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What is Retinol?
Retinol is naturally produced by your body it is a form of Vitamin A
Vitamin A comes from two sources. One group, called retinoids, comes from animal sources and includes retinol. The other group, called carotenocids, comes from plants and includes beta-carotene. The body converts beta-carotene to vitamin A. Major carotenoids, including lycopene, lutein, and zeaxantuin, have important biological properties, including antioxidant and photoprotective activities.
Retinols have long been known by dermatologists worldwide as one of the most effective treatments for increasing collagen in the skin. Retinol serum also stimulates the production of new blood vessels in the skin which helps to fade age spots and softens dry patches of skin. Retinol improves the skins hydration as it reduces fine lines and wrinkles by plumping up the skin.Most people get discouraged since retinol doesn’t show results immediately. It is a slow and steady process. We recommend using a small amount daily on your troubled spots and you should see excellent results after 4 months and the best results can be seen after a year.
When you first start using our retinol serum you should go through a process called “retinization.” This is when you skin is getting used to the serum and you might see some redness along with dryness. This is normal since your skin is adjusting to the process and you need to continue using the product until your skin starts to clear. Some people with sensitive skin may develop a rash, if so just stop for a day or two and then continue with a smaller amount.
Some of the 6 Common uses of retinol include the following:
1. Helps unclog and shrink your pores
2. Smooths and exfoliates your skin
3. Reduces the appearance of pigmentation
4. Improves your skins overall hydration
5. Treats acne
6. Reduces fine lines, crows feet and wrinkles
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