Real Style Tries Rodial’s Bee Venom Moisturizer
When we first heard of Rodial’s bee venom collection, we knew we wanted to try this line that uses venom of bees to help you get younger looking skin. We tried to bee venom moisturizer to see if it’s interesting promises live up to our expectations.
When we first opened the Rodial Bee Venom Moisturizer, we were surprised by just how unassuming and normal it looks. When you read the descriptions on how it works you expect something more intimidating. Rodial’s moisturizer uses the venom of honey bees to fool the skin into thinking it has been stung to help product collagen and elastin in your face. It also includes plant stem cells to help improve skin tone and Hyaluronic Acid to give you a radiant complexion. After reading all of that you will be surprised to see just an innocent looking moisturizer in the bright yellow container. It doesn’t even have much of a smell.
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Using Rodial’s Bee Vemon Moisturizer is just as surprising because it doesn’t have any big scary effects. We expected the moisturizer to sting or tingle a bit, but it doesn’t. You won’t even know that your moisturizer is stinging your face. Your face doesn’t puff up like you might expect it to.
The difference is that this is one of the smoothest moisturizers we have ever had the pleasure of using each morning. It has a delicate consistency like whipped butter and smooths on our face softly and smoothly. Unlike other moisturizers that can be runny or sticky or leave a weird texture on your skin, Rodial’s moisturizer is absorbed to leave your skin feeling naturally beautiful.
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At $190 from Murale in Canada, Rodial’s Bee Venom Moisturizer may be a bit of a splurge, but it’s worth it for women going through menopause looking to keep their face beautiful.
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