How to Make Retinol a Part of Your Skincare Routine

  1. […] who often experience dryness and sensitivity. Slugging could also be really helpful during the retinol purging process, when the skin typically gets very dry and flaky, sometimes for several […]

  2. […] has a solution for you. You might have seen me recommend their Ultra Repair cream in my article on how to incorporate retinol into your skincare routine. It’s so thick and nourishing that it really helps skin to handle the retinol “purge”. It’s […]

  3. […] creams to work hard – moisturizing alone isn’t enough. Many of my favorite formulas contain retinol, a vitamin-A derivative which speeds up cell renewal for younger-looking skin. In addition, […]

  4. […] more oxygen and vital nutrients. Furthermore, this treatment increases cell turnover, just like retinol. This helps with hyperpigmentation issues, fine lines and acne […]

  5. […] any harsh ingredients for the next 3-4 days. If you’re a retinoid user like me, skip your treatment for the next few nights. I’m also a die-hard vitamin C fan, but […]

  6. […] but it can be on occasion – for example, after spending a lot of time in the sun or during a retinol purge – so I save this mask for those […]

  7. […] lotion and have recently brought out a retinol body cream. I’m yet to try the latter, but since retinol is the gold standard of acne-fighting ingredients, you can color me […]

  8. […] irritating to the skin than other popular anti-aging ingredients, such as chemical exfoliants and retinols. If you have very sensitive skin and have reacted poorly to AHAs, BHAs and retinols in the past, […]

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