Glamoxy Snake Serium and Snake Mask are two products by Rodial that take inspiration from a temple viper's venom. Inspired by the effects of this snake's venom, "Syn-ake," was created as a compound that targets the neuromuscular activity that causes wrinkles in the skin, making it a popular ingredient in skincare treatments.
In Rodial's Snake Serium, the anti-wrinkle solution is combined with liposomes to deliver oxygen to the skin. The Snake Mask also gets a part of its power from liquorice extract, which serves as a lightening agent.
As well as taking inspiration from the venom of a snake for its ingredient list, the action of applying and removing the Snake Mask seems to mimic the way a snake sheds its old skin to reveal a fresh layer beneath.
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Rodial's Snake Serum and Snake Mask Take Cues from a Viper's Venom
- By: Laura McQuarrieJan 6, 2016