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Retinol Serum Skin

Retinol Serum UK

Retinol Serum UK

In this blog we are going to go over everything you need to know about retinol serum, and answer some questions that many of you have been asking us, so you can make better decisions on which to use and the main benefits of adding these types of serums and creams to your clinical procedures to maximise your microneedling results.

Retinol Serum Skin

What Retinol Serum Does

Retinol serum is a product that is applied to the skin to help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of ageing. It can also help to improve the texture of the skin.

Retinol is a skin serum that contains vitamin A derivative and is the only ingredient that is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, intense pigmentation and age spots by exfoliating the first layer of the skin.

A retinol serum can also help to even out your skin tone and improve your skin’s texture.  

There are many different  serums on the market, so it is important to find one that is right for you. 

If you have sensitive skin, you may want to try a retinol serum that is designed for sensitive skin. If you have dry skin, you may want to try one that is designed for dry skin and the same for oily skin types.

The retinol serum should be applied using the directed guidelines for best results possible. It is important not to use more than is needed as this will not benefit you in any way, but rather waste product.

This will be applied to the treatment area after the microneedling procedure has taken place to maximise the results.

How It Works

How Retinol Serum Works

Retinol serum works by increasing the production of collagen and elastin in the skin. Collagen and elastin are proteins that help to keep the skin firm and elastic. 

Retinoids bind to retinoic receptors which directly target the genes in the skin, thus slowing down the ageing process that naturally occurs in us all.

One of the most important things to look for when choosing a retinol skin serum is the concentration of retinol. The higher the concentration of retinol, the more effective the serum will be.  

The serums that we offer at Ivan Med are suitable for all users and will get you the best results as all products have been extensively research by medical professionals and tested to a very high standard.

The serums that are offered by us also contain many other beneficial ingredients that all contribute and work together to leave your skin with a healthy looking soft glow. 

Retinol Serum

Why Retinol Serum Is Used

Retinol serum is commonly used to improve the results of microneedling treatments. 

Combined with the correct professional microneedling treatment, it can boost the density and volume of the skin. 

Also tackling many talked about issues like we have previously mentioned such as ageing, fine lines, intense pigmentation and wrinkles to name a few. 

These types of issues come to us all so its important to use the correct products as early on as possible so you can look after your skin and maintain good skin health

Because microneedling creates micro fractures on the skins surface, larger amounts of retinol can then be absorbed more quickly and effectively, which can help to improve the appearance of the skin much faster. 

Retinol Serum

Are Retinol Serum's Safe?

Yes, they are safe when used as directed.  It is important to use a one that is formulated for your specific skin type.

Products like this must be rigorously tested to be allowed to be sold and used in conjunction with microneedling treatments, especially when they are being offered by clinics and medical professionals. 

Which Retinol Serum Is Best?

Retinol Serum

Juliette Armand offers incredible retinol serums and creams that are commonly used by medical professionals and clinics all over the UK to enhance the results of microneedling treatments. 

If you have a clinic you can register for a (trade account) and get great savings off the products we have on offer, so you too can start to provide these benefits to your patients.  

Difference Between Retinol Creams and Serums

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