Dr Dennis Gross Ferulic And Retinol Brightening Solution

Dr Dennis Gross ferulic and retinol brightening solution, is it really the best solution und? There has been a seemingly random surge in interest for this solution. But what does it actually do?

To figure this out we need only look to its namesake actives. Ferulic acid and retinol. Retinol is a topic covered extensively on this site, in fact I’d be surprised if you didn’t know what it was.

To give you a brief summary, retinol is an anti-aging god. It’s the most researched skincare ingredients and it has tonnes of evidence supporting its properties.

These properties include smoothing fine lines, reducing the appearance of sun damage, unclogging pores and increasing collagen production. It does this in part by increasing cell turnover.

Ferulic acid, on the other hand, is a plant-based antioxidant found in the cells of rice, oats, apples and oranges.

Due to its properties as an antioxidant it can soothe inflammation and decrease the formation of brown spots.

Moreover, it can reduce the formation of fine lines and wrinkles.

To read more on antioxidants, click here.

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So, Dr Dennis Gross Ferulic and Retinol brightening solution, is most definitely worthy of the attention.

It contains a dream team of active, anti-aging (although I dislike that term) and brightening ingredients.

There is no doubt that this serum will brighten your skin. The only real issue is that it’s sold out everywhere!

However, I managed to find this. This serum by the same brand contain the same actives but more than that, is more gentle on the skin.

So, if you’ve been scouring the internet for this magical solution, this alternative might actually work out better for you.

Buy it here.

Photos courtesy of Dr Dennis Gross

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