Nice and quick this week. 🙂
Clarification on the following:
Usage of retinol for acne
Vitamin C and retinol
The difference between prescription and OTC
Retinol usage in the summer
Categories so far:
0.03 – 0.04%
under 0.03 and undisclosed
Over 1% & Prescription Strength/Differin
I’m at The Brits next week Mon-Weds and then have my first Clarins event on Thursday in W1. I’ll try and start filming next week assuming all info is in.
See you soon!
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