I recently started testing the Peach Slices brand.

A lot of people recommended it to me and I finally decided to give some products a test. I love skincare with snail extracts and the first thing I put in my basket was the Peach Slices Snail Rescue Blemish Busting toner – a name I find to be slightly misleading. I’ll explain.

It had so many positive reviews that I was intrigued to see whether it truly lives up to expectations.

Hop on a Peach Slices toner review with me and let’s uncover all that lies beneath the name.

What is the Peach Slices Snail Rescue Toner?

So let’s dive straight into the meat and potatoes and see what the Peach Slice Snail Rescue toner is all about.

The Peach Slices Snail Rescue toner is designed to help hydrate the skin and eliminate blemishes, clogged pores, zap zits, and sights of redness.

The product also supports a healthy skin glow and strengthens the skin’s natural barrier.

Thanks to its powerful yet minimalistic ingredient list, it has all of these capabilities. The combination of 95% snail mucin and Cica (Centella Asiatica) – the toner’s two star ingredients that I’ll tell you about in more detail below, deliver outstanding hydration to the skin.

Thе toner is quickly and easily absorbed by the skin and helps to solve a range of different skin problems. Some of the most prevalent conditions it targets are dryness, dullness, signs of aging, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin texture.

Ingredients and highlights

Let’s dive deep into the Peach Slices Snail Rescue toner ingredients to fully understand where all of its qualities come from.

And which qualities and claims are not supported.

The ingredient list

This product only comes with 12 ingredients:

Snail Secretion Filtrate, Propanediol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Sodium Hyaluronate, Hyaluronic Acid, Centella Asiatica Extract, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Citrate, Ethylhexylglycerin, Citric Acid, Tocopherol

Here are the more important ones you should know about:

Snail Mucin

Snail Mucin is a real gem in the skincare industry and it’s a popular ingredient used by a lot of Korean brands.

To explain what it is, it’s worth going back a step to what mucins are in the first place.

Mucins are a highly glycosylated protein family secreted by animals for functions such as adhesion, lubrication, hydration, and more.

Snails naturally produce mucin proteins in their mucous for several different biological reasons, like microbial protection, adhesion, and lubrication. Snail mucin has triggered interest in chemistry, biology, and other scientific fields, which naturally translates to the skincare industry.

It’s an antibacterial, cruelty-free ingredient that’s derived from surfaces that snails inhabit. The substance is purified, filtrated, and then included in a range of cosmetic formulas.

It has powerful repair and hydration properties and is a perfect solution for dry patches, acne, and aging.

If you’re into the scientific bit, snail mucin is a combination of proteoglycans, glycosaminoglycans, glycoprotein enzymes, hyaluronic acid, copper peptides, antimicrobial peptides, and trace elements like copper, zinc, and iron – all amazing compounds for your skin.

Some of the key benefits provided by the ingredient include:

  • Properties similar to those of hyaluronic acid and glycolic acid;
  • A humectant that locks natural skin moisture;
  • Helps naturally exfoliate and eliminate dark spots;
  • Improves fine lines and wrinkles;
  • Fungal-acne friendly.

Hyaluronic acid

If you’re a beauty enthusiast, the chances that you haven’t heard of hyaluronic acid are slim to none.

Its core mission in the body is to keep the water locked into your tissues to provide enough hydration. But because its natural levels decrease as we age or as we lose skin moisture, it’s often part of skin care products, enabling us to achieve the levels that we need.

It’s a great skin health helper with functions such as:

  • Contributes to healthy and instantly supple skin;
  • Can support faster skin healing;
  • Has powerful antioxidant properties;
  • Can prevent wrinkles and fine lines.

The product also contains sodium hyaluronate – a sodium form of Hyaluronic acid. It plays the role of a sponge and supports the skin in the water retention process.

Centella Asiatica extract

While it has been mainly used to heal small wounds and burns with its anti-inflammatory properties, today it’s actively used in the skincare industry.

It’s loved by people with sensitive, irritated skin because of its soothing capabilities.
Here are some of the benefits that Centella Asiatica delivers to your skin:

  • Powerful moisturizing functions due to its ability to stimulate GAGs and hyaluronic acid synthesis;
  • Valuable anti-inflammatory properties;
  • Assists in wound healing;
  • Ability to treat cellulite or striae.

All in all, the product stands out with some really great hydrating and soothing capabilities. However, nothing in the ingredient list will help to “eliminate blemishes, clogged pores, zap zits”.

