The Siamese snail’s slime is not only capable of rejuvenating and nourishing skin cells with concentration 30 times
of active peptide molecules higher than that of other snail varieties in other countries, it has superior antibacterial property
as the breed thrives in tropical ecosystem. This, especially, makes Siam Snail most suitable
for skin care and beauty of Thais, Asians and other tropical people.
With enormous experience on terrestrial snail research, and served as the President of UNITAS Malacologica
(The World Scientific Society of Malacology), Professor Dr. Somsak Panha, of the Department of Biology
who chair the Animal Systematics Research Unit, Chulalongkorn University produced great numbers of
international standard publications, and established the Land Snail Museum of Thailand.
Snails are raised to the highest standards on a farm under semi-natural mimic environment.
The mainly delicated peptide molecules are extracted from the mantle ’s softly secreted
slime using percolation technology to ensure the efficacy in skin cell rejuvenation and
nourishment of snail slime cosmetics of Siam Snail for attaining younger looking skin at any age.
More than 30 years of studies on terrestrial snail diversity in Thailand revealed the finding of
more than 600 snail varieties in diverse ecosystems, and also the discovery of snail slime’s extraordinary ability
in rejuvenating skin cells 30 times more concentrate than that of any other snail breeds in other countries,
and subsequently led to the development of skincare products under the Siam Snail brand.