Retinol Skincare

Youth-restoring retinol creams and serums for all skin concerns. Known for its exfoliant properties and ability to increase cell turnover, retinol is an anti-ageing ingredient that smooths your skin’s surface and stimulates collagen production. Easy to absorb and fast to act, our retinol formulations are made to fight fine lines and wrinkles and restore your complexion.

Simply choose the right retinol cream or serum for your skin type, each blended with a concentrated, tailored burst of the botanicals and actives you need. For a greater lift, our PRO formulations up the retinol concentration, and to target scars check out our Retin-C Vitamin Scar Treatment Oil. Always remember to respect your retinol products and wear a broad spectrum SPF while using.

Regenacalm 2% Retinol and Vitamin C Serum S1 with Dill, Liquorice Extract and Hyaluronic Acid

Regenacalm 2% Retinol and Vitamin C Serum S1 (30 ml)

with Dill, Liquorice Extract and Hyaluronic Acid

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Regena-C Moisturiser M4 with Retinol Ester, Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid

Regena-C Moisturiser M4 (50 ml)

with Retinol Ester, Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid

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Ceraquench Renewal Cream M6 (50 ml)

with Ceramides, Q10, Retinol and Vitamin C

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Chiromasque Renewing Hand Mask H3 (50 ml)

with Granactive Retinoid®, Urea and Micah®


Regenacalm Serum S1 Pro with 3% Encapsulated Retinoid and Liquorice

Regenacalm Serum S1 Pro (30 ml)

with 3% Encapsulated Retinoid and Liquorice

Regena-C Moisturiser M4 Pro 
with 3% Retinol Liposomes and Vitamin C

Regena-C Moisturiser M4 Pro (50 ml)

with 3% Retinol Liposomes and Vitamin C

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Retin-C Vitamin Scar Treatment Oil O9 with Retinol Ester, Vitamin C and Vitamin E

Retin-C Vitamin Scar Treatment Oil O9 (100 ml)

with Retinol Ester, Vitamin C and Vitamin E

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Hyaluret Serum S13 with Retinoic and Hyaluronic Acid Ester, Beta-glucan, Liquorice and Dill

Hyaluret Serum S13 (30 ml)

with Retinoic and Hyaluronic Acid Ester, Beta-glucan, Liquorice and Dill

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