It seems like there are hundreds of ingredients in professional skin care products. Acetone, alcohol, ascorbic acid, BHA, dysport, glycerin — the list goes on. It will take more than one blog post to tell you about all of the beneficial properties, describe how they work, and whether or not they can actually give you results, so we’re going to focus this blog on just one of them: Retinol. We’re all heard of it, we have maybe even used it, but do you know what it is?
Have you ever looked in the mirror and noticed a mole on your skin? Or wanted to get the low-down on the best professional skin care products to get rid of acne or minimize wrinkles? Or just had something that you weren’t sure what it was, and you didn’t know if it should be looked at by a doctor or not? We’ve probably all been there. And when it comes to our skin, we want to be absolutely sure that the mole is just a mole and not something more serious, like a sign of cancer.