Skin School

Skin School: Retinol

by Madeleine Borgersen

Wondering what certain ingredients in your skincare really do? Which is right for your concern and what amazing products include it? Our Skin School is here to help!

Skin School: Retinol

A derivative of Vitamin A, Retinol is a wonder ingredient when it comes to reducing ageing signs like fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, sun spots and sagging.

One of the best anti-ageing ingredients currently on the market, Retinol works by speeding up the rate at which your skin’s cells turn over, kicking older, duller skin cells to the curb and laying out the red carpet for fresh, new, flawless cells to take it’s place!

Boosting collagen and elastin, Retinol also increases your circulation making skin look healthier and brighter.

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12 responses to “Skin School: Retinol”

  1. […] (a derivative of Vitamin A/Retinol) is also added to the mix to unblock the pores further, reduce any leftover marks and provide […]

  2. […] line is all about no-fuss application of ingredients that really work. From Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A or Retinol, a known anti-ager), Vitamin B3 (an acne controller and super hydrator), to collagen, […]

  3. Siobhan Donovan says:

    Thanks for the wonderful tips! I’ve been thinking recently that I’d like to improve my skin care regime and these products look incredible! Now to decide!

  4. There are a few in there that I’ve put on my wish list. Thanks for making me broke! hehe

  5. Lisa | Mummy Made.It says:

    This makes my night time ritual look so poor (other than close eyes, sleep!). Looks like I need to go shopping.

    • Oh sleep is amazing for your skin! Winning already. Just start with one product and see how it goes for you. Alpha-H’s Liquid Gold is a great one to add if you don’t want to be spending heaps of time. You only have to use it once or twice a week for great results!

  6. Stephie Vanneste says:

    Oh I love your new series! I always wonder what the hell are in skin products or what makes the product do xyz but to lazy to every figure out why!

  7. viciloves says:

    I’ve been trying to educate myself more on different ingredients in beauty products because you always hear people talking about certain ones without knowing what they exactly mean! So I’m loving this round up on Retinol, really useful! Victoria x

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