Tretinoin is one of the most effective anti-wrinkle treatments available.
Several studies have shown that topically applied tretinoin is effective in treating fine wrinkles and skin pigmentation disorders caused by exposure to sunlight.
Tretinoin increases the synthesis of collagen and fibers that carry the supporting function of the skin. Tretinoin stimulates the regeneration process in the skin. It reconstructs the structure of skin cells, which breaks down with age. This violation is externally expressed in the fact that the skin looks looser, porous, patchy, uneven.
Tretinoin improves blood circulation in the skin and brings old cells to the surface, exfoliating them. Simultaneously stimulates the production of collegene and elastane in skin fibroblasts, which leads to the appearance of new young elastic cells. In fact, thanks to the action of retinoic acid (tretinoin), the processes of destruction (aging) in the skin are slowed down and tone and elasticity are restored. As a result, the skin looks healthier and younger.
The skin layer is completely renewed in about 30 days, this is the reason for the recommendation that the minimum period of daily use of tretinoin should be 1 month, and ideally a course of 3 months.
Then you can switch to a maintenance period of application, 2-3 times a week.
It is important to know that regular, supportive skin care with tretinoin produces amazing results.
Researchers have noted that a lasting noticeable effect is achieved within a year of regular use of tretinoin in courses, therefore, in the long term, tretinoin is in fact the only powerful weapon in the fight against aging and acne.
Tretinoin What is it?
Tretinoin (trans-retinoic acid) is a form of vitamin A, a retinoid that is most effectively absorbed by the skin. In the form of retinoic acid, tretinoin is able to penetrate into the deepest (root) layers of the skin and carry out its regenerative work there.
Tretinoin is a medication used to treat acne and sun-damaged skin. It can’t erase deep wrinkles, but it can help improve the appearance of surface wrinkles, fine lines, and darks spots. Tretinoin is also known as retinoic acid.
How is Tretinoin good for our skin?
1. Stimulation of the production of own collagen – slowing down aging;
2. Acceleration of regeneration, stimulation of metabolism – improvement of skin nutrition;
3. Keeping moisture at a deep level – reducing the appearance of wrinkles;
4. Smoothing of all layers of the skin – smoothing and radiance of the skin;
5. Reduction of unwanted pigmentation – improvement of complexion;