Sunday Riley Brings Anti-Aging Retinol Serum To Sephora and Online

If you are looking for a way to fight the signs of aging, Sunday Riley’s new product may be something that you might want to look into. While she has created products like the Luna Sleeping Night Oil that includes retinoids, she has never released something with as high of a concentration of them as her A+ High-Dose Retinoid Serum. The levels in her new serum may not be small, it is still available without having to get a prescription. This is great news for everyone who doesn’t want to have to go to a doctor for their skincare products. Some on social media are wondering if this is going to be her next product that wins awards!

As we age, many of us face issues with wrinkles, uneven skin, and congested pores which can all be addressed with the new Sunday Riley serum. It was first released earlier this year on January 16 online followed by a release at Sephora later that month. Her many fans were excited to have the opportunity to try it out and are already talking about it on social media. One of the best things about the product is that while it is potent with a retinol blend that makes up 6.5% of the ingredients, it includes several botanicals that prevent damage to the skin such as Hawaiian white honey and bisabolol. While they are working to balance out the skin and prevent irritation, they are also moisturizing the skin and reducing sensitivity.

Sunday Riley is dedicated to making sure that her products are always of the highest quality that she can possibly provide. She ensures that the suppliers of her ingredients all maintain the highest standards possible and only creates her formulas in smaller batches that all go through testing to measure not only quality but consistency from one product to the next. When developing her product line, she is involved with the research and development process for every step of the way to make sure that she provides products that she is proud to have her name on which is just part of the reason her fans keep coming back.