Review of the Han Skincare Cosmetics Concealer | Clean and Green Beauty Guide

Han Skin Care Cosmetics Concealer in Fair Light

Han Skin Care Cosmetics Concealer- $18.00:

Here’s the quick SCORECARD breakdown. Each question is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, 5being the best:

1. How do the ingredients look? What’s inside?- There's one ingredient that has evidence linking it to be a potential human skin allergen, but depends on the percentage used in the product. Also, there's coconut oil which may bother some. But other than that, looking good!

2. How's coverage?- 4: It's a thicker formula and a very small amount goes a LONG way! Covers up dark circles for sure. I'd say patting and . pressing it in worked the best in terms of application. It feels like it won't spread evenly at first, but it gets there. This isn't your silky, swipe-on formula. But it does provide a strong, medium to full coverage.

3. Does skin still look like skin?- 3: Under the eye, it brightened and gave a fuller-coverage look. Setting was key. Elsewhere else, specifically my chin, it caught a bit on dry skin.

4. Is it non-irritating?- 4: No problem here for me, however, there is tocopheryl acetate which, according to and Cosmetic Ingredient Review Assessments, shows strong evidence of being a human allergen.

5. Does it blend and build well?- 3: It built well under the eye on top of lightly moisturized skin. It's heavier so it may crease if you have oily skin and could sit in fine lines. You could try setting it, but it could get tricky. When covering up scaring, it sat on top and didn't soak in well to give that flawless look.

6. Is the shade range inclusive? 2- Five shades is a good start, but I’d love to see a more inclusive offering here.

7. Is this a consciously-created product? 3- Cruelty-free, made with a percentage of organic ingredients and no silicones, check check and check. In terms of sustainability re: packaging, etc. it’s not quite there yet. See what the brand said below…Heads up: they will take returns for recycling needs! A step in the right direction.





  • It’s definitely a heavier concealer that provides solid medium to full coverage

  • Texture is a bit tacky at first, but it will blend out on a moisturized under eye area

  • It may settle into fine lines unless lightly set

  • OH and there’s coconut oil! Some skin types can’t take it

  • Other concealers I’d recommend for fuller coverage:

    Fitglow Beauty Conceal *links to video review. SHOP HERE

    Hynt Duet Perfecting Concealer *links to video review. SHOP HERE


These were the not-so-great ingredients that didn’t pass the Rule of 3. Click below to find out all the details. Keep in mind, the percentage of these ingredients in the products MATTERS! I rarely take ‘scary’ scores on EWG at face value these days, and always ask the brand about to clarify if I’m concerned. Works like a charm! See their response.


“Our plastic components (compacts, plastic tubes, illuminator jars) are made of polypropylene which is a recyclable plastic that can be less straightforward to recycle. We understand that for some customers it can be less convenient to send products our way or go out of their way to drop off at a Credo. We would recommend that customers first find out whether their city can pick up polypropylene during curbside pickup - Otherwise, we would recommend finding either special recycling areas the municipality offers to recycle plastics or other programs (Whole Foods select locations may be able to as well). We are also happy to take any HAN plastic components in for recycling in smaller quantities. We only request the 7 be sent at once to qualify for the lip gloss/eyeshadow reward. All of our components are 100% recyclable - paper and plastic and all. Similar to the above response, the plastics require a bit more research to make sure they're properly recycled. Some of our paper is made from recyclable material, majority is net-new.”

Swatch time! Color: Fair Light, IG @thestyleshaker

Swatch time! Color: Fair Light, IG @thestyleshaker



I pull these directly from the site. You’d be shocked at how many product pages have misspellings so if you see one, you’ll know why! I didn’t catch it. Neither did the retailer. Funsies!

  • Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil-2, fair

  • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride- 1, limited

  • Oleic/Linoleic/Linolenic Polyglycerides- 1, none

  • Stearalkonium Hectorite - 1, none

  • Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oi- 1, fair

  • Jojoba Esters- 1, limited

  • Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Wax— 1, limited

  • Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit- 1, limited

  • Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Oil- 1, fair

  • Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil- 1, fair

  • Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil- 1, limited

  • Tocopheryl acetate- 3, fair

  • Propylene Carbonate- 1. limited

  • Polyglycerin-3- 1, limited

  • Acacia Decurrens Flower Wax- 1, none

  • Aloe (Oil) Barbadensis Leaf Extract- 1-3, limited

  • Ascorbyl Palmitate- 1, limited

  • Lavender Bulgaria Oil- 1, limited

  • marula oil- 1, none

  • Coffea Arabica Leaf/Seed Extract- 1, limited

  • Citrus Limon (Lemon) Peel Powder- 1, none

  • Titanium Dioxide- 1 to 3, good

CURIOUS ABOUT WHO IS REVIEWING ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS? Good question. Moi. Check out my skin profile here.



Every product is honestly rated using TheStyleShaker SCORECARD system to keep things as objective as possible. To learn more about my “Rule of 3” CLICK HERE. This post may contain affiliate/referral links, but all views are my own. No one is paying me to say any of this. Read the complete disclosure here. Product information and EWG ratings may change along with the brands and the formulas they use. Click through the applicable links to get the most up to date information :)