At Rodan and Fields®, we believe the best “foundation” for complexions of all kinds is great skincare and the best way to leave a lasting impression is by focusing on achieving great skin and a natural glowing complexion. “LIKE” if you are shedding the layers of makeup and loving the skin you’re in.
How are you telling people about your great skin this summer? Share with us how you’re are rising above your “skinsecurities” and taking control of your skin’s destiny. Comment below in the next 24 hours for a chance to win a Rodan + Fields® regimen of your choice.
New research published in the British Journal of Dermatology shows that regularly drinking more than one glass of alcohol a day could increase your risk of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, by up to 55%.
Tune in to our newest webisode of Coffee with Mary for advice on your journey to great skin … all in the time you could drink a cup of coffee. In this week’s webisode, Mary talks about the RF Connection and the medical questions they can and cannot answer.
Tune in to our newest webisode of Coffee with Mary for advice on your journey to great skin … all in the time you could drink a cup of coffee. In this week’s webisode, Mary talks about how you can look great without makeup.
Your nails, which are made up of keratin, are an extension of your skin. With age, your nails naturally become drier, more brittle and fragile, oftentimes even peeling at the ends.
The correlation between how we feel about our appearance and our confidence level is well documented. The fact that 80% of us feel dissatisfied with the reflection facing us in the mirror is simply unacceptable.
I have seen first-hand the difference that intelligent skincare and great skin can make in a person’s life, and I know that over-the-counter medicines can create visible change—and even transform skin. That’s why, in this month that celebrates our independence as a country, I am encouraging you to take a note from our forefathers and liberate yourself from your “skinsecurities”, declare your Skindependence and become your own dermatologist of sorts.