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Laura DeVelis March 15, 2014 at 09:17 AM
Hello Elizabeth - I invite you to visit http://www.rodanandfields.com/rfconnection/ to find answers Read Moreto your questions. If you have known skin concerns, please take the ingredient list to review with your Dermatologist. Thank you, Laura DeVelis
Elizabeth Fletcher Glenn March 15, 2014 at 10:10 AM
Thanks, Laura. I'm not trying to be 'difficult' but we consumers are learning to ask questions inRead Morer egard to personal safety, aren't we. Walmart, Target, etc., have promised to check the ingredients in products they are selling. Johnson & Johnson just this year removed formaldehyde (identified by government scientists as a carcinogen) from its baby (no tears) shampoo - which had been listed as 'Quaternium-15'. So, likewise, it would be helpful to have an informed 'lens' such that we could best understand the ingredients in products you are recommending - even in regard to, for example, something as simple as 'fragrance' (what specific chemicals?). Thanks! Elizabeth Fletcher Glenn
Laura DeVelis March 15, 2014 at 12:19 PM
Elizabeth - the website I gave you addresses several commonly asked questions regarding the safetyRead Moreo f the products. Additionally, you may contact the RF Connection team of nurses directly. "The safety and efficacy of our products is our primary concern. As a result we follow all FDA guidelines and constantly review ingredient information and testing data. We are also members of the Personal Care Products Council (PCPC) which initiated the Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) Expert Panel as an independent, nonprofit, scientific body that assesses the safety of ingredients used in cosmetics and skincare products. In addition, we conduct irritancy testing on all of our products and all of our regimens undergo dermatologist-run third party clinical testing to ensure safety and efficacy." Regards, Laura DeVelis
Andrew Sylvia (Editor) December 19, 2013 at 05:14 PM
I totally agree with Steven on this one! Then again, it all evens out - definitely not fun beingRead Moredow n there in July in 110 degree temps!
Amber December 19, 2013 at 05:20 PM
The weekend I moved it was 112 degrees here, with 20% humidity. In Westford it was 100 degrees with Read More80% humidity. I'd say my weekend was better. ;) But in general terms, yes. The difference is I can still go out for a run or ride at night in the summer here, in the winter there you're still stuck inside freezing, shoveling, and losing power. That's why so many people just snowbird. Best of both worlds.
Steven Sadowski December 19, 2013 at 07:19 PM
Do they have cats that roam about the neighborhoods there? (Inside joke, sorry)