Esfolio Pure Snail Moisture Soothing Gel 95%

Saturday, December 21, 2019











Now that I'm in my mid-20's
I've been trying to do some measures to prevent wrinkles before reaching my early 30's.










PS. Don't mind the water mark on the photos since these were taken before
I did some minor changes with my blog.










It is said that snail secretion offers anti-aging properties.
And with this innovative discovery
there has been a massive creation and production of beauty products with
snail secretion as an ingredient.





I've tried Nature Republic Soothing and Moisture Aloe Vera 92% Soothing Gel
before and was actually amazed with its results.

It was also nice to know that you aren't just limited to using it
as face moisturizer

You can also use it as: 
hair as hair gel, base for your make up to look luminous and dewy, 
after shave cream, soak cotton pads with it and put it as eye mask,
nail care essence, and others.










(I like that the product has another lid before getting into the product.
This will help prevent leakage and will help the products retain its freshness.)










Product Description:

A lightweight hydrating gel containing 95% Snail Secretion Filtrate
to help soothe and calm skin, prevents acne, renews dry skin, and heals blemishes.





How To Use:

Acts as a moisturizer. Take an adequate amount and spread evenly onto face.




















Verdict:



The product did a great job as a moisturizer.

If you have an oily to combination skin, I suggest you use pea size amount of the gel.

This product is different than the Aloe Vera one.
This feels sticky when applied to face but I guess it's because of the snail secretion ingredient.


One tub could be stretched out for more than 6 months of use
and I could say that this is very affordable and worth it.

I'm not sure if I wanted to try this variant of soothing gel again.
I might try other variant of soothing gel like the one that has "ice" effect in it.





Price:

Php 349.00 at BeautyMNL

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