Skin care with retinol / vitamin A

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    Retinol serum: Intensive skin care with an anti-aging effect

    Retinol serum contains the active ingredient retinol, which is a common form of retinoid and a derivative of vitamin A. This is why retinol is often referred to as vitamin A1. In addition, there are many different forms of retinoids that have different dosages: retinal, retinoic acid, and retinyl palmitate. Retinol is an over-the-counter form. Retinol serum can be used to prevent wrinkles, treat acne, lighten skin discoloration, prevent blemishes and neutralize pigmentation. Retinol serum stimulates skin structure and can slow down the aging process. The retinol serum revitalizes and refreshes the skin for a radiant complexion.

    How does the retinol serum work?

    The active ingredient first penetrates the outermost layers of the skin, boosts collagen production and promotes rapid regeneration of the skin cells. This is at the treatment of acne and clogged pores important. According to skin specialists, acne scars can be treated with a retinol serum. Since retinol is relatively strong compared to other substances such as bakuchiol or hyaluronic acid and can cause reddening of the skin, you should be careful when using it and test an area of ​​skin first. Not everyone can tolerate the active ingredient. It is also advisable to steadily increase the frequency of use.

    Retinol serum for daily care

    Take it slow the new care routine up and observe your skin reactions. In order to get your skin used to the active ingredient over time, we advise you to use the retinol serum about twice a week in the evening. If well tolerated, you can increase the frequency. Also, please remember that the skin resurfacing effects of retinol sensitize the skin when the top layer of skin is removed. This makes the skin more sensitive to harmful environmental influences and solar radiation. So use a good sunscreen. In addition, you should refrain from using retinol serum during pregnancy, as high doses of retinol preparations for oral administration are believed to have a possible teratogenic effect.

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