Hey Dreamers and Creators!
Do you remember when you first heard about snail slime in skin care products? I do. It was just a couple of years ago and I was surprised by it. At that time, snails were just the itty bitty creatures I would find in my backyard after a rainy day or the tasty treat (escargot) that has been baked and slathered with herb butter that you would find at a French restaurant. So the idea of using snail slime in skin care was a bit surprising and odd at the same time. Honestly, I did not know what to think of it at the time. Initially, I wanted to try it because I was curious. However, at the same time I did not want to try it because it could be gimmicky. So I waited. In hopes that as time goes by, there would be more and more information on snail mucin in skincare and then it can be determined whether it really works or not.
Fast forward to present time, snail filtrate in skincare is really popular and can be found in both eastern and western products. By now, I have tried a couple of skin care products with snail filtrate in them and I can finally say "I have slathered 'snail slime' on my face." Now, I have one more snail skin care product to play with and it is the Ladykin Affinitic Snail Cream. The Ladykin Affinitic Snail Cream is by far the most potent snail filtrate product I have ever tried and by that I mean it contains the most snail filtrate compared to the other snail mucin products I have tried in the past.