SkinCeuticals Retinol 0.3 - 30ml

Retinol 0.3 - 30ml, refining night cream that uses encapsulated pure Retinol.

Retinol 0.3 - 30ml
  • New Packaging
  • New Formula
  • As Seen In - The Telegraph
Our Price: £48.00
£65.00
  • Anti-aging overnight treatment
  • Contains 0.3% pure Retinol
  • Stimulates cell renewal
  • Great for first-time Retinol users

Address the early signs of ageing during the skin’s most regenerative phase with the SkinCeuticals Retinol 0.3.

This new and improved formula now contains encapsulated pure Retinol to ensure stability and improved tolerability for all skin types. Alongside soothing Bisabolol, this new formula also includes Boswellia Serrata Extract, which is derived from Frankincense, to further calm the skin, helping to minimise inflammation and irritation so that skin's adjustment period to the concentration of Retinol is significantly reduced. When used regularly, fine lines become softer, skin becomes brighter, pores appear smaller and post-blemish marks are diminished. This product has also been repackaged and features an aluminium tube which must be punctured upon first application, ensuring no air can get into the product while it sits on the shelf.

Suitable for most skin types, apply a small amount to clean skin once or twice a week before gradually increasing to nightly usage once skin has acclimatised to the Retinol content. For best results, use a sunscreen during the day.

If new to this product, apply 4-5 drops onto cleansed skin once or twice a week in the evening (leaving a few days in between) before gradually increasing to nightly usage once the skin has become accustomed to the Retinol content.

For best results, apply a sunscreen as part of your morning routine as Retinol can make the skin sensitive to sunlight.

We do not recommend using a retinol product if you are pregnant or breast feeding.

Patch Test

If you are new to this product or any of its ingredients, we recommend completing a patch test first.

Use of Retinol

When using Retinol for the first time, it is important to allow the skin time to acclimatise to the active ingredient. Apply a small amount in the evening no more than twice a week, never on consecutive evenings, for at least two weeks. If the skin hasn’t suffered any extreme irritation or redness, start to increase the number of applications gradually over a period of weeks until you reach a number your skin is comfortable with. This could range from three nights to seven nights a week.

As Retinol can make the skin sensitive to sunlight, always apply a sunscreen to the skin every morning to prevent sun-induced inflammation and damage.

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