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Which Topical "Vitamin A" is best ????

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Anyone have any opinion of topical vitamin A??? Currently I use 302's "A Boost"

because it has retinyl palmitate, which Fernandez recommends in all his studies.

I was thinking one reason he decided on this form is because its the mildest,

less irritating. So lets say there are 500 people are in his study, this type would be well

tolerated by all. Kind of a "universal vitamin A". I'm actually getting steady, good

results, but better is better if something else works better. Particularly if anyone

has sensitive skin and has found a good vitamin a.


a quick story........had breakfast with a friend on Sunday morning. We sat in window

table, with the sun coming in. After breakfast she said,"I didn't want to say anything,

but I was shocked about your skin". I said, "why, how does it look??". She said,

"I was actually shocked, it looks so good, I can't believe it". She even said "I need

to be dermalling" after I told her what I was doing. So its working for me.

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