Rejuvalife Not Affiliated with Skin Care Products
There are a variety of online sources and Facebook advertisements promoting a skin care line under the name “RejuvAlife” or other similar sounding names. We would like to clear the air and warn consumers to beware of this possible confusion.
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Dr. Berger and his practice located in Beverly Hills, Rejuvalife Vitality Institute, are NOT affiliated with these skin care products and do not sell or promote their use. “I am very disturbed that these products have taken the RejuvAlife name and have confused consumers and possibly infringed on our brand,” says cosmetic surgeon Dr. Andre Berger, owner of RejuvaLife Vitality Institute.
Causing even further confusion, one online store offers the products with the exact name of the practice “RejuvaLife” and states that they are located in New Zealand. Dr. Andre Berger and Rejuvalife Vitality Institute team are located in the Beverly Hills area and offer all-inclusive medical and aesthetic services to patients throughout Los Angeles and southern California area. All of our solutions help in reducing or reversing the signs of aging as well as improving a patient’s quality of life. Rejuvalife never sells products online or on social media.
The RejuvaLife Vitality Institute only offers products recommended by Dr. Berger in office and should not be confused with the products you may be seeing online. Our marketing director, Tracy Berger states “We have received many calls and emails from frustrated consumers who purchased these products and mistakenly associated them with us.” The whole RejuvaLife team takes their brand very seriously and only wants to offer and promote the best to our patients. “I am concerned that the quality of these products is reflecting poorly on our practice, and we have nothing to do with them” states Tracy Berger.
If you have any concerns regarding this situation or would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Berger at the real RejuvaLife, call our office at 310.856.9173. Dr. Andre Berger would like all of his patients to understand “We take this issue seriously and will look further into our options to eliminate this confusion.”