Fight the signs of aging with Renova

As we age, fine lines and wrinkles become more prominent.  Many people don’t consider skin care until later in life, after the sun exposure has done its damage and acne has left a scar or two.

While there are plenty of skin creams that claim to fight the signs of aging, Renova, a topical form of Vitamin A is showing remarkable results in clinical studies.

More about Renova

Renova encourages skin cells to rejuvenate themselves.  It does more than tackle dry skin. According to the Australasian College of Dermatologists, Renova can help improve the look of skin.  Researchers conducted a small study, involving 30 women.  Half of the group applied the cream to their face daily, while the other half used a placebo.

Renova had the following effects:

  • reduced wrinkles and fine lines
  • collagen production went up
  • smoother texture
  • increase skin thickness
  • improved elasticity
  • improved acne
  • improved overall tone
  • improved pigmentation
  • increases skin hydration

A mild side effect of skin irritation was reported.

A new treatment

The treatment has worked so well, there are specific instructions for those using Renova as a wrinkle remover.  According to the Mayo Clinic, adults can apply Renova before they go to bed to see dark spots and wrinkles fade away.  During the first 3 weeks you are using Renova, skin may become irritated. Also, acne may seem to get worse before it gets better. It may take longer than 12 weeks before you notice full improvement of your acne, even if you use the medicine every day.

It is always best to speak with your health care provider before making any kind of skin care change.

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