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Retinol Renewing Serum

Visibly brighten dark spots and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles without irritating or damaging the skin barrier.

Optimally concentrated 0.3% encapsulated retinol efficiently penetrates the skin and accelerates cellular turnover while minimizing irritation. Copper and amino acids reactivate collagen and elastin production in aged cells to promote firmer, smoother-looking skin. Lipids, ceramides and German chamomile offer skin-soothing properties to minimize redness and flaking often associated with retinol use.

Inclusively formulated and tested. Vegan and cruelty-free.


1 fl oz / 30 ml

  • Key Ingredients
  • Directions for use
  • Packaging

0.3% Encapsulated Retinol
Delivers stabilized, time-released vitamin A to improve the appearance of uneven tone and texture while minimizing potential irritation.

Copper + Amino Acids
Increases skin firmness and density by stimulating collagen production.

Lipids + Ceramides

Restores skin barrier health to retain moisture and prevent irritants from penetrating.

Hyaluronic Acid
Low molecular weight deeply penetrates the skin to increase hydration.

Chamomile Extract
Soothes and calms potential skin irritation


At night, apply 1-2 pumps to cleansed skin. Follow with moisturizer.

For the first 1-2 weeks, use every other night to allow your skin time to acclimate, then use every night or alternate with an exfoliating serum if you are skin cycling. Since retinol increases your skin’s sensitivity to sunlight, always use a broad-spectrum SPF the following morning.

FSC-certified box (recyclable)

Glass bottle (recyclable)

Plastic pump (non-recyclable, but plastic-neutral certified)


of study participants said their skin felt smoother and softer after use.


of participants said visible signs of texture have improved.


of participants said their skin tone looks more even.

Clinical Study

Participants by Ethnicity
Participants by gender
Fitzpatrick Scale Skin Tone

In a 12 week clinical study of 43 participants representing all six Fitzpatrick skin types.

Fitzpatrick Scale

Consent Preferences