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RODIN Olio Lusso

rodin-olio-lusso-face-oil-070411-1It's popping up in every magazine and the blogosphere, and there's a good reason why—RODIN Olio Lusso is by far one of the most exceptional skin care products on the market right now. Created by stylist Linda Rodin, the elixir comes in a dropper-like formula. Dab a few drops in your hands, spread sparingly on your face, and not only will you have an instantaneous glow, but the product—chockfull of essential oils—will revamp your entire face.

I've been trying a sample for the last week, doling out a few precious drops each day and from my first-hand experience, I can report that RODIN Olio Lusso works. I use a heavy anti-acne retinoid product that really combats my acne but also wreaks havoc on my face with redness and constant peeling. Using RODIN Olio Lusso for just one week has mellowed out the peeling and calmed my face, and on top of that, not a single acne flare up since I've been using this new product. The price tag is $140 and while that may initially feel steep, spending money on your face, especially when a product works, is well worth the investment. If there's one thing missing from your beauty arsenal, this is it.

 

For more information, visit oliolusso.com or oliolusso-shop.com. The product is also sold online and at Barneys.com.
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