A Retinol Focus

A Retinol Focus
Retinol is a real buzzword in the beauty industry and may add to confusions of how and when to incorporate it into your skincare routine. 

Firstly, what is retinol? 
Also known as Vitamin A, retinol works to increase collagen production as well as skin turnover. 
Why should you use it? Retinol helps to increase the production of collagen and elasticity in the deeper layer of the skin. This helps to encourage a plumper-looking complexion. It also helps to treat problematic skin including spots or blemishes. 
When should you use retinol?
Begin introducing retinol into your skincare routine for 2-3 days a week and allow it to acclimatise to the skin before using every night. Unlike many retinol treatments, the Judith Williams Retinol Science collection can be used within a daytime skincare routine, ensuring that SPF has been applied to the skin. The extensive range includes plant-derived retinol for. gentle source of treatment to use both daily and as part of your evening skincare routine.
Why now?
The change in colder weather, mixed with central heating, can have a detrimental effect on the skin, including spots or blemishes or a dry and flaky complexion. Retinol helps to boost the cell turnover, encouraging a smooth and radiant look. 
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