WINNING COMBINATIONS WITH RETINYL LINOLEATE
Retinyl Linoleate + Vitamin C: Together they are the best buddies. As Vitamin C is a wonderful antioxidant it protects and support collagen production While Retinyl Ester renews and stimulates it. To keep them both as mainstays in the regimen, it’s best to use them during different times of the day. Ideally, for optimal results, Vitamin C can be used in the morning while the ester can be used at night.
Retinyl Linoleate + Hyaluronic Acid: Together, they’re the slaying power couple with the humectant counteracting the drying effects of Retinyl Linoleate.
Retinyl Linoleate + Niacinamide: Work together as a power duo to heal all skin woes — acne, wrinkles, and fine lines. They can be even mixed together for application and require no waiting for layering.
Retinyl Linoleate + Coenzyme Q10: When amalgamated with Coenzyme Q10, the duo visibly reduces wrinkle depth. They help in nourishment and repairing of the skin.
Retinyl Linoleate + Ceramides: The lipid mixture of retinyl ester and ceramides works very well for skin which is prone to sun sensitivity and also helps to seal in moisture, leaving the skin soft and supple.
Retinyl Linoleate + Peptides: Peptides help in supporting collagen production, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, so when combined with retinyl linoleate, it helps in supporting elasticity and reduces the dryness immensely, keeping the skin barriers healthy.
Retinyl Linoleate + Alpha Arbutin: The combination of these two acts as a catalyst in melanin production and helps in reduction of dark spots, acne marks and pigmentation.
COMBINATIONS TO AVOID
Retinyl Linoleate + Glycolic/salicylic acid (BHAs): Using these ingredients in conjunction should be avoided as it can be over drying and too harsh on your skin.
Retinyl Linoleate + AHAs: Together these ingredients can disrupt the skin’s barrier and can cause excessive dryness and sensitivity. The only way to use both these products is by alternating the days for their application.
Retinyl Linoleate + Benzoyl Peroxide: When applied together, these two neutralize each other instead of enhancing the effects; making each one less effective and potentially increasing the risk of discomfort.
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