字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (upbeat music) [Narrator] Two words, snail slime, snail slime. Snails love their own slime, which is actually their mucus. It helps them defy gravity and move at a snail's pace. Bad cliché. But humans also love snail slime for its nutrient-rich properties. This began thousands of years ago when ancient Romans and Greeks gave snails free rein to roam their faces. No more redness, no more wrinkles for our classical ancestors. (speaking foreign language) That is kinda off topic, Simone, but now that you're here, I think we should segue to your introduction. (speaking foreign language) He's being modest. Simone is an inventor and a snail savior. Before he invented his snail slime extraction machine, the only way to collect mass quantities of snail slime resulted in the snail's death, not anymore. (speaking foreign language) We begin in the fields. After munching for 14 months, snails are plucked, washed, and brought to Simone's machine, the Muller One. Sidebar, snails secrete slime for three reasons: to move, out of stress, and for pleasure. Simone calls his machine a spa for snails because it pleasures them with a secret spray to the point that they secrete a lot of slime. (speaking foreign language) If you don't talk metric, I'll translate. That's as much as seven pounds of slime from one batch. After that, the slime is extracted, dehydrated, rehydrated, and then refined here for use in cosmetics. Here it is being bottled, and then it's off to your face. (speaking foreign language) - Best slime in the world. [Narrator] Simone, if being bold is wrong, we don't want to be right.