Learn why Retinol is the #1 skincare ingredient you must use

Retinol #1 skincare ingredients

Retinol – Why experts say it is a Must Have Skincare Product…

What is Retinol?

A vitamin A derivative that unclogs pores, boosts collagen to reduce fine lines, and speeds cell turnover to even out discoloration and smooth the skin.

Why use a Retinol?

Don’t just prevent future damage – CORRECT past damage with Retinol – one of the best age-fighting products available.

Retinol SuperstarSome Benefits of Retinol are:

  • Exfoliates the epidermis
  • Cleans sebum (oil) and dead skin from pores, which improves acne – regular acne and hormonal acne (chin acne)
  • Increases collagen production
  • Thickens the dermis, which provides a better barrier to the environment
  • Increases the water content of the skin for a more youthful appearance

For best results, any form of vitamin A/retinol should be used with other anti-aging products. Despite retinol’s superstar status, treating signs of aging is far more complex than any one ingredient can address!

Retinol vs. Retin-A?

Retinol is a natural form of vitamin A which converts to retinoic acid on the surface of the skin. Retin-A is retinoic acid, a synthetic derivative of vitamin A, and considered pharmaceutical.

How do I choose which one to use?

During your appointment, your patient coordinator will help you find the most appropriate retinol for your skin and she will discuss how it should be incorporated into your skin care program.

It is very important to use as directed and slowly acclimate your skin, as it may cause irritation such as redness and flaking if used improperly before your skin has built up a tolerance. Different types of skin react differently with Retinol, and most importantly how to apply Retinol can make a huge difference in the outcome. At Rejuvent, we can prescribe the right one for your skin, give you tips on best practices to build a tolerance and which products you should use to achieve your desired results.

 

Dermis after Retinol use

 

How to Apply Retinol – A Lesson with Dr. Bomer

Learn how to apply Retinol for maximum effect.

Here are the Retinols recommended by Dr. Bomer:

Jan Marini Retinol Plus 
Jan Marini Retinol Plus MD 

Rejuvent ButterflyAcclimating Level: Beginner
Skin Type: Dry to Normal

 


Jan Marini Luminate Face Lotion
Jan Marini Luminate Face Lotion MD 

Rejuvent ButterflyAcclimating Level: Intermediate
Skin Type: Dry to Normal


 

Skin Medica Retinol Complex 0.5 
Skin Medica Retinol Complex 1.0 

Rejuvent ButterflyAcclimating Level: Intermediate
Skin Type: Oil to Normal


 

Jan Marini Age Intervention Duality 
Jan Marini Age Intervention Duality MD 

Rejuvent ButterflyAcclimating Level: Intermediate
Skin Type: Congested & Hormonal Acne


 

SkinCeuticals Retinol Refining Night Cream

Rejuvent ButterflyAcclimating Level: Advanced
Skin Type: All Types after acclimating period


 

ZO Medical Retamax – Now Wrinkle and Texture Repair 

Rejuvent ButterflyAcclimating Level: Advanced
Skin Type: All Types after acclimating period


 

 

Weekly Mask Treatment

Jan Marini Retinol Plus Mask 

Rejuvent ButterflyAcclimating Level: All
Skin Type: All Types

 

Not sure about your level? Call us at 480.889.8880 for a complimentary consultation!

 

Watch Dr. Kelly Bomer show Retinol products available for sale at Rejuvent.

 

Important Notes:

  • Start slowly and acclimate to Retinol. Do not give up!
  • Not all retinol products are made the same. There is a perfect Retinol product for you, so let us help you find the best one.
  • Remember, the best Retinol is one you will use!
  • It is very important to use SPF 30+ while using Retinol products!

Visit RejuventSkinCare.com to see if the Retinol product you need is featured as product of the month. If you want to learn about Retinol even more, call Rejuvent at 480-889-8880. We can talk with you in details about this amazing ingredient and how it can help rejuvenate your skin!

Why is Vitamin C so important for skin protection?

Vitamin c is great for skin

Vitamin C is rich in antioxidants which protect the skin cells from UV-related damage and environmental. But Vitamin C does much more than just that…

What Can Vitamin C Really Do?

