YouTuber Rachell Valkyrae’ RFLCT Digital Blue Light Skin Protection

Rflct.com, an e-commerce store, promotes the RFLCT Skincare line:

  • Lip Guard Moisture Balm
  • Aura Reset Facial Gel Cleanser
  • Resurrection Eye Mask
  • Screen Shield Defense Face Moisturizer
  • Eye Revive Gel Treatment

RFLCT Founder

The founder of RFLCT is no other than the popular YouTuber and video gamer, Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter. Valkyrae recently partnered with Ideavation Labs, a subsidiary of IdeavationLabs LLC, to produce a skincare line to combat blue light damage.

Image: Rflct.com

IdeavationLabs is a Delaware-registered Limited Liability Company. The company was incorporated on December 31, 2020, according to the Delaware Department of State: Division of Corporations website.

Image: Delaware Department Of State Division of Corporations

RFLCT Faces Criticism For Blue Light Protection Claim

Valkyrae is facing criticism from social media users, following the announcement of her new skincare line. Valkyrae claims her RFLCT skincare products protect against digital blue light emission. Social media critics pointed out, evidence validating blue light skin damage exists is lacking.

Valkyrae responded to her social media critics, calling their response “valid”. Publicly admitting to being confused about RFLCT’s launch, Valykrae state her team is working on an update for the official site.

RFLCT Skincare products are still available via the official website.

Domain Information

The website was registered on May 22, 2012.

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Afterword – RFLCT Scam

Is RFLCT a scam? RFLCT makes questionable computer blue light skin damage, providing no evidence to support its claims. The founder, Rachell Hofstetter, co-founder of 100 Thieves, admits she was “confused” about the launch of her new skincare line. Hofstetter claims the RFLCT team is working to update the content on the brand’s website.

If there was an issue with the RFLCT website content, why would Valkyrae and her team take it down? Instead, the site is in full operation.

RFLCT claims blue light contributes to wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, free radical stimulation, and enhanced skin laxity, according to the website content.

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