We’ve certainly had great results on our end, but don’t take our word for it. Read some reviews in the press:
InStyle Magazine writes: “You probably first heard of the brand due to its buzzed-about lash boost serum. It’s no joke, as InStyle editors have watched their eyelashes soar. So if that little number has peaked your interest, spend a little time exploring what other R + F products your Facebook friends are offering because the lineup is legit.” Read: The Rodan + Fields Products Worth Buying From Your Facebook Friends
“I’d heard the brand’s name around the office and through friends—always good reviews—but I had no idea what to expect going into testing the products. It has a few different product lines created to target specific skin problems like blemishes or irritation which are super easy to navigate. My favorite of everything is the hydration serum. It comes in a chic-looking dropper bottle and feels like silky water on my skin. I replaced all of my usual serums (hydrating, brightening, and repairing) with this one and my skin feels hydrated and happy. I tend to get dry when the weather changes and start getting flakey around my nose, but this kept me dewy. And I’ll never be upset about looking dewy.” —Erin Reimel, beauty assistant at Glamour Magazine
This (very relatable) review of Active Hydration Syrum from Allure Magazine totally made us giggle: “I drink about seven cups of coffee and zero cups of water a day, so around 3 p.m., my look is more “scares small children” than “glowy and fresh.” Not scaring small children was probably the best part of using the serum. But what came next was a huge relief: The dry spots were gone the next morning and never came back……The serum is basically a Big Gulp of almost every good moisturizing ingredient there is.” Read more including the scoop on the ingredients that make it work.
The New York Times (2017) writes: “Lash Boost has been a particular success for Rodan & Fields, which last year topped Neutrogena and Olay to be the top skin care brand in the United States, according to Euromonitor, a market research company. Rodan & Fields, which was founded by the dermatologists who developed Proactiv acne products, said it had more than $1 billion in annual revenue over all, with items like blemish- and line-reducing face creams.”