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Medik8 Retinol 6TR Advanced Night Serum (0.6% Retinol)
Light super-fast absorbing vitamin A serum that rejuvenates skin at its most optimal time – at night. Contains 0.6% retinol supported by vitamin E for significantly enhanced stability as compared to other retinol products. Helps stimulate the production of collagen and increases levels of epidermal hyaluronic acid, improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in targeted areas. Skin sagginess, roughness and hyperpigmentation are also improved; leading to a more youthful skin appearance.
0.6% strength is suitable for those who have already been using retinol as part of their regime and are looking for higher strength, if new to retinol we suggest 3 TR.
•Reduces appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
•Accelerate skin renewal
•Stimulates new cellular rejuvenation
Stimulates production of collagen and elastin
•Film encaption allows for release of Vitamin A overnight
Pure All-Trans Retinol (0.6%) - helps promote collagen synthesis, improves skin texture and increases skin hydration.
Vitamin E - antioxidant, helps to protect skin from free radical damage and act as a stabiliser for vitamin A (Retinol)
Film encapsulation - unique time-release film helps stop skin irritation associated with regular retinol products and creates a powder dry finish
Apply at night only
When introducing Retinol start by using Retinol 3TR before moving onto 6TR.
Retinol application should be phased in gradually. Use twice a week for the first 2 weeks, every other day for the next 2 weeks, then every day. After cleansing in the evening, apply 4 drops of Retinol 6 TR directly onto face. Alternatively, place a drop on your finger and then blend into the skin. Leave to absorb before applying your regular Medik8 hydrator. Please ensure you are applying a sunscreen daily (even in winter months)
Don't use if pregnant, lactating, undergoing skin peeling procedures, on any other vitamin A product or taking prescription medication for acne.
Start low (application amount) and go slow (frequency of use).
On any sign of irritation reduce the frequency of use until skin acclimates
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