Global Repair Essence Nutri-Restorative Lotion - Filorga - save up to 21%

How to use

In the morning apply on the palm of the hands and then on the face with slight taps, until the product is completely absorbed.

At night use as a mask. For this:

1. Moisten the cotton pads in water

2. Unfold the cotton pads so that they are thinner

3. Saturate them with Global-Repair Essence Lotion

4. Apply them all over the face, like a mask

5. Leave to act for a few minutes and then remove the cotton discs. Do not rinse off.

Dermalogy Cica Repair Snail Essence

Neogen’s Dermalogy Cica Repair Snail Essence contains a whopping 96% snail mucin to help revitalize dull, or irritated skin.

Formulated to aid in skin regeneration and promote elasticity, the Cica complex included in the formula contains centella asiatica extract, asiaticoside, madecassic acid, asiatic acid, and madecassoside - all of which work together to help soothe sensitive or troubled skin.

Additionally, hyaluronic acid helps to maintain and increase hydration, while 10 types of youthberry & plant collagen help promote the appearance of elasticity, hydration and firmness

pH of 6.5 ~ 1.0. Formulated without artificial fragrances or colors, parabens, alcohol, and mineral oils. Snail mucin is extracted in a harmless manner that does not injure the snails.

100ml / 3.38 FL.OZ

Mizon Snail Repair Intensive Essence ingredients (Explained)

If you are into the K-Beauty trend, you must have bumped into snail slime like a thousand times. Korean brands love the ingredient and tout it for its miraculous repair and hydration properties. It's claimed to be able to repair everything from dry patches, acne breakouts to signs of aging and we are happy to say that it might be just true.

So snail slime is the yucky stuff that snails (in cosmetics the secretion of Cornu Aspersum, the garden snail is used) produce when they are in stress (it's not the same as the one they secret to be able to move nicely and smoothly). As the cosmetic chemists at the Beauty Brains blog write, "chemically speaking, snail slime is a complex mixture of proteoglycans, glycosaminoglycans, glycoprotein enzymes, hyaluronic acid, copper peptides, antimicrobial peptides and trace elements including copper, zinc, and iron." English translation equals it's loaded with a bunch of good-for-the-skin stuff.

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