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August 5, 2019

How to Tell if You’re Overworking Your Skin

By Mary Radford, RN Here’s a concept for you: Too much of a great thing can really be not-so-great for your skin. Using too many skincare products too frequently and/or too enthusiastically can overwork your skin, leaving it looking and…


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August 21, 2018

Pack Light: Skincare Products That Fit in Your Carry-On

With air travelers limited to a small number of products in tiny sizes, It can be challenging to pack your entire beauty routine into a carry-on bag. These eight great skincare products are sized to comply with security restrictions, so…


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March 16, 2018

Why You Should Wear Sunscreen Indoors

By now, you already know that you should be wearing sunscreen whenever you are outside, even if it's not sunny, because the sun's rays can still reach and damage your skin on a cloudy day. What you may not know,…


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February 21, 2018

How to Soothe Sensitive Skin This Winter

Everyone wants a smooth, even complexion year-round, but sensitive skin requires special care in winter. Luckily, it takes just a few tweaks to your SOOTHE Regimen to make a remarkable difference in how your skin looks and feels in cold…


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January 28, 2017

Seeing Red? Rescue Your Skin

From blustery days to cool, dry temperatures, winter weather can take a toll on your complexion. Whether you’re facing occasional redness or prone to more frequent chapping and peeling—not to worry.  SOOTHE™ Regimen is on your side, featuring a complete…


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November 4, 2016

MAKING YOUR BEAUTY SLEEP COUNT

November is National Sleep Comfort Month. At Rodan + Fields, we’re all about getting our beauty rest—and for good reason. Sleep is when your body recovers from a busy day, and your skin cells undergo repair and turn over slightly…


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October 13, 2016

What if there Were Only Happily Ever Afters?

Life changes. And skin changes. But WHAT IF you could control you skin’s destiny?  You can.  You control 80% of your skin’s future (only 20% is genetic).  And that’s great news! The choices you make today will affect the way…


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September 23, 2016

Quick Tips for Flawless-Looking Fall Skin

As the seasons change, so do our skincare needs. Hot, humid months turn crisp and cool, exposing skin to a variety of environmental stressors. Stay ahead of the seasonal skincare curve with easy tips and effective products that keep your…


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May 27, 2016

Fact vs. Fiction: Fair-skinned people always have sensitive skin

  FICTION. While all ethnicities are more or less equally prone to sensitive skin, having light-toned skin does not mean that you are destined to suffer from sensitivity. As Dr. Katie Rodan notes, “Despite all the studies, the medical and…


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May 3, 2016

How Do I Tell If I Have Sensitive Skin?

For some people, sensitivity means red-looking skin in severe weather, or the appearance of bumps and redness after using a new soap or skincare product. For others, razor burn strikes after every shave. Or sometimes stress makes their skin go…


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March 14, 2016

Spotlight on Rosacea: Lifestyle and Genetics May Play Equal Roles

For the more than 16 million Americans that are estimated to suffer from rosacea today, the causes of this chronic skin condition have long been debated. The dreaded signs, including facial redness, bumps, visible blood vessels and watery eyes, associated…


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November 21, 2015

Do I need to change my exfoliation routine with the change in seasons?

Dr. Kathy Fields: You may find your skin needs extra attention and moisture during the harsh winter months or in dry climates. Follow the tips below to help promote cell turnover and keep your skin moisturized: Exfoliate to prepare the…


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