Snail secretion filtratehas been the talk of the skincare industry for the past couple years.
But did you know it's actually been used as far back as Ancient Greece?
With so many miracle serums and "revolutionary" new ingredients on the market, it can feel like a full-time job just figuring out which ones really work.
Even if you know a particular ingredient has benefits, how do you know which products actuallyuseenough of it to make a difference?
We've decided to goin-depth on the science of snail secretion filtrate (also known assnail oil,snail cream,snail mucin,snail extract,snail mucus,snail slime, and other equally attractive names!) to see what effects it actually has on the skin and which products make the best use of it.
Grab a hot drink and get comfortable, because by the end of this article you're going to be an expert on snail mucin products yourself!
Apple stem cell creams are all the rage right now and are popping up all over the place, often advertised as some sort of miracle cure that can achieve all of your goals.
But are they the real deal or another cosmetics industry hoax?
And if they do work, how, and how best can we make use of them?
Here we take a deep dive into stem cells, their applications for skincare and cosmetics and the results of real academic studies, so by the end of this article, you should be able to tell for yourself whether you can get real anti-wrinkle results for an apple stem cell serum.