For the past few weeks, I’ve replaced my usual serum with this a couple of nights per week. When I first started to use it I had been in the habit of using it nightly, but I found it to be a little too much for me and now use it every 3-4 days. The over-riding result I’ve found is that I wake with softer, brighter skin and the difference is noticeable to the touch overnight.
So what does Retinol Reface do? Ideally it can be used to reduce the signs of ageing and tackle things like crows feet and lines with a cell renewal technology, but even younger skins like mine will benefit from using it. Cell renewal can be just as effective for those of u in terms of brightening the skin and creating a more radiant surface.
Using this in place of my normal serum (i.e after cleanser and before moisturiser) has worked a charm, but the day after I’ve been sure to use a day cream packed with SPF. For all the good that this will do, it can also leave your new, fresh skin slightly more susceptible to free radical damage. This is the last thing you’ll want to be battling alongside the change in season which may already be causing your skin to dry out far more quickly than usual.
If your skin feels as though it needs a bit of a pick-me-up then this could be a great remedy. Whether it’s late nights that have taken their toll on you, a general air of dullness to the skin or even those few little lines that seem to be more prominent, slip this into your routine for a little while.
The full Indeed Labs range is available from Boots, meaning that you’ll usually have the benefit of 3 for 2. My top tip? Pick up wonder-worker Hydraluron alongside it for a hydration boost like no other.
Retinol Reface is priced at £19.99 and available from Boots.