Vitamin A / Retinol

Clinical studies proves that long-term use of Vitamin A / Retinol can dramatically improve sun damaged skin and signs of ageing. It is highly effective as its molecules are able to fully penetrate the outer layer of skin and reach the middle layer called dermis. By delivering ingredients to the living cells in dermis, retinol is able to produce more noticeable results than other ingredients that affect only the outer layer. Retinol is widely known to even out fine lines, diminish the appearance of hyperpigmentation and improve sun damaged skin. In addition, it has beneficial effects on skin tone, pores and blemishes/acne.

Vitamin A / Retinol should not be used while pregnant or lactating.
Use with caution if troubled with eczema, rosacea or couperose.
Expect full effect after 6-12 weeks of continous use.

Clinical studies
Retinol has been researched in numerous clinical studies. Archives of Dermatology proved that continous use of Retinol for 24 weeks significantly diminishes the appearance of fine lines and boosts the production of collagen. Sun damages are also improved, showed a study of October, 2009.

How to use

  1. Apply PM on cleansed skin
  2. Use very little product – the size of a pea should cover entire face
  3. Follow with moisturizer 20 minutes after applying Retinol / Vitamin A
  4. Always use SPF during daytime
  5. If skin is left irritated or red, pause your treatment and treat with rich moisturizer
  6. Adjust frequency based on how your skin tolerates the treatment
  7. After 9 months of continous use, reduce frequency to 2-3 times per week to maintain results.