Product Information
A skin perfecting retinol serum that improves skin’s surface as it treats signs of sun damage, rough texture, wrinkles, and surface imperfections.

What’s different
Retinol is an inherently unstable ingredient and is typically dissolved in oil to stabilise. 0.5% Retinol is an anhydrous, well tolerated, stable formulation which can be used by a wider range of skin types. A powerful therapy without the inherent oiliness of conventional Retinol therapies.

Key Ingredient
Retinol: Promotes cell turnover, encouraging new cell growth and inhibits collagen breakdown.

Best way to use
Limit initial use to three times per week, applying two to three drops, only in the evening after cleansing. Gradually increase the frequency of application to every night. If using a water-based serum, this should be applied before the retinol.

Suitable skin types

Say goodbye to
Sun damage **** (4/5)
Fine lines / wrinkles **** (4/5)
Dullness / poor complexion **** (4/5)
Loss of firmness / elasticity **** (4/5)

Patch test before use.
Keep away from children
Store at room temperature
Do not use on broken skin
Use sunscreen every morning
If irritation occurs stop use. If the problem persists see a doctor

Slight tingling may occur.
Not suitable for sensitive skin.
Do not use with other retinoid treatments.
Avoid unprotected sun exposure.
Retinol can cause irritation and or sensitisation, presenting as redness, flaking, tenderness and dryness, especially around the eyes and mouth, in the early stages of treatment while skin builds tolerance. If this occurs reduce the frequency of application.

pH 5,5 – 6
Water based
Fragrance free
Silicone free
Alcohol free
Cruelty free
Lovingly created in South Africa.
Lasts approximately 50 applications.

Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, A comparative study of the effects of retinol and retinoic acid on histological, molecular, and clinical properties of human skin, Rong Kong PhD, Yilei Cui PhD, Gary J. Fisher PhD, Xiaojuan Wang BS, Yinbei Cehn MS, Louise M. Schneider BS, Gopa Majmudar PhD, March 2016, 49 – 57.