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Disclaimer, I am a Rodan and Fields consulutant. I absolutely love the products and results of the Redefine Age Assault regimen.

I am also using Lash Boost and as of week 5, I am seeing significant results. I have several famiy members using, Reverse and Unblemish Regimens and all 7 family members love the products and results. The Unblemish Regimen truly is making life changing results for my niece and nephew who had extreme acne and one had terrible scarring. My husband and two sisters are using Reverse with the AMP MD roller and they too love the products and results.

I have a friend using Reverse, another using Redefine and 2 more using a combination of Unblemish/Redefine and another using a combo of Sooth and Unblemish, all with great results. I had one customer who returned their regimine and switched to Redefine, again, no hassle, easy and prompt return. For those having customer service issues, I'd bet your consultant, not the company is the issue. Consultants are NOT the experts, that is why Rodan and Fields have each customer go thru the Solutions Tool developed by Drs.

Rodan and Fields to determine appropriate regimens. We also have a Nurse Line available to address questions. We have training calls every week.

There may be senior consultants who over the years have gained much knowledge; however, the Solutions Tool and Nurse Line are our go to resources. When I see the drastic results of cancer patients, those with scarring, in addition to the everyday before and after photos etc., I know I am representing a great, honest company.

Product or Service Mentioned: Rodan And Fields Redefine Beauty Set.

Reason of review: Good quality.

Rodan And Fields Pros: Redefine age assault regimen.

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"First of all, remain skeptical. If you type the name of the company into Google and Google's "suggest" or "autocomplete" feature automatically fills in "scam" after it within the first few results, that indicates those exact search terms are very popular, meaning you're not the first or only person who is suspicious of the company being a scam.

You might as well avoid. (Note, however, that this feature is increasingly being thwarted by online "reputation management" companies.)

If an Internet search on the company plus the search term 'scam' reveals numerous websites/videos posing phrases like "The Truth About [particular MLM]: Is It a Scam?" and then answers that question with a predictable "of course not!", know that such sites are usually just shill sites designed to bury legitimate negative search results. Legitimate companies don't play games solely designed to hide or suppress complaints; they fix the causes for complaints. Avoid.

If you simply want to try the MLM's products, you needn't join remember that if you are not willing to buy the products at retail price from a salesperson, neither will YOUR customers.

If you decide to join in order to buy the MLM's products at "wholesale", remember that MLM is NOT a buyer's club (nor legally can it be without triggering onerous buying club laws) and is structured such that participants MUST recruit in order to offset the wholesale prices, which are generally too high to be competitive on the open market anyway (why do you think they're "selling" it through MLM?). So be sure you're buying the MLM's products because they're truly better than their direct competition and not just to participate in the scheme (*)."


My RF recruiter explained how I could make a six figure income selling thier program and products. The problem is $1500 into it and I'm finding that my friend the recruiter saturated the local market with sales pitches from her to all of my Facebook connections.

Long story short if your under the payamid (mlm) its a tough ride. $250 made after 6 months.


Your upline sold you a fairy tale. Can you make six figures, absolutely, if you live and breath R+F day and night. Only made $250, I'm guessing your heart wasn't into this endeavor.

Kelly Cagle


I've only looked into using the Lash Boost and will not use it based on the following facts:

1) Not a single ingredient listed is "active"

2) After studying the ingredients, none, and I repeat none have ANY research or scientific proof that it will do ANYTHING for the hair growth cycle for lashes.

3) I can get Latisse, which does have scientific proof of prolonging the lash growth cycle and therefore measurably proves the lashes are longer, at the same price if not a bit cheaper.

One more note, with you being a rep. your opinion is biased.


You are correct, that is why there are no claims of growing hair with lash boost. It works by plumping the hair follicle.

Great results; however, you do have to continue use or your lashes will return to their current state. No doctor appt, no prescription, costs less but if you are looking to grow your lashes, this isn't the product for you.


As stated previously, you are correct, Lash Boost doesn't claim to grow lashes. Where you might want to do more digging is on the costs and side effects.

I'm really not biased, Latisse will be preferred by some, fake lashes preferred by others and Lash Boost is an all natural way to improve the appearance of your lashes and brows. I haven't tried Latisse nor fake lashes but I am loving not having to wear mascara that by the end of the day I had rubbed off due to allergies or melted off due to hot flashes.

Different strokes for different folks. I wish you well.


Liar, it's *** and you know it


This is a very ambiguous statement, any information behind such a claim? I was using skin care sold at Massage Envy and I find the Redefine much lighter. Hard to reply to a comment such as your's?


What would possess someone to purchase skin care products at Massage Envy? For God's sake, talk to a dermatologist.


