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Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin made up of closely related unsaturated hydrocarbons, including retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, and several provitamin A carotenoids. Vitamin A and its derivates, either natural or synthetic, are collectively and generally referred to as retinoids. This vitamin carries the distinction of having being used therapeutically approximately 3000 years ago, in ancient Egypt to treat endemic night blindness, a condition wherein a person finds it difficult to see in…


Skin Laundry Night Renew Treatment – This retinoic acid is used for acne and anti-aging purposes.


Cannabis oil and retinoic acid are the most exciting discoveries in natural cures for breast cancer. Here's why they could be the most powerful breast cancer cures of them all...

Retinol is a synthetic form of retinoic acid, well known for its dramatic effects on our skin, but not without potential irritation. What about using rosehip oi

Skincare | How Retinol Really Works? ........ Retinol is a form of Vitamin A that is converted to retinoic acid in the skin. It works to repair photo-damaged skin, acne, and other sluggish skin conditions. It helps to normalized cell turnover, increase collagen deposition and bind moisture in the skin. It inhibits melanogenesis to promote a clear complexion and an even skin tone. Amazing skincare ingredient!

Retinol is a synthetic form of retinoic acid, well known for its dramatic…

Scientists have recently discovered the role of a vitamin A compound called retinoic acid, and how it can prevent colon cancer relapse and metastasis.

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Rosehip Oil - The Anti-Aging Oil

Rosehip Oil - The Anti-Aging Oil - Great moisturizer, Reduce wrinkles, Fade scars and age spots, Helps fight pre-mature aging, Can help treat eczema and psoriasis, Evens out skin tone!:


Rosehip oil is frequently used in cosmetics and is a fantastic natural source of retinoic acid which works well for scarring, burns and eczema.


Vitamin A Compound Might Aid in Colon Cancer Fight Researchers studying connection between retinoic acid and inflammation in gut