Dr. Dennis Gross Ferulic + Retinol Wrinkle Recovery Peel

I have a great respect for retinol. I appreciate what you can do to help reduce wrinkles, but I am also aware of the dangers of overdoing it – particularly for aging, sensitive skin like mine. When asked to prove Dr. Dennis Gross ferulic and retinol wrinkle recovery Peel ($ 88 in store), which was carefully curiosity. Was it fits my current system, which includes (NEE is based on) pads AHA DDG, the results would be worthy of a heavyweight, and it would be too much for me? The answer is yes, yes and no.

The ferulic shells and retinol wrinkle recovery are designed to be used 2-3 times a week, at night. I’ve been using shells twice a week. I also followed the daily use of Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Peel ($ 88 in store), which means twice the week have been getting have two shells. Surprisingly this has not been too much for me. The results have been fantastic (with two exceptions that will come in a moment). Plump, glowing skin and freckles the so small and dark spots. I hope that, with continued use, to see fine lines and less appearance of wrinkles.

Warnings are that this scrub leaves my skin a little dry. Its use at night, I at first did not apply a moisturizer after because they do not want to interfere with the performance of the shell and was interested to see what my skin morning would look like. Well, it looks and feels a little dry. Nothing, however, can not be rectified with a slightly richer than normal moisturizer. The other is that this is not a quick fix. At least there were no results overnight for me. Two weeks (which would be four shells), so I started to notice a difference, but I wondered if this was mostly the effect of daily pills. But now, at the end of the four weeks, I am convinced that the ferulic and retinol Peel is definitely a factor increasing significantly.

The product is in the form of saturated pads. To me they have a noticeable odor of bergamot, which I think is nice (but Earl Grey tea is the mother’s milk to a woman raised in England). I rub the pads firmly to the skin as indicated, stopping in the areas that need more help (dark spots, lip lines). Before launching the platform used, the remaining product knees and elbows (thanks, Kim , so that the tip!) Are won. What we had no tingling and certainly no actual peeling.

I think one of the strengths of this formula is that it is so well balanced with moisturizing ingredients. There hydroxyethyl urea (comparable to glycerin, which is also here), squalane and phospholipids and sphingolipids moisture retention. An interesting ingredient is the botanical extract, Rehmannia glutinosa root, which is credited with the regulation of growth factor, TGF-beta1 and collagen type IV ( origin ). Ferulic acid is an important antioxidant that improves the performance of vitamins

There are some ingredients that I would rather do without, including benzoic acid, a balancing of pH, preservative and irritant potential, the potential BHT carcinogenic and benzoate sodium . These side, ferulic and retinol Peel recommend to anyone who wants to give his regime a serious anti-aging boost.

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