7550 France Ave S. Suite 215, Edina, MN 55435
Fight Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Fight Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Revision Skincare Retinol Facial Repair

This 1% Retinol a.k.a. the gold standard anti-aging ingredient, plumps skin, exfoliates dead cells and helps fight fine lines and wrinkles. Great for mature, combination and oily skin types.

Wake up to a brighter, healthier looking complexion!

Features & Benefits:

  • 1% Retinol, a super antioxidant, increases collagen production to:  repair fine lines/wrinkles, reduce hyperpigmentation/sun spots, and firm skin
  • Contains a blend of antioxidants for maximum benefits to help reduce further damage and moisturize the skin
  • The retinol is timed released for maximum benefits and minimizes irritation
  • Paraben and oil free and does not cause the side effects many patients experience with Retinoic Acid

How to use:

  • Use only at night
  • After cleansing, dispense 1-2 pumps and apply to face, avoiding the eye area
  • Apply an SPF; such as, Intellishade spf 45, while using this product as Retinol makes the skin more sensitive to UV rays
  • Do no use if pregnant, plan to become pregnant or while breast-feeding

Key Ingredients:

  • Retinol. Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Biosaccharide Gum-1. Provides long-term hydration and moisturization to the skin.
  • Vitamin C (THD Ascorbate). Brightens skin and provides powerful antioxidant benefits.
  • Coenzyme Q10 (Ubiquinone). Fat-soluble antioxidant reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Squalane. Natural oil derived from olives surges moisture into the skin.

Results:  Left to right: Ultraviolet (UV) Exposure Spot Count: 316; UV Spot Count: 107
Regimen Included: (AM) Vitamin C Lotion 30% & Intellishade, (PM) Retinol Facial Repair

Hormone Prescriptions

Hormone Prescriptions

Q) Why can’t I get my bio-identical hormones at my regular pharmacy?  

A)  Bio-identical hormones, such as estrogen and progesterone are chemically identical to what is made by human ovary, whereas drug company manufactured hormones are chemically different and have been associated with multiple complications such as heart attack, stroke, blood clots, breast cancer, etc. Bio-identical hormones are obtained by a compounding pharmacist who can create creams, pills or sublingual preparations according to the prescribing physician’s orders. Most regular pharmacies do not do compounding, although so are beginning to do it.  ~Sarah Sankey, RN