Hadanomy Collagen Cream: Review

Today, I wanted to do a review on this cream that I have had for awhile, but only really started using this past couple of months since the weather has been colder
This item is the HADANOMY Collagen Cream that I purchased off of Sasa.com.

From the decription on the website, this cream is:
"icy cold to the touch, gives skin a refreshing feeling. it contains 1000 mg of micro collagen, hyaluronic acid, acerola exract and honey. By applying it before sleep, you will be given moisurization overnight. The cream with mild, natural floral scent will leave your skin moister and more supple next morning"

This product is suitable for all types but especialyl for dry and delicate skin.

Hyaluronic acid and honey are really good for keeping moisture in the skin so the ingredients (and of course cute packaging) and claims on this item is what made me want to purchase it.
The cream isn't as thick as say the Cetaphil moisturizing cream, but it isn't exactly lightweight either. I use it more so in the day time, even though it says it is for night use, only because I like the cooling effect it has on my skin. This product is indeed ice cold to the touch which is great for de-puffing in the morning. I also find the consistency to be very jelly/water like, without the stickiness. When I do use this at night however, I put on more than I would in the daytime and find my skin really hydrated in the morning. The scent is indeed floral like, but it is very mild and reminds me almost of a lychee fragrance which I love(seeded juicy fruit).
If you are looking for a new night cream or want to try some Japanese beauty products, then this may be it for you! Especially since the weather is getting colder in many places, this would be a good one to try for dry skin and is fairly inexpensive at around $11 for an imported item. I usually do a Sasa.com order once a year to stock up on Asian beauty goodies and the best part is with a certain amount of money, the shipping is free (and it isn't hard to get up to the $50 or $75 minimum requirement!). This product is great for hydration and is no irritating to my skin, and as a person with super sensitive skin and ezcema, I can appreciate that.

Do you like Japanese facial creams? What is your favorite brand?


  1. Never tried any Japanese products, I do always love the cute packaging. Nice review :)

    xo Mel
    Selfhelp | Inspiration | Positivity

    1. They're by far some of my favorite beauty products, Korean ones too! They always get me with the cute packaging so I just get drawn in!

  2. haha I think so too! I'm such a sucker for cute packaging


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