Vitamin A


  • May Exfoliate the Skin*
  • May Reduce Appearance of Wrinkles*
  • May Firm the Skin*


A potent anti-aging ingredient, retinol has been shown in peer-reviewed studies to deactivate the enzymes (matrix metalloproteinases) that break down collagen in the skin. Retinol may also increase cell turnover and improve skin’s moisture retention.*


We recommend:

All may reduce the appearance of wrinkles and skin sagging*

Create Your Own Custom Night Serum!

Choose your percentages of Retinol (Vitamin A) and other ingredients to create a Night Serum made just for your needs.


There are currently 547 studies on Retinol in Skincare.

Retinol, the A-class ingredient

E Isaacs – Professional Beauty, 2015 –
… PB: How then are retinol’s‘ effectiveness maxmised in skincare … That’s why we always recommend
introducing retinol into your skincare routine over a period of five weeks to build up skin tolerance.
For the first two weeks, a client should apply a retinoid every third night …

Skincare: 40s

N Richards – Professional Beauty, 2012 –
… to protect the skin from further premature ageing and sun damage.” Dr Peter Bakaric of Collagen
Face Centre in Sydney agrees retinol can make … cleanse daily with a mechanical cleansing device
such as the Clarisonic Pro to prepare skin for and improve the effects of skincare …

A double‐blind randomized study comparing the association of Retinol and LR 2412 with tretinoin 0.025% in photoaged skin

A Bouloc, AL Vergnanini… – Journal of cosmetic …, 2015 – Wiley Online Library
… To date, skincare products containing retinol, adenosine, and hyaluronic acid (Retinol
HA day and night, Vichy Laboratoires, France) have demonstrated their efficacy in
optimizing the treatment outcome of type A botulinum toxin injections.15 …

 The Effects of a Daily Skincare Regimen on Maintaining the Benefits Obtained from Previous Chemical Resurfacing Treatments

MD Suzanne Bruce, MD Wendy Roberts… – Journal of Drugs in …, 2016 –
… The Effects of a Daily Skincare Regimen on Maintaining … The MELA Resurfacing regimen
addresses hyperpigmentation concerns and contains mandelic acid, potassium azeloyl
diglycinate, retinol, salicylic acid, phytic acid, lactobionic acid, and lactic acid …