snail therapy

SNAIL THERAPY CAN achieve great results in aesthetic cosmetology. Recommended for dry and combination skin, heals wounds, stretch marks, acne, warts, burns, chickenpox scar effects, hirudotherapy, rejuvenates and tightens skin
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Snail therapy

Snail therapy is indicated for treating wrinkles, micro wounds of skin, scars, and stretch marks. It can be effective in the treatment of acne, warts, and pigmentation spots. The mucus of snails is perfectly suited to care for dry and cracked skin.

Snail therapy is indicated after varicella (chickenpox) on the places of scarring of wounds and after hirudotherapy with large leeches or on the open areas of the body to remove the consequences in the form of scars and spots…

The procedure of snail therapy takes 1.5 hours and includes 30 minutes of face and neck massage, massage and mask with the Aсhatiфn snails on the face, decollete, and hands, alginate mask with collagen of Achatina and seaweed on the area of the face.

One procedure in our cosmetological cabinet costs 250 UAH. For the course of rejuvenation, 5-10 procedures are offered 1-2 times a week.

In the course of rejuvenation, you can include a combination of rejuvenation with cosmetic leeches to stimulate the local skin immunity.



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Snail therapy cures wounds, stretch marks , acne, warts, burns , cicatricial effects of chickenpox and hirudotherapy

Storage and care after snails at home

For a comfortable stay of snails, you have to create proper living conditions, namely:

  • maintain high humidity in the terrarium;
  • light and temperature mode
  • water procedures
  • sufficient ventilation
  • cleanness in the terrarium
  • prevention and control of pests
  • provide with juicy plant fodder in sufficient quantities

Where to keep snails at home?

Terrariums for snails can be purchased at a pet store, or you can construct one yourself. This can be a plastic container in which you need to make a lot of small holes (on the lid or on the side walls. The terrarium should not be small, from 20X20X40 for two – four adult snails (length of a shell from 8 cm)
Small and large snails are not kept together in one terrarium

For ease of replacing the soil and maintaining the terrarium, it is better to place the soil in a separate plastic container.

In addition to the container with the soil, you need to put a container with water in the terrarium (snails want to drink, swim). Its size depends on the size of snails

The soil should be mixed with calcium in the form of calcium glycerophosphate, ground egg shell, or pieces of chalk.

The soil for snails can be purchased at a pet store. The best choice is the coconut substrate, pieces of twigs, bamboo, moss.

How often to change the soil?

However careful you do the cleaning when digging in the soil, snails are still pulling small leftover food particles that have accumulated and rotting can become a source of insects. Therefore, regardless of the type of soil, replacement is necessary every two to three weeks, depending on the activity of the snail. If there is something moldy in the terrarium, the smell of swamps and the insects appeared, or it just became very dirty, then the soil should be changed immediately. Mold and insects are enemies of snails.

Do not place a container (terrarium) with snails near the battery, in the sun, in a draught.

The optimal temperature for snails is 20-24. Too low or too high temperature, which lasts for 2 to 3 days, can lead to the death of the snail, insufficient moisture in the terrarium will also damage them, so the soil should be wet (they are diggin in there to wait through the “drought”)

Feeding the snails at home

In the summer, they are fed with leaves of grapes, salad, wood louse, dandelion, as well as grated carrots, beets, potatoes, fruits, in winter – fresh cabbage, sweet apples, grated carrots. Snails also eat such food as cereals mixed with a hard-boiled egg, namely: oats, wheat, barley, buckwheat, millet, as well as corn, dried grated pumpkin and dried herbs.Do not feed the snails with bananas, kiwi and do not salt any food or soil.

Be sure to feed snails with arugula, carrots, dandelion, and salads

Arugula contains the following vitamins and nutrients: vitamin E, vitamins of the group B, vitamin C, vitamin A (beta-carotene), vitamin K – a large amount. Also, arugula contains zinc, magnesium, selenium, sodium, copper, phosphorus, manganese, and iron. Vitamin K helps with healing wounds, in the fight against freckles, and pigmentation spots, relieves swelling and inflammation of the skin.

The carrot contains sugars, carotene ( provitamin A ), vitamins E, C, D and vitamins of the group B. The amount of carotene in carrots is almost 80%, which is why this vegetable is of orange color.In carrots, there are other vitamins such as P, PP, K, potassium salts, iron, phosphorus, manganese, copper, zinc, various microelements, bioflavonoids, niacin, inositol, starch, pectin substances.

Lettuce leaves, Lolo Rossa leaves, Iceberg lettuce This product contains different vitamin complexes, it contains beta-carotene, vitamin H (biotin), C, K, PP, E and A, including choline and vitamins of group B   (B1, B6, B2, B9). It includes a large number of macroelements: potassium, chlorine, calcium, sulfur, phosphorus, selenium, and many other substances.

Dandelion leaves contain vitamin C.   (50-70 mg%), carotene (6-8 mg%), vitamin E, salts of iron, calcium, and phosphorus. For cosmetic purposes, a steam of dandelion flowers is used, it reduces warts, pigmentation spots, and freckles. Dandelion is part of an anti-acne lotion.