Vitamin A Housekeeping:
All of the brands featured responded to my questionnaire and I am very grateful. Not all disclosed the % of their vitamin A ingredients so where possible I have alluded to the placement on the inci list on the packaging.
All of these products will get an individual review on the blog (if they are not already featured). I am working on them solidly, so bear with.
Do not forget your SPF. Seek your physician’s advice if pregnant or breastfeeding.
None of the retinol series of videos is sponsored, but affiliate links are used.
Cheat Sheet on types of vitamin A traditionally used in OTC products: https://www.carolinehirons.com/2019/03/cheat-sheet-vitamin-a-stages-of-conversion.html
SkinCeuticals 0.5% Retinol Refining Night Cream – 0.5% pure retinol – http://bit.ly/2uLpqHD
Sunday Riley A+ High Dose Retinoid Serum – contains 5% retinoid ester blend and 1% liposomal-encapsulated retinol blend giving around 0.5-0.6% once on the skin – http://bit.ly/2KksYLg
Dermalogica Overnight Retinol Repair 1% – microencapsulated retinol – http://bit.ly/2DtM4YZ
Paula’s Choice 1% Retinol Booster – pure retinol – http://bit.ly/2T4Qhgs
Paula’s Choice Clinical 1% Retinol Treatment – pure retinol –http://bit.ly/2UwbrE6
Drunk Elephant A-Passioni Retinol Cream – 1% pure retinol – http://bit.ly/2KcBImX
SkinCeuticals 1% Maximum Strength Refining Night Cream- 1% pure retinol – http://bit.ly/2Dyl5eW
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