De Tuinen : Snail Gel

1 Review

Snail Filtrate, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Lime Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Litsea Cubeba Oil.

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June 28, 2012


-Turning my discoloured, dead skin mark/scar into a pinkish red and I have been using it sparingly just under 2 weeks.
-Smells nice and its a thick gel which makes a change from cream and liquids.


-I don't want to admit to friends and family about using slime from snails.
-Difficult to tell if the gel has absorbed into the skin or if its creating just a sticky layer as sometimes I can peel it off like glue.

I have been rubbing this on a particular mark/scar on the cheek of my face before I go to bed and its been almost two weeks. The mark/scar was caused by me picking at it over and over again which has left me with hard skin or a grey/brownish/purple colour healed over it. Since using the gel on this area, the scar/mark has stayed a pinkish red at the moment which to me is a good thing because it shows that it wants to regenerate new skin cells rather than left as an uneven skin tone forever because the skin feels it no longer needs to be repaired. It says on the product that it needs to be used 3 times a day, but I use it before I go to bed as I don't like to mix products with the snail gel together i.e make-up and moisturiser. The reason I've gave this a 3 rating because I'm not sure if it can work on my spots or bumps as it really made no difference unless I would need to be patient about it. I suppose I expected this to work instantly on spots so instead I use calamine lotion for this purpose alone and this snail gel on my scarring.