Rhonda Allison Radiant Renewal Serum
Rhonda Allison Radiant Renewal Serum is a warm silky serum with Rhonda's highest concentration of epidermal growth factors to ensure new skin cells are strong and healthy.
Why We Love It
Same Formula as Bio 53 Matrix and Growth Factor Serum
This serum penetrates quickly and promotes the health of new cells while accelerating wound healing. Radiant Renewal Serum is vital when working with damaged, depleted cells, commonly seen in sun-induced pigmentation and melasma skin conditions.
- Strengthens New Cells
- Promotes Tissue Strengthening
- Boost Protection Against Free Radicals
.5 oz (15ml) or 1.7 oz (50ml) | Gluten-Free | Vegan
Who Will Love It
All skin types, especially those with sun-induced pigmentation and melasma.
Dispense 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massage into clean, dry skin or layer under your favorite Pro Youth moisturizer. May experience a warming sensation.
Mix with Rhonda Allison Vita-Bright Elixir for a potent skin-strengthening cocktail!
What Are People Saying
"For the price this is my absolute fave serum. I have sensitive easily clogged skin. This RA serum goes on like a dream, absorbs easily and gives visible plumping and evening in a matter of weeks." ~ Vanessa W. Age: 39
Why Art of Skin Care?
At Art of Skin Care we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. Our philosophy is to meet you where you are and partner with you to create results that work for your individual needs. We exist to inspire you to experience your most radiant and unique self. From acne solutions to healthy aging routines, our team of seasoned estheticians will be here every step of the way. Art of Skin Care is more than just a skincare brand. It’s a journey, a lifestyle, and, most importantly, a commitment to the unique beauty of each individual.
Glycerin, Aqua (Water), rh-Oligopeptide-1 (EGF), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Alcohol, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Fumaric Acid, Superoxide Dismutase, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Benzyl Alcohol, Phospholipids