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Anti Ageing Retinol 2.5% Face Serum By Sentia £11.45 @ beauty-healthshop eBay
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Anti Ageing Retinol 2.5% Face Serum By Sentia £11.45 @ beauty-healthshop eBay

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Posted 5th Jun

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This is the face serum I’ve been using. It’s good compared to the other stuff (as it works for me) I’ve been using and I’ve just found it a for few quid cheaper on eBay than it was on Amazon. I’m a 45 year old bloke Andover seen what would have been “crow lines” (nears eye) go away. Normally £14.99 on Amazon when I last bought bought a few times,a bit cheaper on eBay at £11.45 Delivered.
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I may be wrong but think 2.5% is quite strong.. would recommend testing a lower strength if your skin isn't accustomed to this or you may break out.
I think you will find the only thing that causes anti ageing is the tree of life and water of life and they don't arrive until we get New Jerusalem
Retin-A at night, SPF during the day.

Retinol is much weaker. If you know where to look some ebay sellers stock Retin-A (usually Indian versions).
Stick to that painting in the Attic
This has been thoroughly tested, and it works.

Proof here
I saw a dermatologist once who told me that the only thing that will make a real, visible improvement to your skin are prescription strength products, and to wear high factor sunscreen to prevent aging sun damage.

Prescription strength retinol might work but most over the counter products don't have enough active ingredients to make a huge difference.

I have used a few products that made my skin FEEL better, softer, more moisturised, but they do not make much difference to wrinkles etc.
We all want the instant results but with aging, it's mostly genetics and SPF50 I'm afraid.
louiselouise05/06/2019 23:17

Retin-A at night, SPF during the day. Retinol is much weaker. If you know …Retin-A at night, SPF during the day. Retinol is much weaker. If you know where to look some ebay sellers stock Retin-A (usually Indian versions).


Please can you post a link to the one you use.
louisekis06/06/2019 22:31

Please can you post a link to the one you use.



I don't think I can link to ebay sellers (risks their listing being pulled) but places like alldaychemist and similar sites sell Retin-A cheap. There used to be a few thriving pharmacy forums online (mostly US members, and that's really all I ever bought from them) so it involves a bit of digging around.

Added to which, it's been about a year since I bought my last supplies.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 6th Jun
louiselouise06/06/2019 23:15

I don't think I can link to ebay sellers (risks their listing being …I don't think I can link to ebay sellers (risks their listing being pulled) but places like alldaychemist and similar sites sell Retin-A cheap. There used to be a few thriving pharmacy forums online (mostly US members, and that's really all I ever bought from them) so it involves a bit of digging around.Added to which, it's been about a year since I bought my last supplies.


Thanks, I've found somewhere now
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