Meet Retinaldehyde: Retinol’s More Potent Relative
Retinol has been in the new a lot lately, but not all retinoids are created equal. And while the term “retinol” is often used as an all-encompassing, blanket term, it’s one very specific ingredient. Allow us to explain: Retinoids are a group of vitamin A derivatives, all of which work similarly in the skin to boost cell turnover and improve tone and texture, while also stimulating collagen production to ward off fine lines and wrinkles.
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