastic with a screw on lid. The toner is watery and clear in color. It is really strongly scented which many of you already know I am not a fan of.
The toner hasn’t dried my skin out, but I do feel it is way too small amount to really say anything about the effects on my skin.
The toner is clear and has a very watery consistency and it the scent is there but it is not overpowering as some products are. I usually don’t like the scent of roses. To me it mostly smells like old woman (hmmm I know I am getting older, but still that scent to me is just a big no no). The scent of this one doesn’t bother me at all though instead I find it rather pleasant (for a rose scented product that is).
The regular lotion was one of my first Asian skincare products I bought and I have been using this type of product ever since then.
Hada Labo Gokujyun Premium Lotion has 5 different molecular weights of hyaluronic acid, this is really amazing since the different HA molecules penetrates different layers of your skin. So, if you think off your skin as layers, the smaller the molecule is the further into the skin it succeeds to penetrate. Which means that there are more layers to carry the moisture.
I received a 5 ml sample in one of my Bomibags so I will only make a first impression of it since 5 ml is way too little to say anything for sure.
I always tend to have a problem with this series, the whole series smells like sweat to me. This is the fourth product in this series and I have the same problems with all of them.