I purchased this cream before the brand became so hyped. I settled on this option with snail secretion, because mucin always performed beneficial for my skin that is prone to breakouts and acne… till this moment.
The cream itself comes in an adorable paper package. It has a sleek design and is housed in a pretty pot with a screw cap. The cream is convenient to use, although I’m not much into such packages.
The formula is thick, stringy and gel-like. Also, it’s non-scented.
Now to the point: I felt a slight tingling sensation on my cheeks after application, but I thought that it was OK, because it was snail secretion after all!
I thought that it would stop soon and my skin would be enjoyable to the touch. Nuts!
In the morning I woke up with my pores clogged and my skin overly dry, although I have combination skin. And that was instead of some slight whitening effect!
At that point I thought that I just had to get used to a new product, so I continued smearing my skin with this cream.
In a week I realized that my skin looked only worse, although it was in pretty bad shape before use.
So, I tossed it into the drawer. And it is still there
The price of this experiment was $18-20.
I wish I bought the Bioderma cream instead of this one, because it does a good job for me.