BOCA RATON, Fla., March 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Elicina's breakthrough line of restorative snail cream skincare products, comprised of 80 percent snail mucin that helps alleviate skin conditions like acne, scarring, sun spots, wrinkles and more, is coming soon to Amazon.com.
Elicina products are centered on the decades-old knowledge that snail mucin has the ability to help repair skin damage. This property was supported by scientific studies, indicating snail mucin helps with the production of collagen and elastin through its key ingredients: hyaluronic acid, glycoprotein enzymes, proteoglycans and antimicrobial copper peptides. These peptides, proteins and vitamins all are anti-inflammatory.
"Elicina products have anti-aging effects ranging from helping to remove wrinkles and blemishes, to helping repair scar tissue, burns and reducing acne," Elicina General Manager Paula Bascunan said. "We offer different products for different skin types — creams with added moisturizers like aloe vera for people with extra-dry skin, hypoallergenic creams for people with sensitive skin. We have something for everyone."
Elicina is the market leader in snail cream, distributing today to more than 45 countries. Elicina offers hypoallergenic products that are safe for people of all ages, containing 80 percent snail mucin.
The company's catalog of products includes its Eco Elicina XT Eye Countour Cream, Eco Elicina Nourishing Cream, Eco Elicina Plus Moisturizing Cream, Eco Elicina Pocket Moisturizing Cream, Eco Elicina Pocket Nourishing Cream and the brand new Neck Cream AV, all recently repackaged to suit U.S. guidelines.
Snail mucin is the common term for snail extract, commonly referred to as "snail secretion filtrate" on cosmetic ingredient lists. The nutrients in snail mucin are common in cosmetics due to research showing how they benefit human skin.
Elicina's products are all derived from the Helix Aspersa Muller snail, of the species Cornu Aspersum, which is native to Chile and found no where else in the world. No snails are harmed in the mucin-harvesting process.
For more information on Elicina products, coming soon to Amazon.com, the world's largest online retailer, visit www.elicina.com.
Please direct inquiries to:
Shaun Cox, 561-544-0719