Rodial Glamoxy Snake Serum: Botox Alternative – Good or Bad? Want to have a wrinkle-free face but you don’t want to do the botox thingie? Well, why don’t you follow Cheryl Cole, Victoria Beckham (see Victoria Beckham’s Jeans), and Kate Moss who are reportedly using the Glamoxy Snake Serum so they can look young. We say “reportedly” because its very possible that the publicist of Glamoxy just made things up and that said celebrities are not using this snake serum at all.
Anyhoo, here’s what Rodial’s president Maria Hatzistefanis is saying about their product: “After two years of research and development to find the ultimate muscle freezer, I am very excited to be launching the Glamoxy Snake Serum. There is no other product in the market right now with such amazing and instant results, it’s simply the best.”
She adds: “Glamoxy is far safer then botox because Syn-ake is a small neuropeptide that mimics the effect of a temple viper snake, and it is not invasive like a botox injection. One to two pumps a day will last on the skin for eight hours if applied twice a day, morning and evening under your moisturiser.”
Anyone of you tried this product? Does it work as Rodial claims it does? Is it worth the money? Or should people not waste their dollars on it?
For related topics check out: Azzalure vs. Botox.
UPDATE: According to the Rodial website, here are the benefits of the Glamoxy Snake Serum:
- Encourages cell respiration to fill and plump the skin, whilst adding instant radiance.
- Instant 3D plumping effect, and redensifys and moisturises the complexion.
- Helps fade fine lines and imperfections and corrects skin tone.
- Provides powerful antioxidant protection.
Sounds like mumbo-jumbo to us, to be honest. 3D plumping effect? What exactly does that mean? Pardon us if we are a skeptical of vague claims like the ones being made above.
Also, as one astute internet commenter noted, if its true that Glamoxy Snake Serum is the secret behind Kate Moss’s youthful looks as Rodial claims, then she should ask for a refund because youthful isn’t what we’d describe her these days.
In fact, she’s in her thirties but she’s looking like she’s a “golden girl” in the photo above, doesn’t she?
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