Did you know that one of the most important nutrients for your skin is vitamin A? Vitamin A is made up of a group of compounds that include active forms of retinal, retinol and reinoic acid (triple R’s,) as well as other provitamin A carotenoids. This group of compounds help to protect against UV damage, encourage healthy skin production and protect against infection. You can get your vitamin A through foods like carrots, sweet potato, kale, spinach and broccoli. What happens when you use creams with this miraculous nutrient? The triple R’s trigger cells responsible for making collagen, which strengthens your skin and fights wrinkles. The products presented above have been found to even skin tone, clear up acne and give you a glow.

Eau Thermale Avène RetrinAL 0.1 Intensive Cream, 1.01 fl. oz.

PCA SKIN Intensive Age Refining Treatment 0.5% Pure Retinol Night, 1 oz.

L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Bright Reveal Dual Overnight Moisturizer, 1 fl. oz.

SkinMedica Retinol Complex 1.0, 1 fl. oz.

Vichy LiftActiv Retinol HA Concentrate Wrinkle-Filer Treatment, Retinol Serum, 1.01 Fl. Oz.



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Source: Women’s Health Magazine 


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