SKINCARE

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When I was growing up, there was very little awareness (or, at least very little conversation) about the damaging effects of the sun on our skin. I also discovered at a young age that I'm highly allergic to PABA - a chemical that was in almost all sunscreens at the time. Because of that allergy, and not many PABA-free options on the market, I most often went without any sun protection at all. And, as a result, at only 35 years old, that damage runs deep. I have fine lines and dark sun spots that most women my age do not.

After spending years upon years searching for organic, botanically-based products to help reverse the damage that's been caused, it finally occurred to me that the damage on my skin needs more than just a "natural" remedy. If I am to achieve any healing, it must be through a clinically proven product. And, in all honesty, this revelation felt like a bit of a moral dilemma to me, considering my commitment to a clean, organic, all natural lifestyle. But, in a shaky leap of faith, I tried one of the Rodan & Fields product lines - and I loved it. I mean, like, saw results in a matter of days, kind of love.

I actually tried to un-love it because it is a product which combines over-the-counter medicines and active cosmetic ingredients. But, I was hooked - and thus the soul searching process of this journey began. The truth was, I needed a safe dose of clinical formulations to treat my damaged skin. And, if I was willing to accept that, than I must be absolutely certain that the formulations I chose to use were lab tested, mixed in the right concentrations, and that the company producing them was 100% committed to safety - adhering to all cosmetic FDA regulations and standards. Rodan & Fields meets all of this criteria, and then some.

In fact, I am so confident in Rodan & Fields that I have become an Independent Consultant for them.

Please view my Rodan & Fields business page to learn more. Way more.

Won't you join me in this experiencing this gift? And yes, the confidence that I've gained from having better, healthier skin is truly a gift.