Snail cream.

Before anyone says anything, no snails were harmed in the making of this cream. 

I discovered this cream a few years ago, I used to sneak into my Mums room ( I say sneak but she always caught me) and use her products. I needed moisturizer and at the time she was using this one. I loved it so much that I then proceeded to use it everyday until she finally made me go buy my own (fair enough). It didn't cost me more than 10€ ( I was in Spain), and it lasts ages! In fact, the only reason I had to replace it was because I couldn't open it so smart old me threw it on the floor hoping it would open up but it didn't. Guess what? It smashed into pieces ( No shit). So I had to go out and buy another one which I accidentally left in Spain when I moved back to England a few months ago. After trying out different moisturizers and being happy with some, I decided that I missed my snail cream one. I started looking for it but couldn't find it anywhere. So like everything that you can't find in the shops, I looked online and I found it on Amazon. 

Although I did find creams that were okay on my skin and reduced my blemishes, I didn't feel like they repaired my skin like this one. It makes sense that a cream with snail slime in it repairs your skin. It also helps with acne and reduces acne scars. My Mum says it's the best cream she's used yet. I do find that it takes a few minutes to soak into your skin, at first it leaves your skin feeling a bit sticky but it's worth it. I use it everyday under my makeup and when I'm not wearing makeup, it has sun protection in it and that is something that I couldn't find in the Tea Tree ones. I have recently learned that your skin should always be protected from the sun, even if it's not sunny out side, you still need protection! 

So I guess what I'm trying to say is that you should definitely give this cream a try, especially if you are wanting one that will repair your skin.

If you have tried it, let me know in the comments or if you recommend any! 

Find it here.

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