How to make retinol work for you

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If you’re interested in skincare, you’ve probably heard of retinol. This Vitamin A derivative is one of the most talked-about active ingredients in beauty. But, for every fan breathlessly raving about it’s texture and tone-improving powers (true) there’s a red-faced detractor pointing out its potential to irritate and increase sun sensitivity (also true)

You’d be forgiven for being put off entirely, but it is absolutely worth having a go. Begin your retinol journey in an informed way, and it is possible to enjoy all of the skincare benefits this hero active has to offer while giving side effects a swerve. Here’s everything you need to know.

What is retinol?

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