Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Sleeping Mask Review
Missha US just launched their new Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Collection last week. I’ve been testing out the Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Sleeping Mask for several days now and I must say I do likey!
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Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Sleeping Mask ($22.99) is a typical Asian sleeping mask that you can use over night to restore moisture to the skin. To use simply apply a generous amount, pat into skin, and head to bed for the night. In the AM wash it away and skin will be soft, hydrated, and smooth.
In this case, the sleeping mask or sleeping pack (whichever you prefer to call it) contains snail slim extract. No worries, it doesn’t smell bad or feel slimy, etc…actually it smells amazing compared to other snail products I’ve tried from other brands. It has a fresh almost cucumber scent. The texture is a softer creamy formula which absorbs easily into skin.
Snail slime extract supposedly restores vitality to the skin while firming and moisturizing it. If you suffer from patchy, flakier areas on your face this is an excellent way to restore moisture to those areas. In as little as a single treatment you’ll notice skin is smoother and softer. It definitely restores moisture to skin in a major way.
I already use a host of ingredients to moisturize my skin in the evening but I like the fact that this sleeping mask works in a single treatment and I can experience the results in that single treatment. According to Missha snail slime is so precious that it takes over six hours to to gather a mere 1g!
I sadly do not know how snail extract is collected. I’ve read a variety of different articles for different brands that do snail skincare and it seems to be a cruelty-free process but I can’t confirm exactly how snail skincare is made so you might wish to Facebook, Tweet, or E-mail Missha for exact details.
If you’re interested this is available now at www.misshaus.com
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