I love this question, it's an important one. In my opinion, every woman over 28 should be using a Retinol, then eventually graduate to a Retinoid ("Retinoids" are by prescription & are pure Retinoic Acid. A "Retinol" is OTC, not as strong but eventually converts into Retinoic Acid in the skin). If you're just starting a skin care program, begin by purchasing your skin care products in the DRUGSTORE. If you're a skin care virgin, I always advise my clients to start out slow & economical. Brands like Olay, Neutrogena, ROC, L'Oreal (to name a few) have really good anti-aging programs containing Retinols. These companies have spent time & research into their product line and they work really well at getting your skin on the right track. Eventually, however, you'll want to graduate to more concentrated lines, but a drug store protocol is what I recommend you stay with until you've gotten into the groove with your day and night skin care regime.
Saturday, January 9, 2016
Posted by Rose Prieto BEAUTY and BROW LOUNGE
Labels: #rocskincare #lorealskincare #neutrogenaskincare #olayskincare #Retinoids #retinol #SkinCare #AntiAging #beautyandbrowlounge
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