Retinol #1 Antiaging Ingrediant


Retinol was first approved by the FDA as a treatment for acne almost 40 years ago, it quickly became apparent that retinol went beyond acne treatment to make the skin as a whole significantly smoother, brighter, and less wrinkled.


A skincare ingredient that works continuously and reduces wrinkles in just one week as well as keeps your skin soft, young and radiant is Retinol. Retinol, which is a derivative form of vitamin A, reverses the aging process by targeting and fighting fine line and wrinkles as well as dark spots leaving your skin soft, firm, brighter, and refined.

Start using Retinol in your 30's

Start using retinol in your 30s. Dermatologist Dr. Howard Murad recommends starting retinol products in your 30s because "by your 40s, it’s time to add a retinol product in your night care routine. Retinol is commercially available as a cream, lotion, serum or oil to treat acne, wrinkles and other effects of aging, You also can buy over-the-counter retinol products to target specific areas of your body, such as your lips, hands and eyes.

Common Treatment of Acne

The Vitamin-A compound works by unclogging pores and neutralizing the free radicals that cause wrinkles. The cream is widely available over the counter, but prescription-strength derivatives may be required for more severe skin problems. The most common use of retinol face cream is for the treatment of acne

Recommended by Dermatologist for daily skincare

Many Dermatologist recommend Retinol skin products for your daily skin care. You can find retinal in many skin care products, they are widely available on store shelves. Make sure your skincare products contain retinal The vitamin-A compound works by unclogging pores and neutralizing the free radicals that cause wrinkles. .

Retinol found in stores
Retinol is best used at night time.

Retinol is best used at night. The ingredient is photosensitive, so is most effective at night. Dr. Jaliman says, “In daytime products, retinol will have the opposite effect and actually make skin age faster because it is more susceptible to the sun, always apply sunscreen.daily.

Should Retinol be used on the neck? You should care for your neck the same way

Treat Neck with Retinol the same time when treating your face.

you care for your face, including treatment with retinol products. Because the skin on the neck is thinner and may be more sensitive, apply a small amount of retinol cream on your neck and build up slowly until you are using the same amount as you use on your face. Thin skin on the neck can benefit from the collagen-building aspects of retinol, which may have a tightening effect on lax skin in this area. Don't skip the sunscreen: thin neck skin is more susceptible to sun damage, which can cause wrinkles and sagging

How Retinol Works

How Retinol Works? Regular use of retinols speeds up skin cell turnover that slows down with the natural aging process. They can help acne sufferers by reducing blackheads and helping shrink pores. Retinoids are especially effective in anti-aging products because of their ability to stimulate the production of collagen in the skin as well as helping minimize collagen breakdown

Does not thin out your skin

Retinol doesn’t thin your skin. According to Dr. Leslie Baumann, this is only partially true. Retinol actually makes your skin thicker, but it also thins out the top layer of dead skin cells. Dr. Baumann explains, “Retinoids may thin out that dead superficial layer of epidermal skin, but they actually help thicken the living dermis underneath. The dermis is the important layer when it comes to skin aging because wrinkles occur in the dermis.”

How does Retinol fight Acne

How does Retinol prevents acne. Vitamin A helps to cut down excess sebum (oil) production, unclogs pores, and prevents dead cells from clogging pores. Because the ingredient unclogs pores, it can also help other acne-fighting medications you might be using get in to fight off potential pimples.

Retinol is considered the gold standard in anti-aging technology. There is new anti-aging ingredients coming out that is promising and exciting, but the challenge for these new ingredients is will they measure up to Retinol? Only time will tell!

As you can see, retinol rocks! However before you do invest in a good retinol product, please be sure to consult a qualified medical expert who can guide you on what is suitable for your own skincare and health needs.

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