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Rodan And Fields VS Nerium

Updated on February 15, 2016

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What Is Nerium

The active ingredient in Nerium is a poisonous leaf of oleander. A plant that is very poisonous. This plant is the active ingredient in Nerium. Oleander does not penetrate the skin. There have been many say they were allergic to the cream. Nerium does have several lawsuits right now. When I used this product, my face turned slightly reddish and burned a little. I did not notice significant improvement within a month and I still have half a bottle in my drawer.


Here is the ingredient list: NAE-8 Proprietary Blend (aloe barbadensis leaf, nerium oleander leaf extract), aloe barbadensis leaf, Proprietary Protein (collagen, elastin, glycosaminoglycans), oryza sativa bran oil, stearic acid, cetearyl glucoside and cetearyl alcohol, glycerin, c14-22 alcohol and c12-alkyl glucoside, glyceryl stearate, ricinus communis, cetyl alcohol, olus oil, chondrus crispus powder, sodium borate, dicaprylyl ether, hydrolyzed quinoa, sodium isostearoyl lactylate, dimethicone, sodium PCA, Proprietary Blend (Caprylyl Glycol, glycerin, glyceryl, caprylate, phenylpropanol), parfum, sodium hydroxymethylglycinate, tocopherol.



What Is Rodan And Fields

Rodan and Fields was created by Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields, the dermatologists who developed and had great commercial success with Proactiv, the leading anti-acne regimen. They have a marketing budget of zero and they rely on their customers to sell the product by word of mouth. They address 4 main skin concerns.


Their line has:
Redefine: For Lines, pores and loss of firmness.
Reverse: For brown spots and discoloration.
Unblemish: For acne and post acne spots.
Soothe: For sensitive skin
They also offer a makeup line.

Here you can purchase Rodan And Fields from a consultant:

https://brandiy.myrandf.com/Shop


They put their products out there as a direct customer selling line. This is how Mary Kay started. Rodan and Fields is the newest product offering to help with skin discoloration. That is a tough skin problem. Their reverse line has 2% hydroquine so this is almost a prescription strength formula.


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Rodan And Fields Or Nerium?

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