Retinoids in the Treatment of Skin Aging: an Overview of Clinical Efficacy and Safety
A 2006 review from Clinical Interventions in Aging (vol 1, no 4, p.327) reviewing scientific data on the various forms of retinol and the topical delivery systems to reverse the effects of photoaged skin. The authors observe that while the most effective form of retinol - tretinoin - is also associated with adverse reactions, the reactions can be overcome by using different forms of retinol or soothing agents. Finally, the authors conclude that retinol is effective for treating photoaged skin and that promising new forms of retinol hold the promise for more effective and less irritating solutions to prematurely aged skin.
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