Massage Envy & R&F seem to be skin care choices for the 50+ crowd who are just not comfortable in their own skin. So SAD


Kelly Cagle - you burst on the scene with multiple comments in the beginning of the year offering glowing reports - on a pissed consumer site, which was just not too bright. Most of your posts were refuted as the typical one sided garbage we hear all the time from MLM consultants trying to make money from friends & relatives.

Please give us a break and stop with your nonsense. Grow up and own & act your age


Been there, done that. BTW, the line at Massage Envy was also created by a dermatologist.

Kelly Cagle


You are absolutely correct, I am over 50, 54 to be exact and I have Lovely skin that I would like to retain as long as possible. Call me vain or just one of the crowd bc I'm assuming you too have tried skincare products or you wouldn't be posting on this topic.


You have been brainwashed poor soul


You are so right about the brainwashing. And, she sees no problem brainwashing her family - including young children who should only use product under a Drs advice.

And, I think we can all agree that our comments gave merit - contrary to our Colorado poster. Bottom line is most of us have seen the damage this *** can do to friends and friendships - especially the rep herself.


Sorry, no brain washing. I'm not the type of consultant this site refers to.

I am not sucking my family into this, they bought willingly and with ZERO pressure. No young children, my nephew is 16 and niece is 22, they are seeing great results with the Unblemish and my niece had a lot of scarring. My own children, now adults, went to their dermatologist for years and I wish I had a tenth of the money back I spent on appts and prescriptions which didn't work. My 29 year old daughter is using the Unblemish as well.

I do not want anyone to purchase a single product through me if they do not want to. I see a lot of negative comments with zero information to back your statement and to top it off, most are anonymous. I just don't get what the purpose is of this site when no supporting information is provided. I happened upon this site and am simply amazed at the anonymous, many plain rude comments which don't even tell you what the individual has an issue with or who they are.

The dollar amount blows me away that it can even be entered without supporting information. No opportunity to respond or if there truly was an issue, to resolve it.


I am truly amazed that you insist on posting your lies with no proof on our site. All we hear from you is that you are amazing and the products are amazing and everybody buys from Kelly willingly.

Where's the proof? Are you selling your amazing products to all of these immediate family at a profit? If you are, shame on you! If not, where's the proof?

Where are the posts from your users stating that our Mom and Aunt is the greatest? She gets us these great products that makes my skin beautiful at costs. Where are their totally inretouched before and after pictures?

Where's the proof? So far you just sound like the run of the mill scummy consultant.


I used R&F products for about 8 months which were recommended by a consultant for my skin type, etc. Results?

Nada. Maybe because I was already using a good, high quality skin care line. I regret falling into the R&F trap and only did so because I was guilted into it and I am a sucker. The worst part of all is that the consultant never ever stopped trying to get me to sell.

I don't have time, don't need the supposed little bit of money to be made selling, don't want to spend money on a kit and most of all, I know myself. I am not a salesperson. I would starve on the street before I sold anything. The consultant had an answer for everything.

She drove me CRAZY to the point that when I see her, I quickly look the other way, have blocked her # and stopped following her FB posts. Then this weekend, I met a very nice lady at a ladies meeting. Turns out she's a R&F consultant also with the same tactics as the other consultant. And the *** FB posts!

Please stop this *** Another one to unfollow! These people are like a cult of freaks talking about "the company", same spiel, same micro-facial sample, same FB posts. Cult!

Someone please deprogram them!


I agree, there are many consultants who just don't stop. However, there are many who truly have their heart in this business and have seen the products work.

Sorry you couldn't stand up to this consultant and simply say NO and NEVER.

I want folks to ask me if they are interested, I do not hound anyone. Do I use FB, yes, social media is how to get the word out. I personally try to keep posts to once a week.

This beats all the invites to the endless parties I continue to receive. It is easy to unfollow someone who probably wasn't that great of a friend to begin with or you wouldn't have been hounded. If someone isn't interested in the weekly posts I do, they simply pass them by. As far as recruiting, I guess I'm a failure b/c I do not recruit, someone will have to express an interest for me to talk about this.

If your heart isn't in it for the right reasons, you shouldn't be a consultant. As far as "my family and friends don't support me" that I have heard, sorry, not their place to support you, either you have a product for them or you don't.

I'm glad you have great skin already, and am sure you will find a skin care line that will continue to work for you. You are blessed.


So glad you admitted to being an R&F rep or else I couldn't possibly understand why you are on a pissed consumer site. I guess you never heard the good business acumen of not putting all your eggs in one basket.

BTW,I was having a little trouble following the family tree. Are you a Kardashian?

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