Rodial Makeup & Skincare Range Review

rodial skincare review
We are always on the hunt for new products that win our hearts. We received a few products from the Rodial Skincare and Makeup Range which is a luxury brand founded in 1999. The products are formulated to be high performance and results driven and with claims like that we’d be fools not to try them out for you guys!
*products were received free for review

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There were a total of 4 different products; a Rodial Stem Cell Cleanser, a Banana Lowlighter, The Rodial Instaglam Contour Compact and an eyeshadow palette.
rodial stem cell cleanser
 $34
You get a lot of product (6.8 ounces) in this tub of cleanser and a little goes a long way! This product is a cleanser and a mask in one and uses PhytoCellTec Alpine Rose which charges stem cell resistance and helps to protect your skin from environmental strains. Additionally it contains both Coconut and Marula oil which are antioxidant rich. This cleanser will instantly provide your dehydrated skin a pick me up (great during this time of the year) and even comes with a muslin cloth to gently exfoliate revealing more youthful skin below
The cleanser itself is thick and creamy and lotion like in consistency and has a light floral scent (we’re guessing because the Alpine Roses). The instructions are simple – apply a small amount to dry face and neck (we used about a nickel sized amount and it was plenty.) and then rinse. You can use this product both daily and nightly. We were surprised with how rich in oil it was which makes it great for people with dry skin like ourselves. Definitely a great cleanser to try if you need an extra hydration boost.
The muslin cloth that’s included is also a really nice touch. This is only the second time we’ve seen something like this included in a skincare product!
rodial instaglma compact deluxe
$57
This contour compact comes with 10.5 grams of product in a universally complimentary shade. The shade is buildable and great for beginners because of the ease of application. No worries of overdoing it all at once!
The compact itself is gorgeous and we think it’s super classy to just keep out on your vanity!
We were a little scared when we saw this cool toned powder but quickly realized after application that it WORKED on us and if it worked on our skin it will work on yours as well… be sure to check out our Get Ready With Me featuring Rodial!
Here it is swatched and as you can see this powder isn’t patchy at all and goes on light enough that you can work with it and it blends out BEAUTIFULLY!
rodial eyeshadow palette
$40
Go from day to night with this 6 pan collection of neutral shades. The pretty packaging includes a mirror and 5 matte shades as well as 1 shimmer. We prefer less shimmer and think the one that was included in this palette is beautiful and classy
Here’s the palette. The shades are numbered with 1 being the browbone highlight and 3 being this palettes token shimmer shade
Here they are swatched. We really love this black – it’s deep but not patchy and has lots of pigment. The #2 shade is also gorgeous and the shimmer is so pretty to apply to the lid! This is a great palette because it’s very versatile, use a color or two for day to day errands or use a number of the shades to get a glam smoky eye! 
banana lowlighter
$45
This is our favorite item that Rodial sent over to us. This gives you a soft brightening perfect for under the eye color correcting. The finish isn’t matte so it doesn’t crease and it leaves you with a dewy finish
Little bit goes a long way with this concealer and we’d recommend using this over top of your full coverage concealer. 
This is a click up product. And while we put this lowlighter on the skin with this brush we like to blend it with a different brush or beauty blender for optimal results!
So thoughts? Interested? We personally loved all these products!

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