Mature skin care – How to use retin-a (prescription [Rx] Vitamin A). How to look younger by softening your wrinkles with this anti aging skincare routine and how to avoid dry skin with peeling and irritation from your retin-a treatment… PLUS an advanced way to use retin-a skin care for mature long term users! Step by step guide using retin-a including what NOT to do as a retin-a user for 15 years.
I am joined by fellow Aussie YouTuber Dr. Davin Lim, Board Certified Dermatologist to explain the science behind this new method of combining a first generation Vitamin A with a third generation Vitamin A to achieve better results!
In this video I share my 15 year journey using Prescription Vitamin A (also known as Retin A, Retinoic Acid & Tretinoin) I’ll share all the mistakes I made including using a 1% Retin as a first time user at age 35 and how I finally got it right by compounding my 0.5 Retin A with a medical grade barrier cream.
The 6 essential steps to using prescription Vitamin A or retin-a
1. Thoroughly wash your face and remove all traces of makeup
2. Face must be completely dry, this may take up to 20 minutes
3. Apply a pea size amount of Retin A and massage into your face
4. Apply a thick barrier cream to minimise peeling and irritation
5. Wash off thoroughly when you awake
6. Apply a very high SPF each morning
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