A retinol-based solution that rapidly improves the appearance of uneven skin tone for a brighter, clearer and smoother complexion.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Retinol Skin Brightener is a high-potency retinol treatment. If you have not been using retinol, begin use gradually. Following cleansing, apply 2-3 pumps twice a week Increase frequency to alternate days Then, increase use to every day as tolerated.
Redness, flakiness, dryness, burning, or stinging are all normal, anticipated reactions when starting retinol. With regular product use, skin will acclimate, revealing a smoother, more even-toned and youthful-looking complexion. Pair your retinol with a ZO® functional hydrator to minimize anticipated reactions. Consult a physician for customized retinol protocol. Like prescription retinoic acid, retinol will make your skin more sensitive to the sun. Wear SPF 30 or higher daily.
This pre-soaked pad contains Glycolic and Salicylic Acids. Glycolic Acid is the smallest (Alpha) – Hydroxy Acid with an excellent ability to penetrate skin pores. This makes it the perfect ingredient to remove excess oil, a common
culprit for problematic skin. Glycolic Acid’s exfoliating action helps removes dead cells from the epidermal layer without irritation or damage. It also helps to create a smoother and younger looking complexion. Removal of excess oil and dead skin cells provides a noticeable improvement of the skin’s tone and texture, adding a rejuvenated look to your appearance.
Water, Alcohol Denat, Glycolic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Salicylic Acid, Butylene Glycol, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexyglycerin, Disodium EDTA
*Information obtained from zoskinhealth.com
I am a native of the San Francisco Bay Area and a board certified Dermatologist. My expertise centers on general dermatology including medical, surgical, and cosmetic services. With training in bioengineering, Allopathic and Ayurvedic medicine, I merge modern research and science with a personalized approach to each patient. My training in Ayurvedic medicine lets me bring in a more humanistic approach to my patient care, science, and research.