Dr Organic Snail Gel

Dr Organic Snail Gel
4 stars, based on 3 reviews

£22.70

RRP £29.95
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Pros

  • Most popular snail gel in the UK
  • Luxurious, thick consistency that’s easily absorbed
  • Long lasting, making it great value for money
  • Free of parabens, fragrances, SLS, artificial colours and preservatives

Cons

  • Comes in a jar, making it less hygienic than other snail gels
  • May not be fully-certified as organic

User Reviews

(5/5)
Five stars, 27 July 2015

Great product, with actual results I think, well skin certainly feels good .

(5/5)
definitely worth it, 20 Jun. 2015

I like this product. It makes your face feel firmer and knowing it is a natural product is even better.

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Smell

It has a strong, citrus scent, thanks to it’s lime oil content. The smell isn’t overpowering, doesn’t linger and is very pleasant


Texture

Its clear in colour and has a thick consistency that’s easily and quickly absorbed into the skin, making it perfect for use all year round. It’s also non-greasy and highly hydrating, helping to leave your skin feeling smoother, nourised and more youthful


Moisture

Although it is moisturising, you’ll likely want to use it with an additional moisturising product, particularly if you have oily or dry skin


Directions

Apply a small amount to your face and neck after cleansing. Once applied, use an additional moisturiser over the gel once it has been fully absorbed by the skin


Ingredients

In addition to it’s snail secretion filtrate content, which contains natural Allantoin, Collagen and Elastin, Hyaluronic acid and Glyoclic acid, Dr Organic Snail Gel is also made up of:

Olive Leaf Extract: Its a good source of antioxidants, including catechin, leuteolin, flavonoids and ruit, all of which work to protect the body from free radicals. It’s antioxidant effects are so potent that studies have found it to be up to 2 and a half times that of vitamin C and E2, and twice that of green tea

Aloe Vera: It helps to treat and heal minor wounds, has anti-bacterial properties and contains a range of vitamins and minerals that work to ease and sooth flare-ups eczema and psoriasis

Lemongrass Oil: It has anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties, making it useful in warding off and treating skin infections as well as skin issues caused by bacteria, such as cellulitus and folliculitis. It’s also a fungicidal, which means that it works to rid the skin of fungal infections, and acts as an astringent, helping to constrict the skin, giving it a tighter, more youthful appearance

Lime Oil: Packed full of vitamin C, lime oil helps to rid the skin of impurities and helps promote new skin cell growth. It also helps to relieve and health a number of common skin conditions and problems, including carbuncles, gangrene, psoriasis, open ulcers, rashes and sores

Litsea Cubeba Oil: Its main use is to help manage, prevent and treat acne flare-ups. It also has a gentle astringent property that works to cleanse and shrink the skins pores, and both anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties that sooth, health and reduce flare-ups from other common skin conditions

Vitamin E: Its useful in treating dry skin and at helping the skin to better retain water, making it good as a skin mosturiser. It also provides the skin with a thin, protective film layer that reduces the risk of damage from harmful free radicals and UV rays

Rose Fruit Oil: Rice in vitamin A, it helps the skin to regenerate and repair itself, helping to more effectively heal wounds and scars. It also helps the skin to keep it’s elasticity, preventing the development of new wrinkles whilst minimising the appearance of existing ones. It also has astringent properties which tighten the skin and pores, leaving it looking more youthful