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Eyenlip Black Snail All in One cream review

I found a replacement for my irreplaceable summer cream Mizon All in One.

I have capricious sensitive skin with an oily t-zone. Picking an appropriate cream is difficult. But I liked this one from the first use. I need the cream to get absorbed completely, not make the skin oily and prevent inflammation. Eyenlip Black Snail All in One cream does all of that.


This cream can be ordered on eBay.
If you don’t want to get the 100ml right away, you can start with the 15ml miniature version.

A white cream with a very delicate floral scent.
Consistency isn’t thick, the cream is slightly viscous which is typical for a snail cream.



Gets absorbed completely and immediately, causes no discomfort or tightness after application (as opposed to Mizon, for example). The skin is hydrated, velvety and at the same time matte.

The cream is suitable for evening care. By morning, the skin is smooth, firm, pores are tight.
I apply the cream not only to the face but also to the neck and decolletage, especially since the volume is 100 ml and there’s no need to be frugal.

cream on the skin

cream on the skin

Why is it called All in One? Because this multifunctional product can solve several problems.
The cream helps heal acne, because black snail mucin acts as protection against the most common skin bacteria types, removes redness and prevents scar and post acne mark formation.

Lifting effect. Snail mucin promotes collagen synthesis, due to which the skin smoothes, lifts and strengthens.

In addition, the cream evens out the skin tone and improves complexion.
Niacinamide and adenosine, responsible for lightening pigmentation and smoothing out wrinkles, further increase the cream’s rejuvenating effect.

The cream contains 74% black snail mucin, niacinamide, adenosine, and eastern medicinal herbal extracts.

Full ingredients of Eyenlip Black Snail All in One cream:


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By Daniele Zedda • 18 February


By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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