Rodial Bee Venom Micro-Sting Patches – First Impression

 

Hey everyone! Hope you’re having a great weekend! You guys know that I love trying out new products and when one of my favorite brands Rodial asked if I’ll be interested to receive free sample for an exchange of my honest review of their newly launched Bee Venom range, Micro-Sting Patches by Rodial, I couldn’t say no to something this cool. They’re a brand that I 100% trust and so here’s my first impression.

In case you haven’t heard of Rodial before, they’re a cosmetic brand that offers not only makeup and bodycare but also skincare products in the UK. These Bee Venom patches are manufactured in Korea and inspired by Mesotherapy. They claims that each patch is made from pure Hyaluronic Acid and Bee Venom and is designed with 350 micro ‘cones’; to more effectively deliver this potent combination of ingredients.

I’ve never being stung by a bee or wasp before and neither have I tried anything this crazy before in my entire life. I’m curious and honestly I couldn’t resist to give it a test drive. Just to point it out that this is not your normal patches you find at the drugstores. It’s the Bee Venoms Micro-Sting Patches!

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Inside the package, you get four sachets of two patches nicely packed in each as seen in the photo.

Bee venom patch rodial

Here how the patch looks like up closed.

forehead

Before

I don’t have crow’s feet or wrinkles on me yet but I’m always very concerned with any signs of advanced aging and frown lines. Yes, I frown a lot and these patches are what I need now, a product that can instantly helps provide a plumper and smoother effect on my skin.

forehead with patch

As I pressed it on I could hardly feel the microneedles pressing my skin and there’s no pain whatsoever. I leave it on for 30 minutes and let the patch does its work. I didn’t feel any tingling sensation that I was expecting.

peeling off patch

It’s so easy and convenient to wear. Just put it on and go on with your life then come back 30 minutes later to peel it off. And voila!

after rodial patch

After

When I peeled it off, there were tiny indentations left behind but no redness or sensitivity at all which I’m quite impressed. I check my skin after on the mirror and noticed a smoother surface on the area where I just peeled off the patch.

I did notice a slight plump on my forehead area and that’s all I can tell you for now. My first impression is that I really like this product, and I’d continue trying them out for a little longer before I give my final thoughts and opinion.

Rodial is available at Shoppers Drug Mart, Rodial website, Nordstrom and Amazon. You can get them here for £90.00.

Note: This product is not recommended for people who is allergic to bee stings.

Have you tried this product before? If yes what’s your thoughts and opinions.

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59 comments

  1. Wow, I would love to try this too! The patches looks so interesting and effective. But I am just curious, how would I know if I am allergic to bee sting?

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  2. Amber says:

    Well, I’m intrigued now. Bee venom? I need to try these out!

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  3. I rarely use UK skincare brand because it i rare here in Manila. I will check this in amazon.

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  4. momswhosave says:

    Thanks for the review. I haven’t seen these here, but I’ll watch for them.

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  5. Cecilia Elise Wallin says:

    Thank you for this good review! This seems to be a great product! It’s very important to be kind to you skin!

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  6. They seem like great patches. Quite handy for a home SPA day!

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  7. Aimee Geroux says:

    Sadly I could never use these. I am so highly allergic to bees (among other stinging bugs) 😦 But will share with some friends I know as it sounds like a really cool product!

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  8. Nicole Caudle says:

    I’ve never heard of this product before. It sounds very interesting. I’m allergic to bee stings 😦 but for my children, this may come in handy. We spend a lot of time outdoors so I need something I can carry with me.

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  9. Ana De-Jesus says:

    I like rodial too because they are cruelty free. I have never tried their micro sting patches before but I am down for anything that is different !

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  10. This sounds really unique and I’d love to try these. Unfortunately, I’m allergic to bee stings and any other flying inscets as well.

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  11. I don’t think I’d try this one, you are brave and I’m glad you liked it.

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  12. I’ve never tried this product but I think it is an interesting concept to use natural ingredients from bee venom to make your skin more youthful. I find that most people will try just about anything in their quest to be young and beautiful.

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  13. Sounds great and I’d really want to try them! Would do a patch test first though as I have sensitive skin.

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  14. OMG I want to try this! I love bee venom beauty things; there’s so many aspects of bees that gets used in beauty and I think that’s amazing!

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  15. Elizabeth O says:

    I frown a lot too and could use something like this between the brow where my squinting and frowning seem more pronounced. Interesting product.

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  16. This is such an interesting product. I never knew bee venom was an effective ingredient for beauty products. Would love to pick this up 🙂

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  17. Now these Bee Venom range, Micro-Sting Patches by Rodial sound interesting indeed. I have heard of these before but have never tried them. I don’t know if I am allergic to bees so I would be hesitant to use them. Thanks for sharing these awesome patches.

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  18. Nay @ beautyaddictmama says:

    This looks interesting but so expensive! Does it say if they are ethically sourced?

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  19. Wildish Jess says:

    The name is interesting. I thought it was going to be pokey so to speak.

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  20. Oh wow what an interesting product, who would have known a “bee sting” has benefits lol trust me I know the feeling and wouldn’t want to experience that again.

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  21. kioandlew says:

    I have a friend who would love this. She likes trying out new beauty products and this will surely be something she would be interested of buying.

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