Alpha-H Vitamin A with Evening Primrose is a Retinol serum.
Retinol is a Vitamin A derivative that is a scientifically proven to fight the signs of skin ageing.
Retinol increases cell turnover, renews the skin, helps clear clogged pores and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. It is also a potent antioxidant. The 0.5% concentration in this serum is an ideal strength to get visible results without the increased side effects.
ALPHA-H Vitamin A with Evening Primrose has been formulated in a base of skin-compatible Squalane and Evening Primrose Oil to provide easy absorption and minimal irritation.
The serum is a great addition to your skin care routine for the prevention of the signs of skin ageing.
- Fights the early signs of skin ageing.
- Helps accelerate skin renewal.
- Reduces appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Reduces appearance of uneven skin tone and texture.
- May improve skin firmness.
- Helps reduce excess sebum production and appearance of enlarged pores.
Alpha-H Vitamin A with Evening Primrose helps anyone looking to improve dull skin, uneven skin tone or texture, hyperpigmentation, lines and wrinkles, lack of firmness and even acne.
Allow at least three months for visible results.
For best results, also incorporate a Vitamin C serum and a Hyaluronic Acid serum into your skin care routine.
We’ve replaced this product with the BioBare Skin Revivify Encapsulated 0.5% Retinol Cream — a preferred formulation that delivers great results. It also includes Squalane, Ceramide-3 and Vitamin E in an elegant and fast-absorbing light cream. BioBare uses encapsulation technology to enable better delivery of the retinol and reduce potential irritation. It comes in an opaque and airless pump dispenser to better preserve the active ingredients and dispense the perfect amount.
The BioBare Skin revivify Encapsulated 0.5% Retinol Cream is one of the highest rated retinol creams out there and one of our favourites. You can read more about retinol and other retinoids in our blog What Are Retinoids? and How to Use Retinoids … Like a Pro
Suits all skin types except rosacea.
Warning: Do not use if pregnant or breast-feeding.
Tip: Use an antioxidant serum and sunscreen in the morning to protect your skin from sunburn and skin damage, including skin cancers. Apply your retinol cream at night. When using retinol, ensure you actively protect your skin from the sun. Remember that UVA rays can penetrate glass, causing deeper damage to the skin and degrading your collagen and elastin.
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