Clinical studies, hands down, have proven that retinoids (which come from vitamin A) reduce fine lines and wrinkles, help diminish age spots and makes your skin plumper and smoother by stimulating skin cells to make more collagen.
Specialists recommend that patients concerned with symptoms of aging skin start a rejuvenation regime by using daily sunscreen.
Prevention is KEY!
Prior to daily sunscreen, a morning a topical moisturizer infused with antioxidants (like Vitamin C) and a cocktail of other active anti-aging ingredients is highly recommended.
Every night, a treatment that includes a topical retinoid (vitamin A) is essential for an effective anti-wrinkle skincare routine.
Supplementing a rejuvenation routine with other effective active ingredients, depending on your skin type and aging skin concerns, includes options such as:
The US National Library of Medicine, registered clinical trial, concluded that of the most commonly used active anti-aging ingredients, the most improvement of naturally aged skin is vitamin A (retinol).
The retinoid family comprises vitamin A (retinol) and its natural derivatives such as retinoic acid. Retinol is used in over-the-counter anti wrinkle skincare treatments in concentrations of .25% up to 1%.
Tretinoin is a prescription strength retinoid used to treat a variety of skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, and photoaging.