Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Retinol Anti-Wrinkle Regenerating Face Cream, Day and Night Use, 1.7 oz
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Murad’s award-winning cream is powered by Retinol Tri-Active Technology, a fast-acting retinoid, time-released retinol, and a booster, which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Myrtus Plant Extract, known for its skin-regenerating benefits, boosts Retinol effectiveness by 83% (vs Retinol alone). ***
NEUTROGENA® Retinol Boost Night Cream | NEUTROGENA®
Opt for antioxidants during the day, as they help neutralize the harmful effects of free radicals like sun exposure and pollution.SkinMedica Retinol Complex 1.0 is a potent night cream with a lightweight, smooth texture. The key ingredients—vitamin A and retinols – take care of wrinkles while ceramides keep the face looking plumped and moisturized. This formula is also available in less potent strengths. Seek out skin nourishers."Choose retinol products with key ingredients that signal the formula will nourish the skin or mitigate any potential sensitivity to the active," Dr. Mitchell says. "Look for nourishing ingredients like peptides, niacinamide, hylauronic acid, shea butter and bisabolol to indicate a gentle formula." Because retinol can be drying, look for a retinol moisturizer that includes moisturizing ingredients such as hyaluronic acid , ceramides , glycerin , peptides , and shea butter to boost moisture and minimize irritation and dryness.
NEUTROGENA® Retinol Boost+ Intense Care Cream
The Neutrogena Retinol Boost+ Intense Care Cream intensely moisturises + prevents and corrects multiple visible signs of ageing. Consider your skin type. Both cream and serum retinol product formulas can be effective, so which is best comes down to your skin type and preferences. If you have combination, oily or acne-prone skin, you may prefer a serum or lotion, as they tend to be lightweight; if you have normal or dry skin, you may want to choose a cream, as these formulas are richer and provide more hydration. Know the different kinds. "'Retinoid' is an umbrella term used to classify topical vitamin A and all its derivatives, including both over-the-counter and prescription forms," Wnek explains. "Those available OTC for cosmetic use include retinol, retinaldehyde (also known as retinal) and retinyl palmitate, which is generally the gentlest." Common prescription retinoids are tretinoin (also known as retinoic acid), tazarotene and adapalene, which are often used to treat acne due to their strength, in addition to anti-aging effects, she says.Suppose you’re using a retinol cream that isn’t a moisturizer. In that case, you should wait 20 minutes for the vitamin A to fully absorb into your skin before applying your moisturizer or lotion, so plan your nighttime routine accordingly. With other skincare products like serums, you only need to wait a few minutes before moving on to the next step.