Using time-released technology, Retinyl Cream delivers essential Retinyl Palmitate to the skin to promote collagen production and the appearance of smoother skin. Panthenol assists in maintaining moisture within the skin for a healthy glow and Aloe ensures calming and soothing of the skin.
Key Benefits: Oily.
Skin Types: Fine lines and wrinkles.
How To Use:
AM: After cleansing face, toning and applying serums, apply a dime-size amount and pat thoroughly onto face and neck. Follow with EGF UV Shield SPF product in the daytime.
PM: After cleansing face, toning and applying serums, apply a dime-size amount and pat thoroughly onto face and neck.
Retinyl Palmitate: Derivative of Vitamin A, mild exfoliant, skin’s natural enzymes convert Retinyl Palmitate to Retinol for anti-aging properties such as minimizing wrinkles, fine lines, cellular regeneration.
Retinyl palmitate is an ester of retinol, which is the major form of vitamin A found in the epidermis. Retinoids have anti-wrinkle properties that help to keep skin looking young and healthy. They promote the proliferation of keratinocytes, which are the cells that make up the epidermis. This helps to strengthen the protective function of the epidermis and prevent water loss. Retinoids also help to protect collagen against degradation and inhibit the activity of metalloproteinases, which are enzymes that break down collagen. As a result, retinoids can help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. In addition, they can also help to improve skin tone and texture.
Panthenol: A derivative of Vitamin B and also referred to as Pro-Vitamin B. Is also an anti-inflammatory and moisturizing agent. It also helps heal the skin of dehydration and stimulates epithelization.
Cotton Seed Oil: A high concentrations of Vitamin E, fatty acids, and antioxidants that act as moisturizing agents, anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.
Shea Butter: A rich emollient and antioxidant derived from the Karite Tree. Its properties includes: regenerates and soothes, protects the skin from external factors from the environment.