Retinol 1.0

Retinol 1.0

Retinol 1.0

Ideal for skin facing issues such as problems and photo-induced damage, Retinol 1.0 is infused with 1% pure retinol, the most potent concentration currently accessible. Tailored for advanced treatment of pre-conditioned skin, it is meticulously designed for optimal efficacy and stability.

SkinCeuticals retinol offerings play a crucial role in promoting cell regeneration and collagen production, effectively reducing the visibility of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots resulting from both photo and intrinsic aging processes.

Furthermore, these products contribute to minimizing pore size and addressing blemishes and uneven skin tone commonly linked to problematic skin.

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aqua / water / eau, cyclopentasiloxane, cyclohexasiloxane, propylene glycol, polysorbate 20, allyl methacrylates crosspolymer, hydrogenated lecithin, caprylic/capric triglyceride, butyrospermum parkii butter / shea butter, dimethiconol, dimethicone, dimethicone peg-7 isostearate, retinol, laureth-23, laureth-4, sodium polyacrylate, dimethicone crosspolymer, cyclomethicone, glycerin, polyacrylamide, c13-14 isoparaffin, bht, bisabolol, laureth-7, tetrasodium edta, passiflora incarnata flower extract, rosa canina leaf extract, silybum marianum fruit extract, methylisothiazolinone

Limit initial use to once or twice a week; gradually increase frequency to every other night, and finally each evening as tolerated. Apply a pea-sized amount of Retinol 1.0 to thoroughly cleansed skin in the evening. Carefully avoid the eyes and the corners of the eyes. To ensure optimal results, wait at least 30 minutes before applying any corrective or moisturizing products the same evening as applying SkinCeuticals Retinol products.

*Caution:Retinol is photosensitizing—broad-spectrum sun protection is a must when retinol is part of your skincare regimen. As a precaution, retinol products should not be used by pregnant women, or women who intend to become pregnant in the near future. Though there are no reports of topical retinol having any negative effect on fetal development, some problems have been reported with ingested retinoic acid