If you’re looking for the best face cream with retinol AND you’re on a budget, consider using a Retinol Booster serum that can be added and layered under your favorite moisturizers.
If you’re like me, you probably have a bathroom cabinet filled with all face creams and moisturizers and now your interested in trying retinol because you're skin is looking dull, aged, or wrinkled.
AND, with each passing year, you hear more and more about the benefits of topical retinol therapy for skin aging.
But the idea of buying ANOTHER cream and spending more money has stopped you.....especially since there are about 5-7 jars of perfectly good face creams and moisturizers sitting in your cabinet right now.
I understand because I'm in the same situation. Plus, I'm not thrilled about layering creams and on top of one another, especially during sticky, humid summer days!
However, I found a solution that worked pretty well.........retinol booster serums.
Recently I purchased a potent 1% retinol booster serum online that can be layered under my favorite moisturizers and face creams- even sunscreen or makeup foundation.
And so far I the like results. The serum is not very expensive and you only need a few drops for your whole face and neck - which makes it lasts for months.
Plus, I get to utilize all those expensive non-retinol face creams I purchased in the past and still benefit from retinol anti-aging therapy.
I simply apply the retinol serum first to clean dry skin. Then I follow up with my favorite moisturizer or face cream.
Another benefit? You won't have to stop using your favorite cream if you experience side effects from the retinol therapy. Simply stop using the retinol serum for a few days until your skin calms down. Then slowly add the serum back in only a few times a week until your skin can handle it daily.
Because retinols help to quickly shed dead skin cells and increase cell turnover, some may experience skin dryness, flaking, redness, or irritation.
While not everyone will experience side effects, they are usually pretty mild when using over-the-counter retinols and only last for a few weeks in the early stages of retinol therapy.
Starting out slowly or taking a break from retinols every few days in the first month usually helps prevent any skin discomfort. And since you're not using a face cream with retinol, you can continue to enjoy your favorite face cream while your skin adjusts to the retinol serum therapy.
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