Sure, you can mix Retinol and Ascorbic Acid skincare. I have applied both simultaneously with no ill-fated consequences – sensitivities, irritation, or blemishes. Just because I can, does not mean that you should. Before blending the two proven and costly skincare, let’s weigh the pros/cons.
Vitamin A is an oil-soluble vitamin critical to healthy immune function, vision, reproduction, and cellular communication. The human body is incapable of synthesizing Vitamin A, relying instead on dietary and/or supplemental replenishment. Applied topically, it speeds cellular turnover, inhibits collagen breakdown, and normalizes keratinization. Multi-faceted skin benefits make it ideal over-the-counter solution for both aging and acne-prone skin.
A superhero among skincare ingredients, retinol takes multi-tasking to the next level. Worshipped by the young, the aging, the skin-obsessed, and Dermatologists for tightening, brightening, decongesting, and delivering that mega-watt glow. If among the skeptics and unobsessed, the reasons may be surprising.
Nearly all dermatologists agree that the use of retinol yields smoother, tighter, and a more even toned skin – antiaging gold standard for more than 60 years! There are few tricks to getting the most out any retinol skincare.