Now being a vegetarian and all I wanted to make sure they they aren't hurting the poor snails in the process so I did check online before trying it out...
They have a full write up about the product HERE if you're interested.
The main reason I wanted to try the snail gel is that they said it was great for scar reduction; I have a lot of hyperpigmentation on my cheeks and chin left by acne and it makes me feel very self concious to go out without foundation, so I have been trying everything and anything to help it fade!
I got a small sachet sample of the product that they were giving out in store to try first. The gel is quite pricey at £19.99 a go so I wanted to make sure I liked it before investing in a full size pot.
What they suggest is to use it before your moisturiser, let it skin into the skin then apply your normal moisturiser over the top. I did this morning and night, strangely enough the tiny sample lasted me almost two weeks! A little really does go a long way!
My scars have faded more in two weeks that they ever had before, and trust me I have tried a lot of products! I was so pleased that I had to rush out and get another pot straight away. You get a whole 50ml in a jar which I know is going to last me a good while so it's definitely worth the money.
I also love the packaging, it's a lovely little glass jar which makes it easy to get every little drop out so you won't be wasting any product at all. Plus it smells like lemon pie!
But it's not just for scarring, it's good for wrinkles and smoothing out the skin too. It's also free from parabens, artificial colours and fragrances, which is crazy as it smells divine! Which is probably down to the aloe vera leaf juice, lime oil and lemon grass oil that's in it.
I highly recommend you try out this product. I use it with the Dr Organics vitamin E cream which is also fabulous! But that's a whole other blog post...
Have you tried anything from the Dr Organics range?