What is Reticuram® Serum?
Retinol is a super ingredient for skins with numerous benefits, but its use is quite restricted due to various side effects. Reticuram serum is next-generation retinol that contains the most stabilized form of retinol, RetiStar® Liposomal Retinol. The liposomal form of retinol in RetiStar ensures complete safety and deep penetration of the retinol to give a better outcome. The liposomal technology forms a lipid bilayer over each molecule of retinol which makes it more stable, safe and ensures a targeted delivery to the skin. This scientifically-backed retinol remains active and stable throughout the shelf life and has minimal irritation as compared to the conventional retinol formulations.
How to use Reticuram® Serum?
- Wash the face with a mild cleanser and pat dry. Apply Reticuram serum on the face and neck and spread with gentle dabbing with palm.
- The serum is to be applied at night only. Apply sunscreen in the day at least 20 minutes before going out in sun.
Main ingredients of Reticuram® Serum
- Improvement of pigmentation marks.
- Stimulation of collagen and elastin production.
- Stimulation of GAGS (Glycosaminoglycans): molecules important for skin hydration.
- Improvement of fine lines and wrinkles.
- A healthier and more youthful glow to one’s skin.
- An improvement of skin laxity.
- Smoother skin texture and an improvement of breakouts, blemishes, and bumps.
- Reduction of excess oil production.
- Improved appearance of pores: reduction in size and number.
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