Retinyl Palmitate Vitamin A
One of the most
Effective Anti-Aging Skin Care Treatment
palmitate, a form of vitamin A, is becoming an increasingly popular
anti-aging ingredient as an alternative to tretinoin and retinol
because it is a gentler, more mild vitamin A option.
Retinyl Palmitate vitamin A treatments have demonstrated similar
success when compared to retinol in rejuvenating aging skin.
Retinyl Palmitate is less irritating to the skin
than the other forms of vitamin A.
Although retinyl palmitate treatments are not able
to be absorbed into the skin as efficiently as tretinoin, they can be
used at higher concentrations without irritating the
makes this form of vitamin A a particularly good option
for sensitive skin types.
Many retinyl palmitate products include an ingredient that will help
promote the skin's ability to help the skin absorb and "deliver" the
vitamin A to the cells such as liposome.
palmitate shares the
rejuvenating effects of the other vitamin A's by:
As an added bonus, retinyl palmitate also diminishes acne outbreaks,
sharing the characteristics of both tretinoin and retinol as an
effective acne fighter!
- stimulating skin
- increasing collagen production
- increasing skin thickness
- improving elasticity
- improving skin texture
- improving skin tone
- reducing the occurrences of blemishes
- decreasing enlarged pores
The "Vitamin A's"- Retinol,
Tretinoin, and Retinyl Palmitate
which are forms or derivatives of Vitamin A are considered
Preliminary studies have indicated that Retinyl Palmitate achieves
similar rejuvenating results as retinol but is considered to be much
gentler skin treatment and is particularly recommended for sensitive
effective in the treatment
of aging skin.
As with any product with a
vitamin A ingredient, your skin's sensitivity to the sun will increase
significantly so be sure to liberally
Be sure to visit the skin
to view all anti-aging
skin care treatments grouped in categories for specific aging
skin conditions or by active facial rejuvenation ingredient.
use your sunscreen!