all the benefits of retinol without out any of the irritation that is the star in the crown of the retinyldehyde renewal cream. it gently exfoliates and refines skin tone and texture, as it reduces inflammation and brightens unwanted pigmentation.
an effective alternative to retinol without the undesirable irritation. Retinaldehyde Renewal Cream is ideal for delicate and acne prone skin, paired with sepicalm, bakuchiol and botanicals to impart a luminous glow. this highly rejuvenating treatment cream is specially formulated to refine, exfoliate and brighten sensitive skin; while soothing inflammation and irritation due to environmental and natural predispositions.
- delicate cleansing cream
- skinbrite cream
- delicate daily moisture
- sheerzinc spf 30
- stem cell rebuilding complex
best for: Retinaldehyde Renewal Cream is appropriate for all skin types, however specially formulated to refine, exfoliate, and brighten sensitive or acne-prone skin; while simultaneously soothing inflammation.
do not use this product if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Directions For Use
for night time use only. gently spread a pea-sized amount of product across the surface of the skin with your fingertips, wait a few moments for maximum penetration and effect prior to applying additional products.
Retinyldehyde Renewal Cream
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