Sana Hadanomy Aqua Placenta Mist Review
You probably remember my love of Sana’s Hadanomy Collection from last year. This year, Sana has introduced a new selection of these hydrating skincare products with a new formula.
I’m unsure exactly what sort of placenta is involved in the making of the Hadanomy Aqua Placenta Collection. The placenta is marine derived which according to a few sites is actually from the Hokkaido Salmon. Kinda sorta skeptical how much placenta actually goes into the makings of products like this though!
Either way Sana Hadanomy Aqua Placenta Moisturizing Lotion Mist quickly made it onto my must buy list.
Take a look!
Much like the original Hadanomy Collagen Mist this is a highly moisturizing mist although I will say it is somewhat less moisturizing than the original pink series.
The Aqua Placenta portion of the formula supposedly contains great anti-aging benefits however, since I’ve only been using it a few short months I couldn’t say whether or not it is aiding me in this area.
Unlike a traditional mist this has a thicker almost essence texture to it. It’s not terribly watery but isn’t so thick that it lays uncomfortably on skin. It is highly moisturizing for a mist which is very impressive considering many mists just cool, refresh, or prep but this actually benefits drier skin and adds extra moisture to skin after application.
It promises to treat and heal dry skin, lighten skin, plus proves anti-aging benefits. I’m a little doubtful on all this considering it is a water based product.
Supposedly the original pink series contains 1000mg of collagen and the Aqua Placenta Collection also includes the same amount however, collagen can’t technically be absorbed into the skin so again it’s a little iffy with the claims here particularly since this is a simple mist.
It hydrates beautifully (although I recommend the pink series mist for the best moisture benefits) and contains three types of Hyaluronic Acids which help to retain that moisture as well as Glycerin for added moisture. Acerola Berry Extract and honey add translucency to skin which aids in easing dullness. It’s mineral oil free.
If you already own the pink series I recommend the Aqua Placenta Mist if you desire something a little lighter. This offers a quick hydrating boost to skin to prep for skincare and/or makeup. It’ll prove hydrating enough for some that you can skip moisturizing and head right on to sun protection. I loved the original Sana Hadanomy Collection and so far I’m liking the Aqua Placenta Collection just as well.
If you’ve always wanted MORE from your facial mist I highly suggest checking this out.
I got mine at webichi.com which has the entire collection available for close to retail prices.
This product was purchased
by the Muse for review purposes.
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