What Is The Best Retinol Product For Me?
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Best Retinol product

What Is The Best Retinol Product For Me?

“What is the best Retinol product for me”

is a question I get on a daily basis.  As well as, “what’s the difference between the All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula I and and the All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II?

The best retinol product for one person may not be the best retinol product for you.  But first of all, lets discuss the difference between the two.   All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula I and the All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II have the exact same ingredients in them.  The one and only difference is that the  with the All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II has 3x the amount of Pro Vitamin A in it.  Pro Vitamin A is pure Vitamin A powder that converts to Retinoic Acid on the skin. 

The best retinol product for you may be the regular All-Trans Retinol best retinol product2.0% Formula I if you have sensitive skin, or if you’ve used a very strong retinol product before with irritation.  In colder months, I mix the two together 2-3 times a week as many of my clients do.  The other nights, I use Formula I.  However, if you have oily skin along with cystic acne, and want the anti-aging benefits of a retinol product, then Formula II is recommended for you.  Any skin type except very sensitive skin can use Formula II.  You may get peeling with it.  So it’s not necessary to use it every night.    You can use it every night, every other night, two to three times a week – it all depends on your particular skin.

I think that we have the best retinol products on the market.  Both formulas are in an organic base and paraben free (as all of our product are).  If you need help determining what’s best for you, please don’t hesitate to contact me.  I’m happy to help!  Thank you!  Nanci

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