Skincare solution: Rodan + Fields Redefine Regimen for Anti-Aging

Skincare, skincare, skincare… Can you ever really have enough of it?

The answer is obviously no!

I get to try out a lot of direct-sale beauty brands, and for the most part, I really enjoy their products. One of these brands, which is a little bit more pricier than their counterparts, is Rodan + Fields (R+F).

In case you aren’t familiar with R+F, they are a direct-sales skincare line that is backed by a scientific approach, meaning that their products are developed with doctors, PhDs, and research & development experts.  They have a number of skincare regimens and each one is targeted towards a different skincare concern. Each regimen consists of products, that when used together, addresses your specific needs.

For the past few months I have been using their Redefine regimen (C$242) most days of the week (when I’m not trying out other products). This regimen features their Multi-Med Therapy, which is based on delivering the right ingredients in the right formulations in the right order for the most visible results.  Included in the package are four products, that when used together, help to visibly improve fine lines, wrinkles, and loss of firmness, leaving you with younger-looking skin.

Rodan + Fields Redefine Regime

This line includes the the Redefine Daily Cleansing Mask (125 ml), the Redefine Pore Minimizing Toner (125 ml), the Redefine Triple Defense Treatment SPF 30 (30 ml) and the Redefine Overnight Restorative Cream (30 ml).

Start first with the Redefine Daily Cleansing Mask (C$52), which can be use morning and night, and is an exfoliating cleanser that visibly softens and smooths skin, as well as purifies pores.  Apply this to your face and leave on for a couple minutes before rinsing off. Remember to be mindful around the eye area since it does have exfoliating beads in it.

Afterwards, apply the Redefine Pore Minimizing Toner (C$58), which is a toner with clarifying ingredients that minimizes the appearance of pores.  This feels so good on your skin after the cleanser, and your skin feels so soft after the two when used together.

To moisturize, you actually get two different ones in this set. The daytime moisturizer, which is the Redefine Triple Defense Treatment SPF 30 (C$102), is actually a hydrating sunscreen that, when used regularly, will visibly improve lines, wrinkles, and skin firmness. I love how this moisturizer has SPF 30 in it, meaning that I don’t need to apply another sunscreen after my moisturizer in the morning.  This also doesn’t have any scent to it, which is nice since sunscreen can have that chemically scent.

Finally, for the nighttime, apply the Redefine Overnight Restorative Cream (C$94), which is an ultra-moisturizing night cream that works through the night to visibly firm skin, while reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Rodan + Fields Redefine Regime

Like I said, I have been using these products pretty regularly since I got them a couple months ago and have really enjoyed how they make my skin look and feel.  I have pretty young-looking skin anyways, so these just help keep me young and keep those wrinkles and fine lines at bay.

Now I do have to admit that this set is pretty pricey, especially considering that you don’t get an eye treatment or a serum in here (you can find both of those separately in the R+F line and there is in fact a Redefine Multi-Function Eye Cream).  I guess you technically don’t need a serum with this since the brand says that this is all you need, but I do like to apply one anyways.  I would recommend definitely applying an eye cream though since that area of skin on your face is more delicate than the rest.

I really like regimen and enjoy applying the products in here (especially that cleanser, it feels so good on the skin).  If you can afford it, I would look at giving it a go.  The price does seem high, however, all these items are very expensive when sold separately ($306 compared to $242!).

Have you tried the Rodan + Fields Redefine regimen?

Please note, products sent by PR. All opinions are my own.

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