The Korean skincare industry is all about perfecting and maintaining glass skin, but there’s one ingredient that should not be ignored: Snail mucin. It may sound weird at first glance since it contains glycolic acid which acts as an exfoliant in removing dead cells from your face daily while also containing enzymes to nourish the surface layer of our epidermis; copper peptides help fight against wrinkles by filling them up with collagen – yes! This powerful liquid has many benefits for us who want healthy-looking complexions without any hassle or pain associated with getting adequate amounts through food sources alone.
The market is flooded with all kinds of products such as hydrating snail secretion facial cream, essence and more. These ingredients make up a perfect combination for addressing skin damage repair; evening out the tone on your face by working against hyperpigmentation problems like scars or dark spots from sunlight exposure (you’re not alone!) while also boosting collagen production in order to improve elasticity which can prevent wrinkles later down this road if taken properly!
Snail mucin has a number of well-known advantages:
- It aids in the treatment of acne, which is one of the most frequent skin issues. Its antibacterial properties aid in the prevention of acne.
- It effectively fades hyperpigmentation, reduces redness, and evens out skin tone.
- It also possesses anti-aging effects that help to hide fine wrinkles around the eyes and on the forehead.
- Snail mucin contains hyaluronic acid, which helps to keep your skin hydrated and firm.
It is no surprise that Korean skincare brands are popular in the skincare industry. Despite being an elaborate ritual, some people may find it too time-consuming or expensive – people who have tried it swear by its benefits on their complexion as they contain glycolic acid and other properties which make you look younger over longer periods of time.
By Dr. Navnit Haror, Founder & Director of Derma Miracle Clinic