you won’t fall in love with its smell
BUT YOUR SKIN WILL BE SO GORGEOUS
Powered by a lipid-based delivery system that actively nourishes with skin-mimicking phytoactive lipids from Argan, Rosehip Seed and Golden Jojoba oils. Slow-release Retinol works all night to help optimize skin recovery and reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. Salicylic Acid targets active breakouts to help clear skin.
From the Editor’s desk: One of the best results we had in addressing hyperpigmentation. Within 2 weeks of daily use, visible changes, clear skin.
Without a doubt, our new holy grail skin care product! Some of us editors have used retinol products in the past and typically we don’t stick with them because they cause such severe drying and flaking in our skins. This oil helps combat most of that, definitely,
Within 1 week of using this product there was a huge difference in the dark spots I had on my face, simply Wow!
– Anna, Désirer Suisse’s Beauty Editor
the magic of combining
SLOW RELEASE RETINOL + SALICYLIC ACID
The Dermalogica Retinol Clearing oil effectively clears the skin’s occasional breakouts while keeping the skin moisturized and at the same time reducing visible signs of aging.
– the BENEFITS –
- Targets breakouts and visible signs of premature skin aging at the same time
- Renews and soothes skin overnight
- Delivers clearer, more vibrant skin by morning
– the APPLICATION –
Press button and release to fill dropper. At night, after cleansing, gently press button to dispense 6-10 drops into hands. Smooth over face and neck, avoiding the eye area.
– plus MORE –
- Treats and prevents acne and blackheads
- Smooths the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Strengthens skin elasticity
- Nourishes skin and protects the lipid barrier
- Paraben, sulfate and synthetic fragrance-free
- Cruelty-free, vegan; recyclable packaging
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The history of Dermalogica begins in 1986 in Los Angeles.
Jane Wurwand, a beautician from England, found that her training in skin and body therapy was not recognised in the USA and that similar professional training was not offered.
Jane opened a small school in Marina del Rey, California which she named “The International Dermal Institute (IDI)”. She invited licensed skin therapists to offer them practical training to expand their education. Jane was also able to show them how to increase their competitiveness. Today, IDI, with over 40 locations worldwide, is the international gold standard for advanced training in skin and body therapy.