Juline Hamilton

retinolcorexion The short answer is yes! Retinols are by far one of the smartest things you can do in the anti-aging department, however there are a few things to consider before getting started.

  1. Do you have Rosacea or Psoriasis? If so you should check with your dermatologist before starting a Retinol regime.
  2. Do you have a rash or open sores (not acne) ? Again please check with your derm, better safe than sorry!

For the record I, like many of you, have very sensitive skin. Red, irritated, flaky around the nose, bumpy around they eyes and often blotchy.  But I love the science behind Retinols a Vitamin A derivative. There is nothing better and more studied to improve all sorts of skin issue. Because I believe in this science I have used Retinols off and on for years, but I always ended up stopping due to my skin becoming too…

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