Water, Butylene Glycol, Snail Secretion Filtrate, Propolis Extract, Betaine, 1,2-Hexanediol, Allantoin, Sodium Polyacrylate, Carbomer, Sodium Hyaluronate, Panthenol, Arginine, Adenosine
My thoughts on Neulii snail- bee anti wrinkle serum
I love, truly love snail products and I was really looking forward in trying this one.
If you don’t know about snail products and why they are simply amazing you can read about that here.
This serum is an anti-aging serum, which means that it is basically impossible to say if that function is true to this product or not. To be able to say that you really have to try if for a long time, and I am talking more than six months. Since I do run a blog, I can’t test one product for such a long time, since I do need to try a lot of products out. What I can say is how this product reacts to my skin and I really do recommend everybody to include snail and bee products in their skincare routine (for anti-aging purposes).
This packaging is really nice it is a frosted plastic bottle with a pump. I have tried serums from this line before and they all have the same packaging. since it is a pump it is easy to get the right amount directly.
The serum is clear and slimy (snail mucus does that😊) and on the thicker side. It is easy to apply and absorbs rather quickly to my skin.
It does not leave any sticky residues on my skin which is really important if you layer your products for moisture as I do. Neulii snail bee anti-wrinkle serum absorbs rather fast depending on your layers preview to this one.
Compared to Benton, I would go for this one due to the smell issues I had with Benton
About the wrinkle effects it is simply impossible to say
Your need to try and see if you might see a difference, but I do feel that this is a great product to add to your skincare routine when you are getting older.
I give this product 5/7
Where to get it
I don’t know if Roseroseshop decided to skip their line, but I am not able to find any of their own brand in their webstore any longer
Other snail products
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