Dribble of Snail.

For that hard-to-buy-for someone -- Baba de caracol, translated by the manufacturer as "dribble of snail."

The studies have verified that the dribble of snail allows to prevent
and to eliminate wrinkles, to attenuate grooves, to eliminate scars
caused for wounded and burns of first degree, to remove the acne, to
clean spots produced by the sun. It has also demonstrated to be
effective to eliminate warts of the skin.

Via gimcrack, where Nurse Myra has many more snail-related factoids.

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The best part is the almost painfully obvious photoshop job where the words were put onto the front of an apparently empty jar. . . that ruins the credability for me right there.
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there used to be lots of ads about this thing in my country. But one day they stopped airing because everyone found out it didn't do anything... plus, it wasn't really from snails.
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