A skin care product from a Japanese company is proving popular on the streets of the US.
Frog Skin Firming Serum was developed by a cosmetics firm and is made up of snail slime.
It is marketed as a natural skin rejuvenator.
A spokesperson for Frog Skin Firms said the product is made with the same ingredients as products from other Japanese skin care companies, and it has been sold in US stores for over a year.
In Australia, where it was launched last week, the product has attracted the attention of local businesses.
“It’s a really good product,” said one local business owner.
I’m a little sceptical about it.
I’m not going to buy it.
The Australian Department of Health and Human Services has warned people about the product, warning it can lead to skin cancer.
The US is now taking a more cautious approach to the product.
The US Food and Drug Administration has told consumers it is unlikely to approve the product in the US, but has made it clear that it does not endorse its use.
Australia has already seen some controversy over the product after a report by the New York Times found that people using it had reported increased skin sensitivity.
On Wednesday, the FDA said it would review the product’s safety and efficacy in the first few weeks of sales.
If the product was to be approved, it would be one of the biggest cosmetics approvals in the world.