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Benefits of Snail Slime on Skin

What Are The Benefits Of Snail Mucin To Skincare?

There are claims that the benefits of snail slime were first discovered in Chile, as workers on a mountain farm noticed that snail secretion filtrate healed the cuts and grazes on their hands. Regardless of who thought of using snail secretion filtrate as a skincare usage first – the next question is – what benefits does snail Mucin has for your skin? It turns out there are many benefits that snail Mucin has for your skin. This is because snail Mucin has many beneficial ingredients (such as glycolic acid, glycoprotein enzymes, and copper peptides).

All of these ingredients enhance skin regeneration, even skin tone, fade hyperpigmentation (including acne scars) as well as strengthen the skin, and increase the collagen and elastin production.

Snail Mucin is also superb for hydrating the skin as it contains hyaluronic acid (a humectant ingredient that pulls water into the outer layers of the skin). As if that wasn’t enough, snail Mucin also has antimicrobial properties, which makes it great for combating acne-causing bacteria.

Snail Mucin Is Good For Treating Acne

Yes, snail Mucin is a great ingredient to include in your skincare routine if you suffer from acne breakouts. Snail Mucin naturally has antimicrobial properties, which benefits to keep acne-causing bacteria at bay. However, the glycolic acid in snail Mucin also helps to stop breakouts by exfoliating the skin (and thereby removing dead skin cells and unclogging pores).

Snail Mucin can also help to repair the skin’s moisture wall – which in turn will minimize breakouts. This is due to the ingredient hyaluronic acid, which is a humectant, which means it attracts water molecules to your external skin layer, keeping your skin hydrated. This makes sense, as snails need a lot of moisture to stop them from drying out.

Snail Mucin Is Good For Fading Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation

Snail Mucin has another great property- it is great at disappearing hyperpigmentation. Snail Mucin is great for curing acne scars (post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation), reducing redness and in the evening your general skin tone, it doesn’t look to be very effective at fading other types of hyperpigmentation (such as sunspots or melasma).

If you are looking to diminish sunspots and/or melasma, then you may need to look at including some products in your routine. Snail secretion filtrate contains many ingredients (including proteins, peptides, and elastin), which help to heal acne scars. This again makes sense when we think of snails in nature – they have very soft bodies that need to be able to heal rapidly as they often travel over rough surfaces – and their mucus helps them to do this.

Anti-Wrinkle Benefits of Snail Mucin

The hyaluronic acid present in snail Mucin works to keep your skin super hydrated and plump – which in turn decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The hyaluronic acid in snail Mucin also increases elastin and collagen production in the outer layers of your skin, which makes the skin look firmer and more youthful. In a 2013 2-center, double-blind, randomized, 14 week study, researchers found “significant improvement” in facial wrinkles treated with snail secretion after 12 weeks and even two weeks after stopping treatment compared to placebo.


If you haven’t added snail Mucin to your routine yet, then we highly recommend you give it a go – there are so many benefits for your skin. For a start, we recommend our best-seller by Somebymi – Snail Truecica Miracle Repair Serum