For all skin types. Also suitable for sensitive skin
- 100% vegan
Not tested on animals*
- Free from silicones & artificial colourants
- Made in Germany / Designed in Hamburg
Anti-aging serum with 0.3% pure retinol (vitamin A)
Effective against wrinkles and pimples: our anti-aging retinol serum with pure, skin-rejuvenating retinol ensures smoother, firmer skin.
- Anti-wrinkle effect: improved skin elasticity and reduced wrinkle depth
- Contains 0.3% pure, encapsulated retinol (vitamin A)
- Fights acne, pimples and impurities
- Supports collagen production
- Micro-algae extract soothes the skin
Whether as an anti-aging hero or effective remedy against impurities: Retinol is an absolute all-rounder and offers various advantages for your skin. It replenishes the skin's collagen content, smoothing out wrinkles and fine lines. Retinol also reduces skin irregularities and skin damage caused by UV radiation. As a powerful antioxidant, it also protects your skin from harmful environmental influences. But it gets even better: Our retinol serum also helps with impurities – it regulates sebum production and thus counteracts blocked pores and pimples.
While many competitors use derivatives, we use 0.3% pure retinol in our serum. This penetrates deep into the skin and unfolds its effect exactly where it is needed. The micro-algae extract contained in the serum has a balancing and anti-inflammatory effect, helping to combat impurities. Cell growth is also stimulated, thus slowing down the process of skin aging.
Our antioxidant active ingredient complex made of aloe vera, broccoli and citrus protects the skin from oxidative stress. The result: healthy, youthful and firm skin.
Our retinol serum does not contain perfume.
In the evening, apply a few drops of the serum to the cleansed face and massage gently. The application should be limited to 1–3 times a week at the beginning and can be increased to a daily application over time. Then apply your night cream as usual. Attention: Your skin will be more sensitive to UV light than before. So always remember to use a sunscreen. Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
smoothes your skin by reducing wrinkles and skin irregularities. It also reduces skin damage caused by UV rays and – as an antioxidant – it protects your skin from oxidative stress.
moisturises the skin, has an anti-inflammatory effect and activates cell renewal and metabolism. The resistance of the skin is thus significantly improved.
Antioxidative active ingredient complex
Our highly effective active ingredient complex of aloe vera, broccoli and citrus inhibits the formation of free radicals and protects the skin from oxidative stress. This keeps the skin healthy and maintains its youthful radiance.
All Ingredients extract
Aqua, Pentylene Glycol, Betaine, Propanediol, Distarch Phosphate, Lysolecithin, Sclerotium Gum, Xanthan Gum, Copernicia Cerifera Cera, Pullulan, Retinol, Tocopherol, Glyceryl Caprylate, Glycerin, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Citric Acid, Silica, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Chlorella Vulgaris Extract, 1,2-Hexanediol, Caprylyl Glycol, Humulus Lupulus Extract, Lactic Acid
*Animal testing has been banned in the EU under Regulation VO (EC) 1223/2009 since 2009.
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In principle, retinol is suitable for all skin types. However, if you tend to have very sensitive skin or suffer from rosacea or neurodermatitis, your skin may not tolerate retinol. You should also avoid retinol during pregnancy.
Start with a pea-sized amount of retinol serum 1-2 times a week and see how your skin reacts. If there is no irritation, you can slowly increase the frequency to daily use. We recommend incorporating retinol into your evening routine so that the active ingredient can work well overnight.
Retinol sensitises the skin to sunlight. Therefore, you should apply a high sun protection every day, at least SPF 30 or better still SPF 50. By the way, this applies all year round, not only in summer.
You should avoid retinol (vitamin A) during pregnancy. This is due to the so-called teratogenic effect of the vitamin. This means that an excessive amount of retinol can harm the unborn child during pregnancy. There is a risk of malformations or birth defects.