All About Anti-Aging: Retinol Part 1
The Fountain of Youth and the Creatine of Skincare
Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, just a cartoon deer on the internet with a background in chemistry and a hyperfixation on skin. This is not medical advice.
Note: This is the first part of a series on retinol. In this post, we will cover what retinol is, how it works, the different forms it comes in, and the kind I use it personally. You can find part 2 here.
I say this repeatedly on Twitter, and I’ll say it again here: Aging well is a choice.
You can choose to have a high body fat percentage, you can choose to not take care of your skin, and you can choose to just give up at 30 assuming life will go downhill.
But you won’t. You are not average. How do I know? If you were average, you wouldn’t be reading my Substack.
You’re here because you value beauty, as I do. So today, I’m going to introduce you to the actual treasure of Ponce de Leon. The real fountain of youth: