Essential skin nutrient necessary for healthy skin maintenance and repair.
a Vitamin A derivative usedin anti-aging skin care.
Ester of vitamin A and palmitic acid. Valued for its regenerating properties. (See Vitamin A)
(also known as Vitamin A Palmitate); ester of retinol combined with palmitic acid, considered a more stable alternative to retinol or retinal for normalizing the skin's texture and helping smooth out fine lines. Less irritating than retinol.
SOURCE - Naturally derived Vitamin A. PURPOSE - Alleged skin-healing properties. Helps retain small pores.
Form of Vitamin A that combines retinol (pure Vitamin A) and palmitic acid. A primary anti-oxidant, free radical scavenger and cell renewal ingredient. Acts as a skin normalizer with the ability to either moisturize dry skin, or reduce excess oil in oily skin.
A nourishing, non-irritating version of vitamin A that is shown to increase skin elasticity, thicken the epidermis, and normalize dry, parched skin.
A stable form of Vitamin A that acts as a skin normalizer. Helps remind the cells of what they "did" when they were young. Nourishes the skin when applied topically.
to exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin.
a type of Vitamin A
(Vitamin A) - Improves skin moisture content, suppleness, and reduces the signs of photo aging. It increases the substantivity of other vitamins and is an anti-oxidant. Reduces dryness and flaking.
Vitamin A has been found to help give the look of firmer skin. This smoothes away the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and reduces the signs of sun damaged skin. It also helps to reduces skin dryness and flaking, giving the skin a healthy look.
A potent anti-oxidant making it an effective 'free-radical scavenger'. It is widely used for healing and as an anti-aging ingredient because of its ability to stimulate cell production.
Retinyl palmitate, or vitamin A palmitate, is a common vitamin supplement, with formula C36H60O2. It is available in both oral and injectable forms for treatment of vitamin A deficiency, under the brand names Aquasol AÂ® and Palmitate AÂ®.