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 Vitamin A and Retinol

What is the difference between Vitamin A and Retinol?

Vitamin A and Retinol  – Retinol is a gentler derivative of vitamin A.    Retinol is in many over-the-counter skincare products.  

Consequently, retinol is milder; the enzymes in our skin must first convert it into retinoic acid. Once it’s been converted, it will become active and effective.

 Therefore the difference between them is depth and working time. 
 Vitamin A penetrates immediately and into deeper layers of your skin to repair instantly. Consequently, it’s the most powerful option for treating signs of ageing and acne. 
Retinol takes a while to penetrate and repair. They are both excellent quality anti-ageing skincare ingredients.  
They’re both made from vitamin A and promote faster skin cell turnover. 
People experiencing vitamin A deficiency in the skin will present with problems with their skin.  The skin can present with irritation, dryness, scaling and itching. 
Vitamin A deficiency causes dry skin.  Because the top layer of your skin cells is replaced in a cycle of approximately every fourteen-day, consequently lacking vitamin A can disrupt this process and lead to dry skin.   Cell turnover is extremely important. 

Fleur De Mer Vitamin A Serum 

Proven to improve the appearance of wrinkles

 If you are not getting the results you are looking for from your skincare Fleur De Mer Vitamin A Serum could be the ideal proven alternative.

This serum has been proven to improve the appearance of wrinkles and acne.

In cold winter months, Vitamin A encourages healthy skin cell production and growth-stimulating skin cell regeneration.

Fleur De Mer Vitamin A Serum also contains Lactic and Salicylic Acids to gently remove dead skin cells to ensure more rapid and deeper penetration of Vitamin A with excellent results.

VITAMIN A: Quickly reduces the early look of ageing, exfoliates and tightens skin.
NIACINAMIDE (VIT B3): Moisturisers and lightens skin.
VITAMIN A, C & E: Antioxidants to neutralise harmful free radicals and prevent more skin ageing.
DIMETHICONE EQUIVALENT: An occlusive that locks in moisture.
DIRECTIONS: Apply every morning before sunscreen and every night.

What it contains and how it works

Vitamin A Helps skin renew itself and function normally once more and no longer like damaged or older skin.  It is still a treatment of choice for Acne by stimulating skin cell regeneration and helping to clear blocked matter in the follicles.
Lactic & Salicylic Acids:  Gently exfoliates skin so as to ensure more rapid and deeper penetration and a perfect complexion.

How to get the best results from Fleur De Mer Vitamin A Serum…

Gently massage a thin layer at night into a perfectly cleansed and dried skin.  In the mornings wash face with a rough face cloth or gentle exfoliant to reduce possible flaking from the increased production of cells.  Then apply a water-based moisturiser and SPF30+ sunscreen.

CAUTION: Do not use if pregnant.