If you haven't heard of snail serum before, it may sound a little strange at first, but snail serum is taking the beauty world by storm.
Snail Serum facials are now used by some of the top International Beauty Salons, as snail serum is full of collagen, a natural skin plumper and contains many other skin nutrients.
In Japan they even use live snail facials.
The serum has become a big trend in Hollywood, fast becoming known to be an elixir of youth. I think it's a trend which is here to stay.
One of the first facts you probably want to know is - how is it made and were any snails hurt? The serum is not actually made out of snails, it's made from the secretions the snails leave behind through a slow and natural process and this is a process which is performed humanely, snails are not harmed.
When I first received my bottle of SUAY skin repair snail serum, I wasn't sure what to expect, for some reason I was expecting a thick type of lotion, but I was pleasantly surprised when I placed the serum on to my skin, the serum is very light, non-sticky and it blended into my skin instantly. I read that snail serum can repair quite a number of skin ailments and one of these includes scars, so I experimented by
using this on a couple of red scars I had from a minor operation and applied it to my face twice daily, concentrating on the fine lines around my lips and eyes.
After using this for a few weeks I definitely noticed an improvement in the texture of my skin in these areas. I felt like it had a tightening effect. Apparently the snail serum replicates human skin and helps it to regenerate and is very good for damaged skin. Some of the components of snail serum are collagen, elastin, Glycolic Acid, Vitamin C and proteins. This combination removes dead skin cells and repairs damaged skin.
It's 100 percent organic, the serum smells surprisingly pleasant, there is barely a scent there, so suitable for anyone with allergies and sensitive skin.
I loved the packaging of this product, it comes in a glass jar with a beautiful gold dropper lid, making it such a pleasure to apply. Glass bottles are my preference for
beauty products, to me it makes the experience feel a bit more luxurious. Even though plastic bottle these days are BPA free, I still prefer glass, I find lotions will be kept fresher if stored in a glass jar.
Some of the many other benefits of snail serum are preventing pimples, reducing acne scars, age spots, stretch marks, keeping skin looking and feeling soft and young.
SUAY snail serum is a very affordable anti-aging, skin healing treatment.
If you want to give this intriguing beauty product a go, you can purchase it at SUAY, an Australian owned small business, they also offer International shipping.
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