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Rodan and Fields Acute Care

Rodan and Fields Launches

Redefine Acute Care

(Available as of January 5, 2015)

Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields, the Doctors that created Proactiv have released another revolutionary product, Redefine Acute Care.  This is a game changer in the skincare industry.  The patent Liquid Cone technology allows Hyaluronic Acid to absorb into your skin to fill an expression line, without the need for a needle.
PURCHASE HERE: Acute Care
 
Hyaluronic Acid is the ingredient found in common fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm.  It is found naturally in the skin, but you loose an increasing amount with age.  It holds 1,000 times its weight in water, and helps to plump up wrinkles.  Acute Care is an incredible alternative to fillers that gives you lasting results.  When used with the Redefine daily skincare regiment, and the Redefine AMP MD system, will extend the life of your results.

Redefine Acute Care is a small transparent patch, placed on an expression line around the around and below the eyes, smile lines, forehead, above upper lip, and worn overnight.  Some people see results in just one use!  It is recommended to use a patch on the same expression line, every third night, 10 times total.  Then, you can take a break and do maintenance quarterly.  A box of Acute Care comes with 10 pairs (2 to a pair).

The beauty industry is buzzing!!!
 
Here is a short video of the Doctors sharing some information about Acute Care, and some fantastic consultant testimonials:

 
Hyaluronic Acid and SH-Oliogopeptide-1 are the only ingredients in Acute Care.


Fill a wrinkle while you sleep, no needle required.  GROUNDBREAKING!!!
 
Rodan + Fields is replacing the need for dermal filler injections, one beautiful face at a time.
 
I would love to share more information on Redefine Acute Care, the Redefine Daily Regimen, and our Redefine AMP MD System.
 
Please contact me for information on products or the Rodan + Fields business opportunity, that will soon be breaking into Canada and Japan.

For additional before and after photos see a past blog post on Acute Care here.

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