Mary Radford, RN details how to transition from the old to the new REVERSE regimen.
Lena Dunham and her fictional BFFs on the hit HBO show Girls are definitely “living the dream … one mistake at a time,” just like the show’s slogan says. But not caring for your skin is one mistake that real-life Millennials can’t afford to make.
There was a time when women believed they could do little or nothing about the state of their skin and the ravages of aging. Thanks to advances in skincare science, we now understand that genetics account for just 20% of visible aging changes, and the remaining 80% depend on habits and lifestyle. Today, it is possible to become an active participant in “the march against time” and the quest for healthier, more attractive skin.
Imagine cookies without milk, a wink without a smile, blogs without comments, Rodan without Fields. While each is great alone, in partnership, they’re even better.
Mary Radford, RN details tips for blending the REVERSE Dual Active Brightening Complex. Watch this webisode of Coffee with Mary to learn more.
“Just as this ‘pair o’ docs’ is much more dynamic as a duo, so are certain skincare ingredients and products. That’s why 1+1 sometimes equal 3.”
–Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields
While Brangelina and Beyoncé and Jay still reign supreme as celebrity super couples, when it comes to skincare ingredients, the “it” duo is Vitamin C and Retinol.