TOTAL AGE CORRECTION Retinol in Oil Night Cream by Lancaster is a silky essence with a high concentration of Retinol that acts at night to stimulate cell renewal, and thus correct the visible signs of aging.
For the first time, Lancaster combines its most prestigious technologies (DNA + RETINOL + FULL LIGHT TECHNOLOGY) giving rise to a formula that includes high levels of Retinol, which increases the luminosity of the skin and immediately stops the evolution of signs of aging, smoothing existing wrinkles and inviting us to wake up with a radiant and rejuvenated complexion.
With use, we can appreciate how the skin acquires resistance and improves quality, strengthened against external aggressions, acquiring luminosity and freshness, and above all, recovering lost beauty and youth.
Its smooth oil texture quickly penetrates the skin providing comfort and avoiding a greasy feeling, so it can be used by all skin types.
Between 36 and 50 years old /More than 50 years old
All skin types
Its composition includes ingredients such as:
· Retinol, which regenerates skin, smoothing, firming and unifying its tone.
Apply each night to clean toned skin. Gently massage into skin until completely absorbed.
Recommended for all skin types after the age of 40.
Combine preferably with products from the 365 TOTAL AGE CORRECTION range, or other Lancaster products, to enhance benefits for best results.
It is the second treatment cream I have purchased from Lancaster and I will not repeat. I like their line of sun creams that I use regularly and that is why I decided to buy a facial cream. However, within minutes of applying this particular cream, my skin is tight, dry, feeling very uncomfortable and crying out for hydration.
It is the first time I have used it, it has a creamy and fluid texture, it spreads very well, and leaves the skin very hydrated. It is not sticky, it is absorbed very well. I like it, and I recommend it. You wake up with a great face.
Hi there. When taking retinol, should I apply sunscreen the next day?
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(Sol · 14/08/2020)
Hello Sun, thanks for your question. Yes, because retinol makes your skin more sensitive to the sun's UVA rays, you should incorporate a high SPF sunscreen and if you don't use it, the benefits of retinol would also decrease. All the best.