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Retinol 0.5% & Retinol 1% Night Gel-Cream

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Retinol 0.5% & Retinol 1% Night Gel-Cream
30 ml - Net wt. 1.1 oz.

INDICATIONS

Retinol 0.5% & 1% Night Gel-Cream combines 0.5 & or 1% pure Retinol and with Allosteris, a natural ingredient complex inspired by allosteric science in the pharmaceutical field to enhance optimal efficacy and tolerance to retinol.

Revitalizes the skin by visibly smoothing its surface and minimizing the signs of aging. It visibly reduces the appearance of age spots caused by photo-aging and visibly improves skin clarity and tone.

Diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Ideal to be used on skin already conditioned by a lower concentration of retinol. This formula, with a controlled delivery system, slowly releases the retinol, reducing the risk of irritation associated with retinol sensitivity.


USE

At night, apply 1 to 3 pumps once a week, gradually increase the frequency following your doctor’s recommendation. Do not use every day until your skin has adjusted. In the morning, use GMC MEDICAL hydrating skin care product in conjunction with the GMC MEDICAL Sun Protection Cream Broad-Spectrum UVA-UVB SPF45.

WARNING

Avoid contact with eyes. If eye contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water. Do not apply retinol products if you are pregnant, lactating, taking prescription acne medication, using any topical acne drug, or if undergoing a skin peeling regimen. If a sensation of heat, stinging, or slight redness occurs, discontinue product for a few days. If heating, stinging or slight redness occurs when product is re-introduced, discontinue use. If stinging or redness persists, consult a doctor.

Retinol increases skin photo-sensitivity; avoid excessive exposure to sunlight and use a sunscreen. Keep the product away from light and heat.

paraben-free, fragrance-free, colorant-free, essential oil-free
Retinol 0.5% & Retinol 1% Night Gel-Cream
30 ml - Net wt. 1.1 oz.
  • RETINOL 0.5% or 1.0%
  • Allosteris (Glycine soya extract)
  • Dermaxyl™
  • Sphingolipids complex (Ceramides)
  • Wild mango butter

What you need to know before using a Retinol product to treat photoaging.

Photoaging is the process by which skin is damaged from long-term exposure to UVA and UVB rays. It produces wrinkles, loss of elasticity and hyperpigmentation. Topical retinoids are effective in treating clinical signs of photoaging.

Damage caused by the UVA-UVB to the Dermis