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Retinal Advanced is a youth-boosting night serum that helps visibly reduce wrinkles and fine lines. Designed with an innovative dual-phase technology, it combines the power of retinaldehyde, melatonin and bakuchiol with Soothing Complex at the moment of application. Add it gradually into your PM routine to unveil smooth, rejuvenated skin after 4 weeks.


-1.7 FL OZ (50 ml)

-All skin types

-Non-comedogenic, mineral oil free, not recommended for use during pregnancy

-Fines lines and wrinkles, loss of firmness and elasticity, dullness

-Retinaldehyde, melatonin, bakuchiol, Soothing Complex



Retinal Advanced

  • Apply at night onto clean and dry skin. Press the pump twice to dispense the right amount into the palm of your hand, mix well, and apply. Massage serum onto your face and down to your neck, avoiding the eye area.

    The next morning, make sure to always apply a broad spectrum sunscreen, such as Eryfotona Actinica or Eryfotona Ageless.

    *If it’s your first time using a retinoid, we recommend being mindful of the retinization period. Start by applying it three nights a week. In the second week, apply it four nights. Then, if you haven’t noticed any discomfort in the third week, feel free to up application to seven nights a week.

  • Is Retinal Advanced suitable for sensitive skin?

    Yes! It’s suitable for all skin types. Retinal Advanced has been clinically tested on a wide range of skin types, including sensitive skin.

    Can I use it day and night?

    The use of retinoids can make the skin more sensitive to external factors, meaning that the effect of sun exposure can be more intense. For this reason, we recommend using it at night, followed by a broad spectrum sunscreen in the morning, reapplying during the day as directed on the label.

    What is retinization?

    Retinization is the time it may take your skin to adapt to retinoids (like retinaldehyde and retinol). When introducing Retinal Advanced into your routine, it’s recommended to start slow: use it three nights at week at first, then four nights the following week, going up to seven nights in the third week. If you notice prolonged discomfort, limit use and if discomfort persists, consult your dermatologist.

    Why is it a dual-phase texture?

    Its dual-phase formula separates the oil phase (rejuvenating ingredients) from the aqueous phase (soothing ingredients). Phases are separated in the package to help preserve the effectiveness and stability of the formula. They are combined at the moment of application.

    Can it be used during pregnancy or lactation?

    If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor prior to use.

    Can retinal be combined with vitamin C?

    Yes! If you want to incorporate the two ingredients into your daily routine, it’s best to start with one first and introduce the other after a while. We’d recommend using a vitamin C formula, like Flavo-C or Flavo-C Ultraglican, in the morning and Retinal Advanced at night.

    What’s the difference between retinal and retinol?

    While both are retinoids, retinal (or retinaldehyde) is closer to retinoic acid (the prescription form) than retinol, meaning it has a higher activity.

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