A molecule with multiple benefits

A molecule with multiple benefits
A molecule with multiple benefits

If the beneficial action of retinol has been recognized in the world of dermatitis and cosmetics for decades, it is obviously not without reason. The list of its benefits for the skin is indeed as long as a summer day. A precursor of active vitamin A and stimulator of collagen production, retinol is still today a flagship active ingredient in many anti-aging complexes dedicated to mature skin, in particular because of its ultra-effective action on the “signs of ‘age’: wrinkles, loss of firmness and elasticity … 

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Powerful antioxidant, it also protects the skin from the action of free radicals, known to accelerate skin aging. It limits the appearance of pigment spots by playing a role in regulating melanin. It boosts cell renewal and promotes the production of hyaluronic acid. Not to mention its action on the synthesis of elastic fibers in the skin and the toning of tissues. Thanks to its ability to dislodge dead skin cells, retinol also provides a smoother, more uniform and brighter complexion. 

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