BEST RETINOLS FOR ANTI-AGING | Dr Rajani
So what are two retinol type products that I recommend? I did a complete video on retinols. It’s over 20 minutes. If you want more in-depth information, but let’s dive in. Two products that I like, we’re going to go into the ingredients.
I’ll show you them the dispensers, and I’ll even rate them on a scale, looking at five different items. Remember if you find these videos helpful, please smash the subscribe and the leg button, and I’ll keep bringing more of these types of videos.
Let’s pop in and take a look at these too. Okay. So I’m going to recommend two products that I use. I like, and I know in the retinol family and the first one is a retina aldehyde, as I mentioned, the retinol to Hyde converts directly to retinol.
So it’s a one-step process. It’s going to be a little bit more. Affective, maybe use the word a little more aggressive, not to scare you off, but it’s a vein. So this is what the bottle looks like. And if you look at the actual product, this color demonstrate here is true to what it looks like when it’s dispensed.
It has a little bit. Tincture of color to it. So let’s look at the ingredients here. First of all, all products are going to have water. So you’ve got some spring water. That’s always nice. If we look here, of course, there’s fillers and different slips and glides, but if we go down to the actives there’s benzoic acid, and we know that does many things helps with acne as well.
A lot of people on retinoids. Are on them because of acne or oily skin. So that’s going to help, uh, if we come down the list, look, there’s two peptides died, peptide 15, an oil lethal tried peptide 31.
So there’s some peptides. Uh, we’ve watched them on other videos on peptides peptides. Aren’t your number one or your foundational agreement, but a lot of people like them and there’s mounting evidence.
Uh, here we go. There’s the retina now. So obviously it’s not the first in-group. On my AIG. Glycolic is going to be the first ingredient. Cause it’s very high. So as you go down, you’re getting descending concentrations of agreement of ingredients.
However, if retinol was the first ingredient, that would be very, very strong. So that bits, um, and then. There’s no hyaluronic acid, but a lot of these aren’t real, that kind of hyaluronic acid you want in them.
Anyway, uh, the next product I’m going to show you does have that in it, uh, sodium, hyaluronic, this doesn’t to Cofer for all of course we know. And, um, in terms of, uh, pyramids, there are none, uh, don’t get all hyped up on parabens.
However, some people like to know. So, this is a great product. I rated it on a scale of five. Number one is tolerability. So in the family of retinoids, this is very tolerable. I give it a four out of five.
If you have very sensitive skin, a lot of people can’t take any of them. But in terms of this family of products and the fact that it’s a one-step conversion, very high tolerability, and it goes on fairly moist.
A lot of people will not need to add a moisturizer before and after, like we would with retinol WIC acid straight cost. This is around $70. Uh, cost is relative to people. Someone posted that on my video.
Of one of the celebrities, J lo that she came in and she purchased thousands of dollars of skin care from one of the high-end department stores. So for them, $70 is nothing for other people. It’s expensive, it’s Middleton the road, but understand if you have to use this once or twice a week, that’s much more cost effective than using a less expensive product, seven days a week, or even twice a day.
I’m going to give this. Four at a five on costs because it works so well. You need less product. And when you get into the retinol family, uh, it is your foundational product. So that is one of the products I do recommend spending the money on smell.
There’s no smell. So I’m going to rate it five at a five. I kind of like it. Uh, for most people it’s neutral. So that works well dispensing, great pump, no oxygen getting into it. So it’s going to maintain its formulation strength, and then integration tissue integration integrates with other products is a five at a five.
So very high rating for that. Product. I put a link in the more info section below this video. If you want a direct link to the product or purchase the product, many already have a product like this, or actually this product at home, I’m sure it’s very popular.
So my second recommended product, it’s a little different in that it’s a retinol retinol again, an inactive ingredient that is converted by. A two-step type of process to get back to the active retinoic acid, but let’s take a look at the ingredients and the dispenser.
It’s a great choice as well. So the survey’s 30 MLS as well, but keep in mind, it’s not the amount. Likely most people are going to have to use more of this product to equal what you’re going to get with the now or retinol to hide product.
Um, it is a nice container. It’s pretty basic good, reliable dispenser, but let’s look at the ingredients here first, again, like before. Water’s high up on the list. We don’t have spring water this time, but we do have water.
Okay. If we work down, we have ceramides really important. I think they deserve a complete video. So I’ll do that. Uh, come down. We have retinol right here, so it’s pretty high up on the list. Um, and it also has, I mentioned hyaluronic acid.
A lot of people put that in skincare because consumers want to see it. Hi. Hi, how are you? You’re on a sodium, isn’t the exact point warm. You want to see? You want to see small, large molecules. That’s why we have dedicated hyaluronic acid serums, but it is in there.
It’s nice to see. And it is a selling point for a lot of people. Yeah. Now there’s also licorice extract and this is an antique inflammatory. So it’s going to help of course, with a retinol. So this will be well tolerated.
There’s also high up. Naya cinema. Look how high up on the list. You know, I like Nyah cinema that works very well. It’s again an anti-inflammatory, so it fits to have it in this product. So there’s a lot of great ingredients packed in here.
If you choose to go for a retinol, if I were to rate this product, tolerability Barry, hi, this is going to be in terms of the vitamin Adrian. A five out of five. If you can’t tolerate this once or twice a week, it be very difficult to tolerate.
Any of them. And remember, you can still buffer this with extra moisturizers. So there are ways to use it, but this’ll be very tolerable cost and you can’t get any less expensive in terms of the cost of the actual product for 30 MLS.
It’s about $20. But again, over time, this might end up being more expensive than the retina. Now, many people might have. So you can mix them up. So sometimes your skin might have a little more inflammation.
You can go to the retinol. Sometimes you need a little more and a little more strength. You can go to the retina owl, uh, in terms of smell, I give this a four to five to excellent dispensing. It’s a basic container works well again, it’s not going to get oxidized.
And suddenly won’t get to it, uh, because of the color, which is real nice in terms of integrating this is a very smooth product integrates. Well, I give it a four out of five, so I hope that was helpful.
If you want more information, all about retinols, click this link right here, and you’ll be able to see my full length video. I also put it in the description in the more info section below. This video, so you can keep your skin and body and beautiful, healthy, and vibrant.