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Mizon Black Snail All-in-One Cream (2-Pack)

Mizon Black Snail All-in-One Cream (2-Pack)

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It's currently $11.95 on amazon per bottle: https://smile.amazon.com/MIZON-Black-Snail-Cream-Ounce/dp/B00B4PWEJU/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1501853778&sr=8-1&keywords=black+mizon

Good on Massdrop for offering free shipping but it's still cheaper to buy it on amazon, even with MD's lowest drop price (currently at $27.99). If you don't have prime, free shipping is available for $25+ orders again; so a dollar filler would get you their free shipping if you're thinking about matching MD's 'deal' on this.
For people in CONUSA, on Amazon this is available with free one day shipping for $13.29, so two for $26.58. At Massdrop it's $25.49 after shipping.

Edit. Actually much better product/price ratio for the 120mL version for $16 (nevermind sorry wrong product)
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B015O2V4ZS
payodpanda
The item you linked, while a better price per mL, is a different product.

The Amazon Prime price for the Black Snail though is a more compelling deal because of the minimal price difference (after MD shipping) and speed. :)
RachelB
Ah of course. Sorry I wasn't paying attention. The price for the same size is $13.29/75ml though and as you say is probably a better deal taking same day shipping into account. :)
For anyone who hasn't heard about this: “So it’s a worm infection introduced into North America through globalization,” said Peter Hotez, the dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. “Some suggest that it’s due to snails or slugs in the ship ballasts—ships coming from Asia and going through the Panama Canal.” The parasite that causes rat lungworm disease is now endemic in the southeastern United States, and it’s expected to spread northward https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/when-globalization-brings-brain-invading-worms/522153/
Recharged
The parasite needs to be ingested and I'm pretty sure the snails used for this are farmed specifically for the purpose of extracting mucus and so have very little chance of coming in contact with the parasite in the first place.

Though it may potentially be an issue if someone doesn't wash their hands after application and immediately eats a fruit or something? Interesting article but don't think it's very likely to apply to this product. Wait, lemmie actually take a handful of my brown container snail mucus and taste right now...
Madotsuki
Perhaps, but you never know. Just felt like this needed to be put out there, as a precaution. Oh boy I bet it tasted like pudding :-)
So smearing snail body slime upon one self, will make you look much younger and prettier......?

Don't understand anything about these creams and ointments, the Mrs covers herself with gawd knows what so I shut up and move away quietly.

Suspect need to do the same here, but I will never stop anyone from anointing themselves with any products, when it comes to making themselves delusional about looking "YOUNGER" : )
Elrick
wtf are u even saying
Elrick
It isn't that the cream makes you look "younger," it's that it helps prevent signs of aging such as wrinkles or blemishes. Snails coat themselves in a rich goop to protect their sensitive bodies from harsh sun rays. Hypothetically this can be beneficial to our skin as well, and there's some studies that correlate to that, but it's still kinda in need of more testing. It does well for hydrating though.
For anyone wanting to read reviews about the product, I'd recommend the following link:

https://www.peachandlily.com/products/black-snail-all-in-one-cream

Reviews on Amazon may include reviews for illegitimate versions of the product.
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