OZNaturals Anti Aging Retinol Serum

Best Retinol Anti-Aging Serum

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Why people love it
  • Expect visible results (look younger than you are) 
  • Provides skin with a nice sheen while hydrating it 
  • Good for sensitive skins  

 

The OZNaturals Serum is 98% natural and has the highest non-prescription content of retinol available. It’s great for sensitive skins and has a dispenser that makes it easy to get the right amount. 

Cons are difficult to come by, but there are those that find it a little on the expensive side and those that expected a little more from this product. 

Details

Who’s It For? Just about anyone, though it works especially well on those with sensitive skins.

Texture: This serum is slightly more gel-like than it is an oily serum. Users enjoy the gel-like consistency and the easy absorption of this retinol serum – and most feel they receive great results and healthier skin after continued use.

We appreciate the dispensing pump as it provides just the right amount of product. It releases just enough to cover your face and neck. Many users report excellent and quick absorption. 

Remember to use a sunscreen in conjunction with any retinol product, and it’s best to apply at night if you have the option.

Fragrance: And, it’s mostly odorless. Some users report a slight smell, nothing too painful, but it disappears as soon as it is absorbed.

Ingredients: Retinol, plus astaxanthin, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin E. This stuff is 98% percent natural. Moreover, we’re fans of the high retinol content and, simultaneously, the almost completely natural formulation. Even with all that retinol, you can expect a fair amount of moisturizing power along with the tightening of your skin. Like the sound of that? Most people do.

Price: You’ll pay $18 for a single ounce. That’s not bad for an anti-aging product, but it’s not the best either.

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