If your current skincare concerns include fine lines, wrinkles, pore size, uneven skin tone and texture, you may want to consider trying our nourishing facial treatment with retinol. Here’s why.
Collagen is a protein that works like a scaffolding, holding the skin’s outer layer, the epidermis. Collagen production in your skin starts to decline in your early 30s. Retinol, also known as Vitamin A1, is an ingredient that can counteract this process, as it promotes skin renewal and enhances collagen production.
As well as lessening the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, retinol can reduce hyper pigmentation, speed up the skin cell regeneration cycle, resulting in a smoother, more even complexion. It can also reverse some of the side effects of sun damage, so go for a nourishing facial with retinol to help your skin recover after the holidays.
Prevention is better than cure. Edith, our resident beauty therapist advises to start adding retinol to your facial treatments when you’re in your late 20s, early 30s, when those fine lines have just started to appear. And it’s a potent ingredient that can be part of a regular nourishing facial regime from your mid 30s onwards.
Retinol stimulates cellular renewal to produce new skin cells, therefore it promotes a healthy, fresh skin tone and texture.
Pop in for a free skincare consultation with Edith and find out if adding a special retinol serum to your facial treatment is something your skin would benefit from.
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