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Rodial's Snake Serum, Straight From England, Gonna Sell Out

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We can't go anywhere these days without hearing about Rodial's Glamoxy Snake Serum, this crazy wrinkle-obliterating product that has a waitlist of nearly 10,000 names in its native UK. It doesn't actually contain snake goo, but its active ingredients mimic the effects of venom—temporarily "freezing" the tiny muscles that create wrinkles and plumping the skin to smooth out lines.

We haven't tried it ourselves yet—it launches this week in the USA at Henri Bendel and Space NK and will retail for $150—but everything we've ever used from Rodial has yielded pretty awesome results, so we'll play ball. If you've tried Rodial's Glamoxy Snake Serum, let us know how you liked it!
· Rodial's Glamoxy Snake Serum [Official Site]