Rodial Dragon’s Blood XXL Advanced Sculpting Serum*


I always think that Rodial is one of those brands that just makes you feel special. From their awesome names to products which work insanely well, they always produce the most special of products. The new Dragon’s Blood XXL Advanced Sculpting Serum is no different.


The name is taken from a  Croton Lechleri tree, known locally as the Dragon Blood tree, which is historically used for medicinal and healing purposes. The formula mixes all this goodness with hyaluronic acid, wheat proteins, hema’tite, tetrapeptide-6 and red snow algae which all work together to taught skin, hydrate it, and leaving it looking beautifully glowy.

Like all Rodial products I’ve tried, the ingredients are potent, so you only need the teeniest squeeze of the serum every morning. I’ve been applying it to freshly cleansed skin prior to my moisturiser, and my skin has really been feeling the benefits. I absolutely love the lightweight feel of the serum, and it just disappears into the skin without leaving it feeling tacky or oil. Instead, my skin feels like it’s been given an extra dose of nutrition and moisture, and my makeup just seems to glide on, on top of it.Using the Dragon’s Blood XXL Advanced Serum just feels like having a super-good skin day. It’s amazing for perking up tired eyes right up, and it makes skin look so fresh and youthful.

Will you be trying Rodial’s Dragon’s Blood XXL Advanced Serum?

It’s priced at £125.00 and is available here (UK) and here (US)

Rodial Dragon’s Blood Hyaluronic Mask*

Rodial Dragon's Blood Hyaluronic mask

No matter how hard I try, my skin has a tendency to err on the dry side, so when I’m travelling I take extra care to keep it as hydrated as possible.

Rodial Dragon's Blood Hyaluronic mask 2

Rodial’s rather snazzily named Dragon’s Blood Hyaluronic Mask may sound like it belongs on Game of Thrones, but in fact it is a must-have, if, like me, you want skin which feels baby soft, smooth and healthy. The name is derived from ingredients  including the red sap of the ‘sangre de drago’ tree, and the Hyaluronic Acid works to plump fine lines and wrinkles, whilst providing much needed comfort to dehydrated skin. What makes this mask ideal for me (you know, apart from being seriously hydrating) is that it fights redness too. So after using, my skin doesn’t just feel amazing, it looks a whole lot calmer too!

Rodial Dragon's Blood Hyaluronic mask 1

I’ve been using the Dragon’s Blood Hyaluronic Mask every night, and I have to say, I’m seriously impressed! The formula feels almost like a light gel, and it soaks into skin almost immediately, I’m also in love with the scent. It falls somewhere between orange blossom and moringa so it feels wonderfully luxurious to use! Rodial say that you can either tissue off excess formula after 10 minutes, or leave it on overnight, and I’ve been faithfully doing the latter. In the mornings, my skin feels soft and smooth, and I’ve not had a hint of any dryness or tightness!

Rodial’s Dragon’s Blood Hyaluronic Mask is priced at £27 (normally £39) and is available here (UK) and here (US).

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