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Skin Care Review: Retin-A

by Anonymous


reduce acne, skin looks younger

red skin

I've used Retin-A for about 10 years. I started because I was 36 and still getting acne, which was quite annoying. Now I use it because my skin looks relatively young: I don't know how many times people have said that I must've become a mother as a teen (I have a 20-year-old). Sure, it's partly genetic, but I think the Retin-A makes a bigger difference than the genetics in my case. I don't use it as recommended, exactly, and I use the strongest version (0.01%). That is, I don't use it at night, but in the morning after I shower.

Strongly recommended.

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