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The renowned American streaming sensation Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter has spent the past two years breaking records after another. After a few months of being the owner of the 100 Thieves the 29-year-old revealed she was co-founder of RFLCT. co-founder and founder of the RFLCT brand, which is a line of products for skin designed specifically to reduce blue light pollution for people who are constantly in front of a screen.

A section of the community has praised this American streamer for her work. Others believe it’s a ploy and a solution for an issue that isn’t there.

Some have accused her of profiting from the young and enthralled audience. The streamer has been accused for selling fake science and selling a product that renders people feel uneasy.

Valkyrae explains the ways in which RFLCT is available to anyone

The Content Creator of Year been clear about her position about how she would like to be more involved in the community. She has stated on numerous occasions that she would like to participate in larger projects and contribute an even greater amount of time to community and she doesn’t want to limit her role to that of a popular streamer.

Hofstetter has stated that she is aware of the suffering of people who suffer similar to her, who have to sit for hours in front of a screen in the digital age that is growing.

To fight its harmful consequences the RFLCT was introduced as a single-stop solution. What she said is:

The variety of products available under the brand name Rae’s includes the following items:

  1. Aura Reset Facial Gel Cleanser ($18)
  2. Screen Shield Moisturizer for Defense Face ($24)
  3. Eye Revive Gel Treatment ($20)
  4. The Reserruction Mask for Eyes ($24)
  5. Lip Guard Moisture Balm ($12)

The site also has the combo pack for $20 which includes three products: Gel Cleanser, Face Moisturizer as well as an Rejuvenate the Eye Gel. Unfortunately, the items are available only in the US at the moment.

She has also big plans to expand the reach of the products for skincare to other areas of the world when her business picks up.

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Christopher Stern
Christopher Stern is a Washington-based reporter. Chris spent many years covering tech policy as a business reporter for renowned publications. He has extensive experience covering Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Federal Trade Commissions. He is a graduate of Middlebury College. Email:[email protected]

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