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.
This post does not contain affiliate links.
Products are a mixture of press samples* and purchases.
Products featured in this video:
Prescription Strength via your derm/docs only.
A313 – listed as 2%, once applied should be around a 0.2% on the skin. Available widely in France and via certain websites in the UK. Amazon has it listed: https://amzn.to/2L8tZVL
Dermatica* – mail order dermatologists for those that can’t afford an in-person visit. Service is reliable and authorised (I went through the entire process). Available here: https://www.dermatica.co.uk
Obagi Medical* 0.5% and 1%: proper %s, you will notice you are using these. https://www.obagi.com/patients/product-line/retinols
Environ* serums 1,2 and 3 – available from https://www.environskincare.com/focused-care/focus-care-youth-range/
Andy Millward – go if you can – https://andymillward-facialist.co.uk
Andy sells Osmosis:
Osmosis Clarify: this is for you if you have blemishes/proper spots https://andymillward-skincare.co.uk/product/osmosis-clarify-30ml/
Osmosis Renew: this is the strongest option for those of you with serious signs of ageing https://andymillward-skincare.co.uk/product/osmosis-renew-30ml/
Medik8* – 12 vitamin A products – a full breakdown can be found on the blog here https://www.carolinehirons.com/2019/06/medik8-vitamin-a-overview.html and here on Medik8’s website: https://www.medik8.com/all-medik8.html
Image* Skincare – full breakdown can be found on the blog and here via their website https://www.imageskincare.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=vitamin+a
This post is not sponsored by any brands. This post does not contain affiliate links. Products are a mixture of press samples and purchases.
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