Retinol Cream Creates Plumper Skin

22 12 2009

Retinol cream increases the production of cells in the top layer of skin, helping to rejuvenate the skin. As a result, the skin gradually looks younger in appearance. The cream also causes more collagen production, making the skin appear plumper. It may also reduce pigmentation issues that stem from sun damage.

A medicine like retinol wrinkle cream may cause reactions in some people. After using the cream, some patients may experience flaky, red skin. This will usually occur when a patient uses prescription strength retinol face cream and not an over-the-counter version. No matter which medication strength a person uses, the skin will be sensitive to light. For this reason, it’s important to wear sunscreen each day in order to protect the skin from the sun.

If someone has sensitive skin, they should use retinol creams on a gradual basis, applying it every three days. Once the skin has grown accustomed to the retinol cream, the cream can be applied each night. Those with sensitive skin may still suffer from peeling skin, burning, and stinging. If this occurs for more than two days, discontinue use.

In order to eliminate stinging, apply the cream to the area 30 minutes after washing the skin. Only apply a small amount to the areas that need to be treated and avoid applying it near the eyes or mouth. Used over time, retinol eye cream can eliminate acne, alleviate sun damage, and reduce wrinkles. It makes the skin look smoother and its pores appear smaller. In short, the cream can contribute to a younger, fresher appearance.

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