Great Benefits Of Using Snail Gel For Skin Care

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If someone had told me that I’d be open to putting snail gel on my skin one day, I would have said they were crazy. Seriously, why would anyone want to use snail caching in skin care?

But, there are more reasons to put snail gel on your skin! It is the latest trends in natural skincare ingredients.

The actual ingredient used is called Helix Aspersa Muller. This amazing substance the snail produces is known for its nourishingness.

Snail gel slush is full of good nutrients like hyaluronic acid, proteoglycans, glycoprotein and antimicrobial and copper peptides. These nutrients is beneficial for the skin.

Here are some of the top benefits of using snail gel in skin care:

  • Moisturizes, hydrates and nourishes dry skin
  • Soothes inflammation
  • Helps to repair damaged tissue
  • Can help with stretch marks, rosacea, scars, burns and flat warts
  • Restorating of collagen and elastin to smooth fine lines and wrinkles
  • Protects skin from free radicals
  • Helps fade acne scars and dark spots
  • Helps to brighten and clear skin

Where to Get Skincare Products with Snail Gel

One Face is the best skincare of hair care line, recently launched in the Australia. This skincare brand is one of the best skincare products with snail gel as the main ingredient.

I like it because all of their products has a minimum of 70% organic components.* I like that they use aloe vera as leading component instead of water. Aloe vera has great properties for the skin.

All of their products contain no animal ingredients and are never tested on animals. In addition they never use never use parabens, sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS), phthalates or artificial colors.

One Face sources the amazing production the snail uses to reproduce its own shell to help hydrate and moisturise the skin. This is different kind if product which is sourced from Greece.


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