Sunday, 20 July 2014

Product Spotlight: SOOTHE

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Rodan + Fields products are available in Canada in Fall 2014

There are many reasons why our skin becomes more sensitive overtime. A small percentage of us have underlying skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, or psoriasis, while a larger percentage are likely to have a genetic pre-disposition making them more susceptible to the impact of the environment, including stress, climate change, travel, sun exposure, cosmetic overuse, and mechanical irritation (friction or rubbing). 

For some of you, skin sensitivity may produce dry, red, itchy patches, while in others it may cause sensory symptoms such as burning, stinging, tenderness, and itching without any visible changes. So the question remains...Where do you turn when your skin can't take it anymore? 

Calm your skin with Rodan + FIelds clinically proven SOOTHE regimen. This regimen is clinically proven to reduce redness and irritation in as little as 5 minutes.

It helps shield you skin against the biological and environmental aggressors that can trigger inflammation, helps fortify your skin’s natural moisture barrier, calms visible redness, and reduces irritation so that you can take comfort in having a healthy-looking complexion every day. 

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The SOOTHE Regimen includes a gentle Cream Wash, a sensitive skin treatment, a moisture replenishing cream, and a mineral sunscreen.

The SOOTHE regimen can also help with other skin irritations. Check these out:

  • SOOTHE Gentle Cream Wash doubles as a calming shaving lotion to help reduce razor burn and irritation. 
  • If you suffer from razor burn, use SOOTHE Sensitive Skin Treatment as an after-shave balm. This will calm the red bumps and itchiness that can follow shaving for both men and women. 
  • If you forgot to reapply your sunscreen and find yourself with a sunburn (shame on you), SOOTHE Sensitive Skin Treatment will help reduce the inflammation 
STay tuned for more product spotlights on Rodan + Fields skincare products as we approach the launch in Canada Fall of 2014. Message me for me details about the launch.

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