An analysis of pricing from an online retailer, Snapsnash.com, shows that the $195 price tag on a $50 snail skin oil is nearly twice as expensive as a $20 spray cream that contains just one ingredient.
The $195 cost of the $20 product is $18, and the $50 product is only $6.
The online retailer charges an additional $15 for each additional ingredient, such as zinc oxide or glycerin, as well as for the packaging.
The savings are compounded by the fact that the snail skin product does not contain the chemical preservative triclosan.
This chemical is used in many consumer products and has been linked to allergies.
The manufacturer of the product is the same one that sells the $5,000 Snapsquash spray cream.
Snapsquashed.com sells a number of other products that have similar prices, including a $40 cream that has about 30 ingredients.
The average price per ingredient is $1.89.
This compares to a $1 to $3 price tag in the online store for a single ingredient.
This isn’t the first time that online retailers have raised prices to save money.
Last year, Amazon’s prices increased on a number for its popular e-commerce website and on its Kindle e-reader.
The price increase was partly due to a cost of producing and packaging the e-book, as Amazon was unable to pay for the printing and distribution costs.