Rodan & Fields Eye Cream
As we get older, it’s always nice to find skin care products that work for our skin and budget. And yet it’s also true that this tends to be one area where women will gladly spend more money.
If you haven’t heard about Rodan & Fields yet, then let me introduce you to this company. This is a company not sold in stores, but dependent on their consultants for great service and individualized attention. Since many of you already know the LuLaRoe clothing company somewhat, I’ll compare Rodan & Fields to them except with a different kind of product.
Most of us by now, already know some basics about how our skin reacts and what it needs. However if you don’t, Rodan & Fields, has a Solutions Tool: https://ldouglas3.myrandf.com/Pages/OurProducts/GetAdvice/SolutionsTool that can be very helpful.
Leah (along with her daughter, Madeline) pictured below is the consultant who reached out to me to try this eye cream.
I’ve talked about makeup for your eyes on the blog before (check out the post here), but all of that business always works better with a great foundation. And a great foundation is the entire building block of this company. The research, trials & ingredients in each of their products is well studied.
And for those of you with sensitive skin, the company does have a no questions asked 60 day return policy.
All of that being said, I’m sure you would like to know if it really helps. A little background about me and my skin. My skin is quite dry considering that I live in an arid state. I have a fair complexion with some incidences of basal cell skin cancer. The gifted eye cream got used every evening with my usual cleanser, serum and night cream for 3 weeks. I was also able to use it some mornings too, but not as diligently.
Well here’s my before and after photos with no makeup. You tell me if you can see a difference.
Now truthfully—I wasn’t expecting miracles! I realize nothing is going to take away my smiles lines and that’s just fine with me. But I was completely surprised with these photos. I can really see that the lines are not as deep after using this cream. I tried to smile the same for the after picture, and it may be that they aren’t perfectly the same. However, I do think there is a significant difference in the eye area from the before to after.
For all of my readers, Leah is offering a special price of $60 (includes taxes & shipping) for each eye cream. This is an $18 savings over ordering the Retail price on her website. This offer is valid through November 30. To order, please send her an email firstname.lastname@example.org and she’ll get you set up!
In addition to the eye cream special, she is also offering another deal! For anyone who signs up as a preferred customer and places an order over $80 before November 30, she will reimburse your $19.95 preferred customer fee. Signing up as a Preferred Customer gives you 10% off all products and free shipping on any order over $80 (which is great because shipping will cost you $11.95!). The $19.95 is a one time fee. You’ll never have to pay it again as Leah’s preferred customer. To sign up and start the ordering process follow this link: https://ldouglas3.myrandf.com/Pages/OurProducts/PCProgram. She will paypal or snail mail you a check for the reimbursement.
This is also the perfect time to think about gifts for the holiday season upon us. Do you have someone who is impossible to shop for? A mom-to-be? Hostess gift? Thank you gift? Rodan and Fields has something to offer everyone and different price points to meet your budget. To check out the complete product line, visit: https://ldouglas3.myrandf.com/. For any questions or comments, please contact Leah at email@example.com.