Rodial's Glamoxy Snake Serum is an anti-wrinkle cream that bites back at the signs of aging. With a waiting list of 10,000, this is one beauty product people are desperate to try, despite the $150 price tag in America. The serum’s active ingredients mimic the effects of venom – temporarily freezing the tiny muscles that create wrinkles and plumping the skin to smooth out lines.
Why it matters
While Botox procedures use an isolated and purified version of a real toxin (Botulinum toxin) this anti-wrinkle cream takes snake venom as inspiration. Is this indicative of the extremes of the beauty market, as the craving for more permanent solutions entice people to take more risks with their health?
During the New York Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Glamour Magazine hosted M-commerce enabled Taxi Shops that allowed consumers to instantly buy Lancome and Yves Saint Lauren beauty products while hitching a free ride through Manhattan.
Johnson’s Baby in Portugal has launched an online competition that offers winners and three friends a free photo shoot. Participants are simply required to take a photo of their legs after using baby oil and send it in.