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Skin Watchers Green Snail Intensive Cream review


50 ml
Comes in a tube
17 USD

Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma

What are snail products?

Information on a full blog post here 

How to use it

You use this as you would any other cream, you simply apply and pat until it is absorbed into your skin. If you have really dry skin you can use this as a first moisturizer, and then layer another one over this

My thoughts on Skin Watchers Green Snail Intensive Cream

I love snail product. I admit it, I am totally hooked on these types of creams. This one is not better or worse than others. I do feel that it is little pricey compared to the one from Mizon, so I will rather repurchase that one over this. If you haven’t tried snail product yet, I really recommend you to, because they are simply great products to include in your routine.

Skin Watchers Green Snail Intensive Cream is white in color and is very creamy. It sinks into the skin really fast and that makes it perfect as a layering cream. After applying it, my skin feels really smooth and happy, but that happiness only lasts for a short time. This is not the creams fault, instead it is my super dry skin, messing everything up. If you have normal to oily skin I think this might be perfect for you. If you have dry skin you simply need to check if it is enough.

Skin Watchers Green Snail Intensive Cream

The cream is scented, and I am really not a fan of scented products. This one doesn’t smell bad, but not good either, so I rather wish it was unscented instead.

The packaging is great, it is simply a tube which makes it hygienic. I prefer tubes over jars, just because of the hygienic reasons. I do use a spatula with my creams in jars, but still I don’t wash my spatula every single day either. So that actually makes the whole spatula kind of unnecessary, doesn’t it?

I give this product 4/7 

Where can I get it


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