Retinol is a member of the Retinoid family, a group of Vitamin-A compounds that have been used for many decades to treat sun damage and reverse the visible signs of aging. Retinol has a unique ability to penetrate deep into the skin’s dermal layers to stimulate collagen production and increase cellular turnover. Regular use can improve epidermal thickness, skin’s moisture content and reveal a brighter and healthier complexion. This formula is enriched with Vitamin-C, Vitamin-E and shea butter.
Am I a Good Candidate for Retinol?
If you’d like to reduce wrinkles, brighten your complexion and stimulate collagen, retinol 1% can help your skin look more youthful and healthy. For prevention, 0.3% retinol used several times a week can make a great addition to your anti-aging skincare regime.
Apply a small amount to dry skin, use at night only. Retinol may cause some initial redness or irritation. This is normal if you’ve never used retinol before. Use once or twice a week to start, gradually increasing to nightly use.