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Retinol has been proven to improve fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation and large pores but it’s best to start gradually into the skincare routine, applying over dry skin, once the serum/toner you’ve applied is fully dry on the skin. Ensure you’re only applying a pea sized amount and spreading it all over and religiously using SPF the next day. It is be used in the nighttime only.
Retinol is not pregnancy and breast feeding safe.
Routine I talked about :
1️⃣. Washing with the gentle cleanser for your own skin type. Avoid scrubs and soaps. (AM PM – DAILY)
2️⃣. Toning or adding a serums that have humectants that hold water in the skin. This could have ingredients like niacinamide, hyaluronic, peptide, glycerin etc. (AM PM – DAILY)
3️⃣. Gradually introducing retinol using a pea sized amount on face and neck. (PM – 1 to 4 times a week)
4️⃣. Exfoliate and provide the skin with rest days. ( PM – 1 to 3 nights a week).
5️⃣. Add an antioxidant serum and sunscreen in the daytime routine. (AM – DAILY)
Disclaimer – I’m not a dermatologist. This video is based on personal trial and research. Please do your own research and patch test before use.
Regardless of the video being sponsored or not, my content remains unbiased and true to what I feel about the product(s).