OUR ULTIMATE PROTECTION VITAMIN ￼FOR SKIN
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What is retinol good for?
First discovered in 1913, retinol is the naturally occurring active form of vitamin A, which plays an essential role in maintaining skin's barrier function. In fact, a retinol deficiency in patients could mean they develop hyperkeratinized, dry and rough skin - features of a prematurely aged epidermis. ￼￼￼￼
At the surface: Retinol smooths, evens and brightens the complexion, helping to reduce the look of age spots and greyness.
In-depth: it safeguards the skin's support structures to attenuate wrinkles.