  • Vitamin CPromotes Collagen Production – Vitamin C helps boost collagen production, filling in fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Protects Skin From Sun Damage – RIch in antioxidants, Vitamin C. Protects skin cells and skin’s support structure from free radicals and UV-related damage.
  • Reduces Under-Eye Circles – Vitamin C has also been found to help even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of under-eye circles.
  • Speeds Up Healing – Vitamin C can help to speed up the body’s natural healing processes so it can help fade acne scars, and other blemishes more quickly and effectively.
  • Reduces Skin Discoloration – Vitamin C helps even out discoloration and redness and help you achieve a more uniform skin tone and better complexion.
  • Improves Hydration and Moisture – Vitamin C can help improve the skin’s moisture content and overall hydration.
  • Creates Brighter, Healthier Skin – Vitamin C can brighten otherwise dull skin, and it helps your skin look healthier and more vibrant.
  • Reduces Inflammation – Vitamin C, in high enough concentrations, has inflammation-reducing qualities and can help with puffiness around the eyes or other areas of your face.
  • Speeds Up Healing of Sunburns – Vitamin C, not only helps your sunscreen in preventing sunburns it also helps to speed up healing of sunburns.
  • Boost the efficacy of sunscreen actives – Vitamin C helps your sunscreen work better at protecting your skin.

In a peer-reviewed article, “Topical Vitamin C,” Dr. Patricia Farris’ research supports the positive effects of vitamin C, stating, “A significant body of scientific research supports the use of cosmeceuticals containing vitamin C. Cutaneous benefits include promoting collagen synthesis, photoprotection from ultraviolet A and B, lightening hyperpigmentation, and improvement of a variety of inflammatory dermatoses.”

The SkinCeuticals Vitamin C Line:

  • Provides advanced environmental protection by neutralizing damaging free radicals
  • Improves the appearance of discoloration and overall skin tone
  • Once absorbed, this vitamin C serum remains effective for a minimum of 72 hours
  • Paraben-, fragrance-, and dye-free
  • Ideal for normal, oily, and combination skin types

SkinCeuticals’ Vitamin C products include: SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic, SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF, SkinCeuticals AOX Serum 10 and SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF Gel

Jan Marini C-ESTA Line:

  • Facial contours will appear tighter, firmer, “lifted” and more defined
  • Deeper lines will appear far less pronounced
  • More supple, smoother, refined and youthful looking skin
  • Powerful Antioxidant protection
  • Lipid soluble form of Vitamin C is clinically shown to enhance efficacy, and skin absorption and retention
  • Non-acidic formula is ideal for all skin types, including sensitive skin

Jan Marini’s Vitamin C Products include: Jan Marini C-ESTA Face Serum, Jan Marini C-ESTA Face Cream, Jan Marini C-ESTA Cleansing Gel

 

Important Facts about Vitamin C to Keep in Mind:

Rejuvent ButterflyAll antioxidants, including vitamin C, can deteriorate in the presence of air and light. If a product containing antioxidants does not come in opaque packaging that reduces air exposure, don’t buy it!

 

Rejuvent ButterflyNot all Vitamin C are created equal, and the correct concentration is very important as too much can irritate the skin and too little provides no real benefit. At Rejuvent, we only sell Vitamin C products that have been proven effective during testing and use, our products come from medical grade companies, leaders in their fields, with a proven efficacy record. We are authorized resellers of all skin care we sell.

 

If you have any questions about Vitamin C products, please call us at 480.889.8880.

Shop for Vitamin C packed products recommended by Dr. Bomer.

Do you really need Glycolic Acid?

Why do you need glycolic acids

Do you need Glycolic acid?

Is Glycolic Acid Really Necessary?

Yes, you do. It does more than just exfoliate…

Glycolics MoleculeWhat is a Glycolic Acid?

Glycolic acid is a fundamental ingredient in a complete skin care maintenance program that will keep your skin healthy throughout the years. Derived from sugar cane, it is the most beneficial Alpha-Hydroxy-Acid (AHAs) used in skin care.

On the surface, Glycolic Acid “unglues” the dead skin cells for gentle exfoliation. As it has the smallest molecular structure of all Alpha-Hydroxy acids (AHAs), Glycolic Acid has the greatest penetration potential. Inside the cell, it stimulates the collagen and elastin fibers in the dermis, improving the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and other forms of sun damage.

Why use a product with Glycolic Acid?

Much more than just exfoliation.

Some Benefits of Glycolic Acid are:

  • Exfoliates the epidermis
  • Increases collagen production in the dermis
  • Increases the water content of the skin for a more youthful appearance.

Depending on how it is used, Glycolic Acids can make retinols less effective or cause irritation to the skin, so it is important to know when and how to use products with Glycolic Acid.

Call us today to add products with Glycolic Acid to your skin care regimen. Or shop online at RejuventSkincare.com

Sunscreen & Your Skin – Video

Sunscreens and spf protection

Watch How Sunscreens Shield Your Skin from UVA and UVB Rays

 

At Rejuvent we recommend these products for sun protection: