Snail cream is made from snail slime, known in the industry as snail secretion filtrate. It is packed full of collagen and elastin, both vital to healthy skin, hyaluronic acid, the natural glue that holds collagen and elastin together in the skin, and antioxidants. It’s also rich in glycoprotein enzymes, antimicrobial and copper peptides, and proteoglycans, all natural ingredients that are typically added to other skin care creams and lotions.
Snail slime cream is much more than a beauty fad, it has been scientifically proven to be beneficial in the prevention, management and treatment of a whole host of different common skin conditions. These conditions and skin problems range from acne, to ageing, and to the treatment of burns, scars and stretch mark fading. We’ve provided a full list of the conditions and skin problems that snail slime has been proven to be beneficial in treating on our site at the link below.
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Snail slime is similar to and rich in the nutrients and proteins that compose our skin, making it perfect as a natural skin care solution as it works to replenish these within our own skin. By doing so, you’re promoting skin regeneration and repair, leading to firmer, smother and healthier skin. Snail slime is 100% organic, natural product and safe. This has been demonstrated in a number of scientific studies, information of which is available on our site at the link below.
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Snail slime skin care products have been available since 1995 when the first commercially available snail cream, Elicina snail cream, was release onto the market in Chile. Since then, the popularity of snail cream has soared throughout South America, Korea and Japan. In recent years, although being relatively new and unknown in Europe, snail cream has seen a rise in popularity with celebrities including Katie Holmes having been reported to swear by it as their secret to a youthful complexion.
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