Reset Day 17: Skincare Tips – Why You Should Be Using a Retinol

There is so much more to taking care of your skin and defying aging beyond getting Botox and Fillers. The most important thing to keep your skin looking healthy is to take care of it at home. 

Using Retinol is an important pillar of your skin care routine and here’s why: 

  • Dead skin gets thicker and thicker as we age because cell turnover starts to slow down. Retinol tells the healthy skin later to speed up production while simultaneously accelerating the exfoliation of the dead skin. 
  • If you’ve had dry or irritated skin due to using retinol in the past, you may have gone too fast with a prescription or applied it too often, resulting in taking dead skin off faster than your healthy skin was growing. Watch Lisa’s explanation on how to ease into Retinol use and find the products that work best for you. 

Lisa’s best tip for healthy winter skin is to start on a Retinol along with other skin care products to find a routine that works for you and your skin type. Need help figuring that out?  Stop playing the guessing game and come in for a complimentary consultation – give us a call today!


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