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Vitamin A - Antioxidant Retinol

Vitamin A or retinol acts as an antioxidant for the skin, neutralizing free radicals that cause tissue and cell damage.

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Vitamin A or retinol acts as an antioxidant for the skin, neutralizing free radicals that cause tissue and cell damage. It gradually smooths out wrinkles and folds, improves moisture and elasticity, reduces sun damage and gives the skin radiance. In addition, vitamin A increases skin cell turnover and also boosts collagen production, resulting in a more youthful overall appearance.

In addition to reducing stretch marks, vitamin A promotes the skin's natural healing process. This vitamin and its derivatives have shown positive effects in fighting acne and reversing skin damage caused by environmental factors.

Vitamin A acts as an antioxidant on the skin, neutralizes free radicals that cause damage to tissues and cells.

Gradually, wrinkles and folds are smoothed out, moisture and elasticity are increased, the complexion is radiant, and sun damage is reduced. It increases the turnover of skin cells and increases the amount of collagen, giving it a more youthful appearance.

Vitamin A plays an important role in the synthesis of RNA, which produces new and healthy skin cells. The epidermis is especially sensitive to vitamin A deficiency, since its basal layer constantly generates new cells that become keratinized and become the stratum corneum, a protective barrier. As a result of deficiency, these cells die prematurely, harden and clog oil sacs and pores. Retinol exfoliates and unclogs pores; it affects the density and elasticity of the skin, regulating the processes of keratinization and healing.

Helps repair damaged skin and improve the condition of rough and dry skin or skin with abnormal keratinization. This effect is based on the action of vitamin A on the basal layer of the epidermis. Indeed, various studies have shown that topical application of vitamin A leads to an increase in mitotic activity of about 30%. By increasing cell turnover, cells with a dull surface are removed more quickly.

Vitamin A and its derivatives have also shown positive effects in the fight against acne, psoriasis, neoplastic processes and, more recently, in the fight against aging skin.

Aqua/Water, Retinyl Palmitate, Sodium Chloride, Polysorbate 80.