I happen to be a complete facial mist junkie and I’m pretty sure Lady Cassandra is one too. I admit I do imitate Cassandra’s British accent and mutter a haughty “Moisturize me, Moisturize Me!” as I spritz myself with my favorite facial mist. What I’m easily amused, sue me.
Facial mists come and go through my life like my very favorite JuJu Cosmetics White Peach Skin Whitening Mist which I have to restock up on soon! But for the most part I come back to two very important facial mists again and again and again because they never fail me.
Sana Hadanomy Aqua Placenta Moisture Cleansing Foam Wash is my newest cleanser obsession. I have this thing for foaming cleansers. I’m not really sure where the obsession stems from but I find foaming cleaners so damn fun. We really don’t have a ton of foaming cleansers in the US but Japan and much of Asia embraces them wholeheartedly.
One of the first foaming cleanser loves was Kose Airy Whip. To this day I still use and love it with all my heart! But I’m willing to cheat on it sometimes!
Sana actually just introduced their Aqua Placenta Collection, much of it I reviewed for you already! However, this cleanser just passed by my desk recently and I def had to try it out for size.
If you have super dry skin and need a boost in moisture I highly suggest snatching this one up. I find the pink label is very hydrating but if possible this is even more moisturizing. You might want to indulge in the pink for AM use and the Aqua Placenta formula for PM use and nightly moisture replenishment.
As you know from my prior posts I’ve been sneaking in some reviews of the new Sana Hadanomy Aqua Placenta Collection this week. I’ve already reviewed the mist and decided to break out the Aqua Placenta Lotion.
I’ve been using the lotion for the past two months or so? But I actually have to put it away for Winter at this point because it’s TOO moisturizing…!
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.
Placenta extract is supposedly huge in Japan at the moment. No great surprise as unusual ingredients including snail slime and bird’s nest are typical trendings in Asia.
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.