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Riiviva Microderm Launches at Ron Robinson/Fred Segal

May 29, 2013

Partnership marks the brand’s first brick-and-mortar retailer.

Riiviva Microderm will be launching in the Ron Robinson location at Fred Segal Melrose this month. Having quickly gained a cult following – including Hollywood elite – in the first three months since its launch, Riiiviva Microderm has distinguished itself from competitors as a first-of-its-kind microdermabrasion device that uses diamond tip technology to deliver beautiful, glowing skin, said the company.
This renowned luxury shopping destination is Riiviva Microderm’s first-ever brick-and-mortar retailer – it had formerly been available exclusively online. Backed by 25 years of research, it works by using a premium quality, genuine diamond tip to polish skin, gently removing the outer layer and vacuuming loosened skin cells away into a unique filter canister.
Riiviva Microderm retails for $299.00 and is available at, and in the store on Melrose Avenue in LA.

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