• Dermatologists say snail slime, or mucin, can help with anti-aging and moisturizing. 
  • Beauty brands all over the world have been putting snail slime into their products.
  • One snail breeder in Tunisia is taking advantage of the trend, selling 44 pounds of snail slime to a local pharmacy each month. 
  • On top of that, she also sells her snails to restaurants to be served French-style.

Beauty brands all over the world have been putting snail slime, or mucin, into their products

Dermatologists say the sticky stuff can help with anti-aging and moisturizing. 

Between face creams, shampoos, and countless other products, the global snail beauty market is slated to be worth over $765 million in 2025.

And one snail breeder in Tunisia is taking advantage of the trend, selling 44 pounds of slime to a local pharmacy each month.

See how she breeds and harvests snails on Business Insider Today »

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