Review: Mizon Multi-Function All in One Snail Repair Cream

Sorry for the late post folks; it’s been a busy few days, and I ran out of scheduled posts.

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I’ve been using this cream for a few weeks consistently and I think I have a pretty good idea of how it performs.

Pros: A little bit goes a long way and there’s a lot of product in the jar, so it’s definitely worth the $12ish I spent on it. The jar is heavy glass and feels really luxe. This smells like a basic face cream so you’d have no idea there was snail gunk in it unless you read the jar. As for what it’s done for my skin, I can’t say it’s been the miracle it promised, but my skin feels significantly less dehydrated. I don’t have as many dry patches as I did before I started using it every day, and I’m not sure but I think even my pores look reduced. That could be my imagination/wishful thinking.

Cons: Ew, snail goo. The nice, heavy packaging would make this difficult to travel with. I also don’t like skincare products that come in jars; I think it’s a little gross. This claims to be the answer to all of my skin problems and I haven’t seen results on that level, much to my dismay. I still have some redness and breakouts, though I suppose those could be due to all of the other new products I’m trying.

Overall I like this product enough to keep using it. I’ve only used it consistently every day for a week or 10 days, so I’m going to give it more time before I decide that it doesn’t work. I might also start using the snail facial cleanser I bought at the same time to see if it makes for better results.

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