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This article is about introducing our stronger All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II to your skin, if you've never used a stronger retinol formula before. In addition to getting the stronger All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II, I suggest also getting the regular All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula I and mixing them together. It's not absolutely necessary to mix them, but it's such a great way to acclimate your skin to using the stronger retinol formula II.

Retinol Products for Skin Care: Undeniable Benefits of Using

Frankly speaking, I don’t know many women over 30 who care for their skin but have never heard about retinol. It’s not surprising. Trendy skin-care solutions come and go whereas the proven ones stay at the top of the list. Undoubtedly, NCN Professional SkinCare retinol products with their numerous benefits are among tried-and-true options worth your attention. Why? The answer is simple - they actually work.

What is the best retinol formula for your particular skin?

Retinol is key in the world of anti-aging skincare, and it can work wonders for your skin when it’s used in the right balance. There’s a misconception that in order for a retinol product to work for you, your skin should flake or peel and show signs of irritation.  Not good... If your skin is red and flaking from a retinol product, either over the counter or prescription, it’s time to stop doing that to your skin. Red, flaking skin is inflamed skin. We want to do whatever we can to keep our skin plump and moist, not thin, flaking, and inflamed.  Chronic inflammation can and will cause premature aging.  Chronic inflammation breaks down collagen.