Suitable for aging/acne-prone skin.
Retinol 0.5% Night Cream is a revolutionary anti-aging product that prevents and repairs skin damage. Specifically designed for mature skin to reverse UV-induced skin damage, thinning, wrinkles, this cutting-edge cream also combats acne in teens. This night cream with retinol is an essential addition to your anti-aging regimen or to treat and prevent acne.
This cream is a stabilized and purified form of retinol – a type of natural vitamin A that is formulated with a unique epidermal carrier system (encapsulated retinol) that delivers the molecule deep into the skin while minimizing irritation. This encapsulated type of retinol maximizes benefits while decreasing the required concentration so as to minimize any potential for irritation.
When used as an anti-aging cream, retinol cream for the face works best when combined with hyaluronic acid serum. This combination helps to minimize dryness and irritation, while maximizing benefits.
Revoderm retinol night cream is also an excellent addition to acne regimens for individuals with excessively oily skin, blackheads, and red bumps. This product is specifically engineered to keep pores open (i.e. prevent breakouts) and minimize excess oil production, which results in fewer acne relapses and a more radiant complexion.
Directions For Use
Even the best night cream with retinol may cause some irritation or dryness to your skin. This is because pure retinol is a powerful ingredient that instantly begins working to remove dead skin cells and improve your skin’s texture.
Retinol products cause initial dryness, redness, and sensitivity, which is called "retinoic reaction.” This is a known reaction to using medical grade retinol. This is not an allergic reaction, but an intrinsic property of all retinol serums and creams.
Revoderm retinol night cream is specifically designed with a unique epidermal carrier system (encapsulated retinol) to minimize this tendency. If you experience dryness, redness, and sensitivity, please be aware that these tend to improve with time once your skin becomes accustomed to it. You may also choose to add more moisturizer into your skin care routine to restore balance for the time being.
We recommend following the directions below. If you need guidance on use of Retinol email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply a pea sized amount on the face. Avoid the nose and eye areas. Start using gradually, for example, two to three nights per week. The best retinol lotion should not be used more than once a day, which also helps your product last longer than most other beauty solutions.
Dryness and redness and peeling can occur. If it does, stop using the product for several days. Then, restart Revoderm Retinol by mixing in equal parts with a moisturizer such as Revoderm Multi-Vitamin Moisturizer.
- Suitable for acne-prone and aging skin types
- Reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and creases
- Counteracts photo-aging effects of UV damage
- Stimulates cellular regeneration, collagen, and elastin production
- Improves skin thickness, turgor, and tone
- Prevents and helps repair hyperpigmentation
- Tones down excessive oil production for teens with acne
- Helps treat and prevent blackheads and pimples
- Helps normalize the physiology of the skin to make it healthy and radiant
- Contains encapsulated retinol with purified Vitamin C and Vitamin E
As you can see, retinol face cream is an extremely versatile product that you can easily incorporate into your skin care routine. No matter if you’re experiencing acne or want to reduce the appearance of fine lines and dark spots, retinol is a hero ingredient that can do it all.
How To Apply
Retinol cream may cause initial dryness, redness, and sensitivity. We recommend following the directions below.
Apply a pea sized amount on the face. Avoid the nose and eye areas. Start using gradually, for example, two to three nights per week.
Dryness, redness, and peeling can occur. If it does, stop using the product for several days. Then, restart Revoderm Retinol by mixing in equal parts with a moisturizer such as Revoderm Multi-Vitamin Moisturizer.
Tips & Suggestions
We suggest using Revoderm Intense Hydration Serum, a light, exceptionally penetrating hydrating essential serum. This silky, fast-absorbing serum contains Hyaluronic Acid, a naturally occurring glycosaminoglycan that helps restore skin back to its natural hydration and beauty. Concentrated with anti-aging ingredients, it’s created to give you more bang for your skincare buck.
What is retinol?
Retinol is an over-the-counter version of retinoids derived from Vitamin A.
Should you use retinol every day?
This depends on your skin type and needs. At most, you can use retinol cream every night, but some individuals may only use it two or three times a week if they have sensitive skin.
When should you apply retinol?
It’s best to use retinol night cream as part of your evening skin care routine so your complexion can soak in all the goodness. Avoid using this product in the morning because it can make your skin more sensitive to sunlight.
Make sure to use sunscreen when outdoors and using retinol.
How should you incorporate retinol into your skin care routine?
You should apply retinol night cream after washing your face and using under eye cream to protect any sensitive skin. Alternatively, you may want to apply retinol after your face moisturizer to create a slight barrier to avoid irritation if you have sensitive skin.
Talk to your dermatologist about where retinol can best fit in your unique skin care routine for the best results.
How long does it take for skin to become used to retinol?
Again, everyone’s skin is different. Most individuals will adjust to retinol within six to 12 weeks.
Revoderm Retinol 0.5% night cream is specifically formulated to slow down epidermal turnover and reduce excess oil production in the skin. In addition, topical retinoids decrease production of excessive pigmentation within the epidermis. Retinoids help undo DNA damage caused by ultraviolet light and are thought to help prevent skin cancer formation.
Revoderm Retinol is formulated in a unique aqueous “vehicle” to enhance penetration into the basal layer of the epidermis. Potent natural antioxidants, in the form of purified Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and Vitamin E (tocopherol), are added to combat oxidative stress in the skin incurred through daily ultraviolet light and environmental damage.
Retinoids – Side Effects And Precautions Associated With Retinoid Use
The most common side effect of retinoids is irritation. Retinoids exfoliate your skin from the inside-out and during the process, your skin can become extra sensitive.
It can peel, turn red, flake, randomly flush, and grow dry. Many people also purge, or experience acne flares, during their initial use. However, side effects from retinoids can be minimized.
Refer to the Skin Frequently Asked Questions about the side effects with retinoids and what measures to take to minimize the effects.
Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamin C), Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Retinol 0.5%
Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Dimethi- cone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Dimethiconol, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamin C), Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Retinol.