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Avon Isa Knox ANEW Clinical Line Eraser with Retinol [1.0%] Advanced Retinol Serum

Is your skin ready for our most advanced wrinkle fighter? Now infused with our highest level of retinol (1%!), the #1 wrinkle-fighting ingredient recommended by dermatologists, Isa Knox Anew Clinical Line Eraser delivers dramatic visible wrinkle-fighting results. 100% showed clinical improvement of fine lines and wrinkles in one week, with increased results over time. A high-performance serum that dramatically reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots, Isa Knox Anew Clinical has state-of-the-art, youth-boosting technologies, skin-firming collagen stimulators and super-revved resurfacers. 1 fl. oz.
 
KEY INGREDIENT
• Retinol – The gold-standard ingredient for improving the look of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging.

BENEFITS OF RETINOL
• It does it all, and is one of the top superhero ingredients in anti-aging skin care products.
• Retinol works to accelerate skin turnover, smoothing fine lines and wrinkles.
• Visibly refreshes skin’s texture for a smoother, brighter look.

NOT RECOMMENDED
• For those who have sensitive skin types, as delicate skin can take longer to adjust.
• If you have over-exfoliated skin from at-home or in-office treatments.
• If your skin is sunburnt.
• For people that are pregnant or nursing.
• For anyone in these categories, we suggest trying our Farm RX Bakuchiol collection, with a plant-based alternative to retinol. For beginners to retinol, we suggest Isa Knox Anew Clinical Fine Line Eraser with Retinol (Regular or Targeted Treatment).

TO USE
• We recommend the “low and slow” approach. Start with a pea-sized amount on one night, then wait a few days to check your tolerance. If you don’t experience a reaction like redness, irritation, or dry skin, use again. If you do, try mixing the retinol with your moisturizer.
• Use retinol 1-2x per week at first. Gradually work up to 3x per week or every other day.
• Only recommended for PM use, as retinol makes your skin more sensitive to sunlight.
• Always be sure to use SPF in the AM.

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