Don’t get me wrong, it won’t make things worse. It will just not work like that.

Ingredients of peach slices snail rescue blemish busting toner

Product highlights

One of the biggest concerns that people have about this product is that it uses snail slime or snail secretion in the form of snail mucin, which is derived from live snails.

This has raised questions about whether the ingredient extraction processes involve some forms of cruelty and whether the snails are hurt during the procedure.

The brand claims that the product is 100% cruelty-free and that no snails are hurt whatsoever.

It’s a product clean from aggressive chemicals and strong fragrances, making it an appropriate choice for people fond of more natural solutions in the skincare space.

The formula of the product is free from alcohol, sulfates, and parabens. It’s completely vegan and Leaping Bunny certified.

I also want to mention that it has a pH balance of 5, which makes it skin-balancing friendly – your skin will love it!

Peach slices snail rescue toner highlights and benefits

Packaging, amount of product, and how long does it last

When it comes to packaging, the Peach Slices Snail Rescue toner comes in a 120ml plastic bottle.

You don’t need to use a lot of it to see results, so it will last you between four to eight months, depending on how often you use it.

This is possible because of the toner’s texture that allows you to evenly spread a small amount of product on your entire face.

How to use it and where does it best fit in a routine?

How you decide to use the Peach Slices Snail Rescue toner is entirely up to you and will come down to your skincare routine.

I used it twice daily for a few weeks on damp skin and topped it off with my moisturizer. This provided all of the hydration I could possibly need.

You want to use it right after cleansing followed up with the rest of your routine.

You can use your hands or cotton pads to apply the toner and it’s perfectly safe to use the product every day, in the morning and before going to bed.

It’s also gentle enough to be used around the eyes as it doesn’t contain any harsh ingredients.

Texture and experience

My first experience with the Snail Rescue Blemish Busting toner was certainly a positive and pleasant one.

The toner has an extremely lightweight texture, it’s completely clear and feels fresh on the skin. It doesn’t leave any sticky and yucky residue, it’s very watery and appropriate to use even during hot summer. I noticed that it soaks into the skin very quickly and makes it feel refreshed, hydrated, and instantly supple.

Who is this for

The Snail Rescue Blemish Busting Toner is ideal for people with dry skin, normal skin, and oily skin.

This is because it’s packed with moisture-providing ingredients, like hyaluronic acid, sodium hyaluronate, and snail mucin.

The fact that the formula prevents clogged pores also means that it’s suitable for people with acne-prone skin or oily skin. The toner will rid the excess sebum or oiliness from the skin, leaving behind a clean surface.

Who is this NOT for

Honestly, I didn’t come across any information that the product isn’t suitable for specific skin types. And from the look at the ingredients list, it doesn’t seem to contain any irritants either, which is good news for people with sensitive skin.

Does it live up to its claims?

Sharing my personal opinion on a product is never enough for me.

I always consider the possibility that perhaps it simply works on my skin but maybe a lot of other people are experiencing different results. This is why I always dig deep into user reviews.

When browsing through the Peach Slices Snail Rescue Blemish Busting toner reviews, what I instantly noticed is that the majority of users share my positive experience with the brand and this specific product.

The toner comes with a higher concentration of snail mucin in comparison to a lot of other snail-based products, it has great affordability, and its ingredient list is significantly minimal, making it rather clean and safe to use.

A lot of users share that the toner transformed their skin in terms of hydration even more than their high-end serums, which is always a good sign.

However, don’t expect it to work miracles on your acne or clogged pores – it simply doesn’t have the needed active ingredients to support these claims.

Price & availability

The price is another huge benefit that I must mention.

The product only costs around $14, which is extremely affordable for a high-quality, reliable toner.

In some cases, the toner may even provide more hydration than a lot of expensive serums. This is not to say that you should leave behind your moisturizers and serums. However, in combination with this toner, you can expect outstanding results for a low price.

You can easily find and purchase the toner online, from different shops.

When I started researching the product I saw a lot of questions online related to “Peach Slices Snail Rescue toner discontinued”. If you see this too don’t worry, the product isn’t discontinued and you can buy it from several places.


Generally speaking, I’d give a high rating for the Peach Slices Snail Rescue toner.

It offers a ton of benefits for the skin and the best part is that you can see results only after a few days of use.

I’d recommend that you test it for yourself if you’re looking for a new soothing toner or would like to experiment with products containing snail mucin. If you already have tried it, let me know your thoughts and experience!

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