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Princess Kate’s £750 luxury cream back in stock and under £100


A popular face cream which has been a favourite of Princess Kate has seen its price drop to £95. The Rodial Bee Venom and Placenta 24 Carat Gold Ultimate Crème is now 87 per cent cheaper than its normal retail price.

Beauty fans have been singing the praises of the high-end face cream which is infused with 24-carat gold, bee venom and placenta. The cream is said to brighten and smooth skin, leaving users looking “10 years younger” and it promises to plump and smooth fine lines and wrinkles. It’s so effective that people are “ditching” makeup in favour of the product and even Princess Kate has been said to use it.

Fans of the product also claim that despite its small 50ml pot, it lasts “such a long time”, meaning you’ll be able to get loads of bang for your buck. It’s also so effective that people are “ditching” makeup in favour of the product and even Princess Kate has been said to use it.

The cream has been formulated to smooth and brighten your skin’s appearance and tackle the 10 visible signs of ageing. It’s been engineered with Rodial’s most concentrated anti-ageing complexes in a silicone-free formula to erase fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, enlarged pores and more.

Rodial says it contains bee venom, Vitamin C, and placenta protein to help to smooth the appearance of skin and increase tone, while Nano Peptide encased in 24 Carat Gold promotes a youthful-looking complexion.

Users of the serum have also been hyping it up with 4.7 stars out of five with more than 150 reviewers. One person Jacqui said: “I have always used ‘high-end’ (expensive) skincare. But I have never noticed such dramatic results in just a few days with any other product.

“My skin feels so much more hydrated and brighter. I use It morning and evening. It is a good base for makeup as it absorbs so well. I have reacted to some other products but have no issues with this.”

Another added: “I have always used ‘high-end’ (expensive) skincare. But I have never noticed such dramatic results in just a few days with any other product. My skin feels so much more hydrated and brighter.

“I use it morning and evening. It is a good base for makeup as it absorbs so well. I have reacted to some other products but have no issues with this.”

However, some users weren’t so thrilled. One three-star review said: “It’s ok, not something I would again it’s not my favourite cream. It doesn’t feel luxurious.”

But this product might seem a bit rich. The good news is Boots has a cheaper alternative Clinique Moisture Surge 100H Auto-Replenishing Hydrator for just £26. It has hundreds of positive reviews and won’t break the bank.

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