Costco Is Now Selling a Popular Korean Beauty Product

This article was originally published on Real Simple.

Though many shoppers head to Costco to stock up on large quantities of cereal or toilet paper, the store also offers an impressive selection of cosmetics—with brands like Shisedo, Tatcha, Clarins, Laura Mercier, and more—all for amazing deals for members. And now they’re adding Korean Beauty to their aisles by carrying the popular Mizon All-in-One Snail Repair Cream.

The best-selling cream contains 92 percent snail extract (yes, really). According to Mona Gohara, a dermatologist at the Yale School of Medicine, the slimy ingredient can do wonders for your skin. “It has hyaluronic acid and peptides that plump the skin, making it look vibrant,” she says. But the repair cream claims to do even more than that. Beyond hydrating skin, Peach & Lily says that it will also reduce fine lines and wrinkles, encourage skin renewal, and diminish blemishes.

The company also specifies that the cream is ideal for oily, acne-prone, or combination skin types. But those with drier skin can still use it—as long as they follow it up with a heavy moisturizer.

You can get a 75 milliliter jar of the snail cream on Peach & Lily’s website for $19.99. But if you want a better value, you can get a two-pack from Costco for just $29.99. With the great deal, you can gift the beauty guru in your life this all-in-one cream, or you can stock up on it so that you can treat yourself to a luxurious spa night again and again.