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Rodial Glamtox Peel - the 10 minute face lift?

So I am not someone who regularly uses Face Masks hence this is quite a rare feature here but that does not in any way suggest that I don't like using them. Just like the rest of us, a 9-5, commuting in the Hammersmith & City line, blogging & 30 day shred take up most of my time to use a skin treatment as such! 

However I did get a chance to try this out recently and thought I'd let you guys know about it. 




First of all, unlike other masks out there that harden on the skin and peel, this ones quite creamy and is more of a wash-off mask which I much prefer. Unlike it's name, its not of a 'peel' texture at all and the consistency inclines more towards face bleach. 

I apply a generous amount and keep it on for 10 minutes before washing it off with luke warm water and there is absolutely no difficulty in taking it off. 

Although the description states that it's a thick clay mask, I don't see a trace of clay in it compared to the clay masks I have used from other brands. In fact it's a good thing in my opinion as it doesn't strip off the moisture it's injected when it's on the skin that way. 

It claims to lift the skin, decongest it, reduce fine lines and age spots. 





Does it work? It adds a gorgeous post-facial glow and does a good job at temporarily lifting the skin and fading fine lines if you are looking for a quick fix before a special occasion or a night out. I find this especially useful when my face is feeling bloated and congested. 

Not quite sure if it works on fading age spots however. My mum who's in her 40's has also tried it out and loves it for the reasons above but again did not see any difference in hyperpigmentation. 

Must try out once for £19.95! 


liloo said...

I keep hearing more and more about this product and it's all rave. Is 19.95 the real price? For some reason, I thought it was more expensive and in the region of £50? I think of all the rodial products, this is the one which has definitely caught my radar and I am very tempted to splurge. Also, although the name a bit cringeing and annoying (do they think they created botox in a bottle kinda of thing) it is definitely less cringeing as all the other products I've heard. *cough* crash diet sticks anyone haha

liloo/@tsunimee xx

Parveen said...

I might give this a go, not bad for £20! Great review :) xxx

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