Dry skin patches, also known as xerosis or xeroderma, has many causes, including cold or dry weather, sun damage, harsh soaps, and overbathing. The skin feels very tight, irritable and rough and may also start to appear scaly and flaky. Very dry skin can be all over the body or in patches – the hands, back of the knees and scalp are common places

Itchy Scalp Dry Skin Patches


Skin treatment face.


Skin treatment body.


Skin treatment hands


Snail Skincare and Where It Started.

Snail mucin was first popularised as a cosmetic ingredient in the late 1980s. The use of snail secretion in snail beauty products is often attributed to Chilean farmers who noticed that their hands became unusually soft and healed quickly after handling snails. This observation led to the development of the first snail mucin-based skincare products in Chile.

The breakthrough in popularising snail mucin in cosmetics, however, occurred in the early 2000s, when Korean skincare brands adopted and refined its use. The K-beauty (Korean beauty) industry played a significant role in the global spread of snail beauty products.

In summary, while snail mucin was first noted for its skincare benefits in the late 1980s, it gained widespread recognition and commercial use in the early 2000s through the efforts of Korean skincare brands.

Snail Skincare Products from Ireland.

In 2019, a Monaghan man (Kieran) started farming snails, initially for human consumption. However, after seeing the results that the snail mucin was having on his own skin, he quickly started to explore these benefits and how they could be harvested. We have been absolutely amazed at the results these products have on fine lines and wrinkles, as well as the hydration these products bring to the skin.

Today, Bragan Skincare has a range of products both in the healing range and in the cosmetic range. We invite you to try our products to make you even more beautiful than you already are.

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