WUBB Review Panel: ElishaCoy Skin Repairing Snail Cream – My Final Thoughts

I posted a first impressions post at the beginning of the month, talking about the product myself and 5 other bloggers were sent as part of Wishtrend’s review panel. I was loving it back then, so how have I found it after a month?

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If you follow me on Twitter, you will probably know that I moan about the state of my skin on a regular basis. I was sceptical and perhaps a little unsure of using a snail cream on my face, but after taking a look at just what mucin can do to aid the skin, I bit the bullet and gave it a go.

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After applying for a month, I can happily say that although not perfect, the state of my skin has definitely improved with daily usage of this cream.* I have had a tough time trying to persuade my friends and family that snail cream is actually good for you, though! A little of this cream definitely goes a long way, I’ve barely made a dent in the amount!

The ElishaCoy Skin Repairing Snail Cream retails on the Wishtrend website for $42.80 which roughly converts to £26.72. This is obviously not the cheapest of beauty fixes but when something works, price is only an object.

I will definitely be repurchasing this once I’ve finished my tub (which may not be for a while!) – my skin deserves all the love and attention it can get!

Have you ever tried a snail cream? Would you?

16 comments / Add your comment below

  1. once you go snail you never go back! I'm actually glad that you found this is working, I too have trouble convincing family members that snail cream is good and that you don't actually put snails on your face.
    Elishacoy is good, just the price tag is little high, their eye cream is good as well 🙂
    Kay.
    http://www.baninibeauty.com

    1. You need it (but not until you finish your spending ban of course – don't want to encourage you to spend) – it is sooooo good!xo

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