Use in cosmetics
Snail filtrate is rich in mucopolysaccharides, which give it a characteristic viscosity, with a protective, film-forming, and moisturizing action.
It also contains glycolic acid, which in this concentration acts as a moisturizer, as well as allantoin with restorative and protective properties.
It is therefore suited for anti-aging, restorative, and film-forming products that are effective in fighting expression wrinkles.
A manual stimulation is used. The first step is to collect snails that are over a year old. They are then washed with an abundance of clean water.
Once clean, the snails are simply left to move along a tub for a few minutes with gentle finger nudges: this movement results in the natural secretion of mucin.
They are then quickly withdrawn from the tub and thoroughly washed with water (because mucin from other snails can annoy them) and returned to the farm where they continue their normal life.
The mucin is filtered and then micro-filtered to eliminate any impurities. This method is very labor-intensive and expensive, however it produces high-quality mucin while respecting the lives of snails and saving them stress.
THE SNAILS ARE RAISED WITH ORGANIC AGRICULTURE METHODS.
SNAIL FILTRATE CREAM is enriched with hyaluronic acid, vitamin A, urea, sunscreen, and aloe.