I’ve been meaning to write a post updating you all on my basically melasma free skin since I started using Rodan&Fields.
I first wrote about it here and I last wrote about it here.
I started using the Reverse Regimen in July and only now (hello it’s almost December) it finished.
What I am trying to say is, even though it is a bit of a financial investment, it lasts a long time and it really works!
So, if you have problem skin check out the Unblemish Regimen. If you are worried about wrinkles, pores or loss of firmness, check out the Anti-age Regimen. If you are like I was and are tired of melasma and sunspots, check out the Reverse Regimen.
If you have any questions or are interested in the products or in becoming a Rodan&Fields consultant, please feel free to leave me a comment on this post or contact me here.
P.S.- Can I just also say that every time I put on a pair of ripped whatever, I am always reminded of my late grandfather who when I was 16 tried to give me money so I could go buy some pants with no holes. It’s funny how some things always stay with you…
earrings- Anthropologie (gifted by Will). top- GAP
cut-offs- Will’s old jeans. satchel- Zara. booties- F21
So, I have now been using the Rodan&Fields Reverse regimen for 2 months (I first wrote about it here) and not only have I noticed a huge change in my skin but so have my friends and people who see me on a daily basis.
When I first started using the Reverse regimen, the melasma on my forehead (something most women get due to hormone changes especially during/after pregnancy) was very noticeable, now, it is almost gone.
The Reverse regimen which is meant to lighten and fade brown spots and even skin tone, is an easy 4 step process which includes a cleanser, a toner, a moisturizer and a 55 spf sunscreen.
For the first week, you only use it every two days.
The second week, you use it every day.
The third week, you start using it morning and night.
The active ingredient is Hydroquinone (basically a skin whitener) so if you are pregnant, it is not suggested.