Retinol, Hyaluronic acid and Vitamin E
Retinol (Vitamin A) accelerates cells turnover on the outermost layer of the skin (epidermis), It rejuvenates and reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Combining Vitamin A & E with Hyaluronic acid reverse signs of aging and keep the skin moisturised. The potent ingredient Hyaluronic acid retains moisture and prevent damage caused by dryness. in addition Vitamin E enhances the skin immune system and help cells to regenerate. It is known by its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that make skin look radiant and smooth.
Retinol ( Retinoid, Vitamin A, Derivative of Retin A ) fights typical signs of aging such as wrinkles, fine lines, crow’s feet and stimulates collagen production. It fastens cell turnover, fades age spots and sun spots, restores elasticity, reduces hyperpigmentation marks and discoloration on the face.
Naturally occurring moisturizer compound in the skin which decreases as we age. Hyaluronic Acid preserves the elasticity and the firmness of the skin with its moisture retention properties, It plumps the skin to even out wrinkles, giving skin a softer feel, and a more youthful appearance.
Essential nutrients the body needs to support the skin immune system and help cells to regenerate. It is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that make skin look radiant and smooth. Vitamin E also prevents damage caused by environmental pollutants. As an Antioxidant, it is a molecule that can safely interact with free radicals and terminate the chain reaction before vital molecules are damaged.
Directions of use
Apply a dime-sized amount to a clean, dry face as part of your PM skincare regimen. Gently pat into the skin, avoiding the eye area. Recommended to be used after light, water-based serums but before heavy moisturisers. Limit usage to 2-3 times a week, gradually increasing frequency to every other night as skin builds tolerance. Use with a sunscreen of SPF 30+ as retinol encourages the growth of new skin which should not be exposed to harmful UV rays. All Vitamin A derivatives rapidly break down when exposed to the sun and air. Ensure that bottle is tightly capped after usage.
Note: This potent formula contains RETINOL 1.5%. Patch test before use is recommended to avoid skin irritation or burning.
Caution: If used as a daytime product, retinol will have the opposite effect and make skin age faster.
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- Appearance of fine lines
- Appearance of wrinkles
- Loss of firmness
- Skin dehydration
- Dull complexion
- Dark spots
Frequently asked questions
Retinol, the vitamin A derivative, belongs to the retinoid family and is primarily used in skincare products. It works by accelerating cell renewal, increasing collagen production, and reducing signs of aging. Retinol can also treat severe acne by preventing pore-clogging.
Retinol regulates sebum function, keeping pores unclogged and thus reduces inflammation. It is used to treat acne, scars and maintain a healthy skin tone. Retinol is a powerful ingredient that helps to diminish wrinkles, smooths the lines, and stimulates collagen production. It minimizes the appearance of age spots, sun damage and promotes firm skin.
Retinol has exfoliation properties that improve skin tone and removes dead skin cells, stimulating its renewal. The molecules penetrate deep into the dermis, boosting collagen and elastin production, thereby reducing fine lines, wrinkles and shrinking the pores.
When you start with retinol, choose the right products for your skin needs and begin with a low concentration to see how your skin reacts. You can incorporate retinol into your skincare routine once a week and slowly adjust the frequency of use, for instance, two times, three times a week, and then every other night. Apply a thin layer to your cleansed skin, wait until the retinol is absorbed and finish with cream or moisturizer. Do not use retinol together with peeling or acid products; these may cause even more irritation. Always use SPF in the morning, as the skin becomes vulnerable to the sun.
For sensitive skin, choose the gentlest formula, for instance, Adapalene type that has minor irritation effects and at the same time fights well with acne and has an anti-aging effect. It is recommended to select a product with a low concentration of retinol to avoid burning effects and build up a tolerance before increasing the use.
Yes, you can use retinol products around the eye area. It will help to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and dark circles. The product should be specially formulated for the delicate eye area and have a mild form to minimize side effects.
Yes, retinol is safe for black skin; however, it is recommended to select a low concentration of retinol and slowly incorporate it into a routine. After long-term use, retinol should improve skin firmness and elasticity.
The common side effects are irritation, redness, dryness, and skin sensitivity; however, you should build up your skin’s tolerance to a product after two to three weeks. People suffering from conditions such as rosacea, contact allergies, and sensitivities should be careful when using retinol. For those, the retinol application may cause burning, redness, and peeling effects.
Women who plan on getting pregnant or pregnant women should avoid using retinol. Also, people with hypersensitivity, rosacea, or eczema should seriously consider using retinol and possibly best to find an alternative product.
The first result can be seen already after one month of usage - clear skin, shrink pores. If you are treating acne, it may take up to three or six months. Using retinol for the long-term is effective in producing new collagen, minimizing wrinkles, and fading dark spots. Also, regular use of low-strength retinoids is still effective and makes noticeable changes in the skin.