Oh, no… Hell no.

 

Women will try anything to keep their skin looking supple and smooth. The illusion of youth is a powerfully motivating force.

And while I admit to buying my fair share of high priced creams and lotions in a feeble attempt to push back the hand of time…. even I have a limit.

Here it is:

 

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Yes…

Snail mucus.

 

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Because someone, somewhere, at sometime saw this…..

 

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And thought, yup….

I got to get me some of that!

 

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39 thoughts on “Oh, no… Hell no.”

  1. I wonder if lightly salting a snail face cream wearing person has the same effect as it does on a slug?
    Sorry, idle thought, I wouldn’t actually do it of course.

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  2. Ugh. I once test-marketed a new face serum. It was unnamed and did not list the ingredients, but it was red and slimy – and stunk like a dead body (not that I know what a dead body smells like, but use your imagination). After just one application, I gave up and sent the sample back with a very negative report, including the fact that the horrendous smell stayed on my face for a good 24 hours. Yuck.

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  3. Probably brought to us from the same guys that invented Clamato Juice. Who ever saw the cloudy liquid running out of a clam and thought it would pair nice with tomato juice and vodka? Yeah there is a drink called a Caesar and my wife loves them. Yuck!

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  4. This gel cream is a popular K Beauty item and has been around for years. I actually bought it a couple of years ago and still use it.

    1. Get over the fact that it is formulated with snail mucous—the consistency, look, feel, and smell is just like any other gel cream that doesn’t contain snail mucous.

    2. The gel cream actually does repair damaged skin and makes it look more youthful.

    3. There are lots of “interesting” ingredients in other cosmetics—after a while, you stop questioning what’s in it if it delivers on its promises. This product does.

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