Luxury beauty and skincare brand Rodial have just announced the launch of the rather special Limited Edition Dragon’s Blood XXL Sculpting Serum. This is a limited collector’s edition of their triple potency XXL Advanced Sculpting Serum, specially created to celebrate the 5th anniversary of their iconic Dragon’s Blood range.
If you’re not familiar with this range, Rodial’s ‘Dragon’s Blood’ is actually sap from the Croton Lechleri tree, which is historically used for medicinal and healing purposes. Incorporating this into the product range leaves a protective film on the skin after application, which helps to reduce redness and inflammation, whilst smoothing, plumping and hydrating skin. This is also an ideal range of products for those with sensitive or stressed skin, as the combination of dragon’s blood with hyaluronic acid is perfect for treating loss of elasticity and dehydration – this is good news for me then!
The Limited Edition Dragon’s Blood XXL Sculpting Serum infuses the skin with an intense triple potency hit of dragon’s blood complex to help the complexion regain its youthful bounce. The unique Dragon’s Blood complex is combined with Dermapep and HemaTite to oxygenate, firm, moisturise and redensify the skin to reduce appearance of wrinkles and improve skin elasticity. Tetrepeptide-6 stimulates the biometic growth factors that produce new tissues and blood vessels, resulting in increased micro-circulation and oxygenation in the skin, for improved vitality and a natural glow.
The limited edition bottle is presented in a beautifully embellished display box and has a crystal band added to the silver cap seal, and with less than 1000 units being produced, this limited edition serum will be perfect for any avid beauty collector.
The Limited Edition Dragon’s Blood XXL Sculpting Serum is £125 and available now direct from Rodial. It will also be available at Harrods and Space NK from April.
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