Developing a healthy skincare routine can be difficult, especially if you struggle with sagging skin and fine lines. Adding a face oil to your routine can also be a good way to look younger. Specifically, choosing a face oil with retinol can be a smart way to combat signs of aging.
With that in mind, if you are hoping to achieve younger looking skin, read on for the one face oil you should try to reduce the appearance of fine lines and sagging skin!
-Targets and reduces look of fine lines and wrinkles
-Promotes skin elasticity
-Reduce look of dark spots and redness
-Trans-Retinol Ester helps fight the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, promote skin elasticity, and stimulate surface exfoliation for smooth skin
-Blue Tansy and German Chamomile soothes the look of skin redness
-Chia Seed Oil minimizes appearance of fine lines
"I love this retinol. It's very unique in its application, where it's a oil instead of cream like most retinol on the market. it absorbs quickly and very calming going on the skin. extremely hydrating sort term. I love how my skin wakes up super soft and smooth in the morning because of the blue tansy in the ingredients. Long term, I noticed my little fine lines plumped and skin elasticity improving, especially around the lips area. You can see results pretty right away upon first application, and lines demised after about 2 weeks. A little goes a long way with this oil, because you really only need about 2/3 drops to get the whole face. I really love the smell also, which reminds me of a Italian herb garden. All in all, one of my top 5 retinols." -Sephora Reviewer
"For the first time in my life, my skin looks amazing! Less pores, less breakouts, lifted and glowing!!" -Sephora Reviewer
"I had almost become a non believer in store-bought treatment for dark spot correction... Not only has this lightened my dark spots dramatically in 2 weeks but also helped eliminate my acne and fine lines. I LOVE this product." -Sephora Reviewer
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