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Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex

Deconstruct Retinol night cream is a collagen boosting night cream formulated with a power combination of 0.1% Retinol and 1% Beta-glucan complex that promotes collagen production, helps in skin regeneration, skin tightening and fades fine lines & wrinkles. The 0.1% Retinol accelerates skin cell turnover with collagen synthesis to fade fine lines & wrinkles, and the 1% Beta-Glucan Complex, a natural water-superabsorber, deeply moisturizes the skin. Together it restores the skin suppleness and elasticity making it softer and smoother.

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    Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex
    Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex
    Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex - thedeconstruct
    Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex - thedeconstruct
    Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex - thedeconstruct
    Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex - thedeconstruct
    Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex - thedeconstruct
    Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex - thedeconstruct

    DETAILS

    Why is this different?

    Retinol night cream is uniquely formulated with 0.1% Retinol and 1% Beta-glucan complex. A Collagen boosting night cream that helps in skin regeneration, fights signs of aging by helping build collagen and moisturizes the skin to keep it soft and supple.

    How Does it Work on the Skin?

    • 0.1% Retinol accelerates skin cell turnover with collagen synthesis to fade fine lines & wrinkles.
    • 1% Beta-Glucan Complex, a natural water-superabsorber, deeply moisturizes the skin.

    How to use?

    1. Gently massage a small amount on your face & neck until absorbed.
    2. Use only in the night routine.
    3. Use only twice a week to begin with and slowly increase the frequency to everyday.
    4. Do not skip using sunscreen in the morning routine to retain efficacy of retinol and protect from further sun damage.

    DECONSTRUCTING Retinol night cream - 0.1% Retinol + 1% Beta-Glucan Complex

    Glycerin: Glycerin is a humectant that improves the skin’s hydration, skin barrier function.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18510666/

    Propanediol: It has high humectant capacity and provides benefits such as skin moisture. It softens and soothes the skin and also prevents water loss from cutaneous tissue surface. It also increases the effectiveness of preservative systems.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8587458/

    Cetearyl Olivate: It withholds perspiration water so as to provide hydrating effect. It also improves transepidermal penetration of biologically-active molecules.
    https://patents.google.com/patent/US8796217B2/en

    Sorbitan Olivate: It is an olive oil derived surfactant and emulsifying agent that binds oil and water phase together.
    https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1091581819871877

    C15-19 alkane: It is a protective emollient, used as a silicone alternative that makes skin softer and smoother.
    https://cosmetics.specialchem.com/inci-ingredients/c15-19-alkane#:~:text=C15%2D19%20Alkane%20is%20a,by%20mineral%20oils%20and%20silicones.

    Isopropyl Myristate: It is used as a moisturizer in cosmetic preparations.
    https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/Isopropyl-myristate

    Niacinamide: A form of Vitamin B3, that reduces melanosome transfer from melanocytes and inhibits excess melanin production to tackle hyperpigmentation, dark spots, uneven skin tone and controls oil production.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2921764/

    Cetyl alcohol: It is used as an emollient to prevent drying and chapping of the skin because of its water-binding property
    https://www.cir-safety.org/sites/default/files/115_buff3a_suppl.pdf

    Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer: It helps to improve the texture of skincare and cosmetic formulations.
    Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/Vp Copolymer - The Dermatology Review (thedermreview.com)

    Ceto Stearyl Alcohol: A fatty alcohol that functions as an emulsifier and also imparts a fine texture to the product.
    https://www.cir-safety.org/sites/default/files/115_buff3a_suppl.pdf

    Dicaprylyl Carbonate: It acts as a skin-conditioning agent, emollient, solvent & helps to enhance the absorption of other ingredients in a cosmetic formula.
    https://www.cir-safety.org/sites/default/files/dialkyl%20carbonates.pdf

    Squalane: This plant derived squalane prevents Trans-Epidermal Water loss (TEWL), boosts skin hydration thereby restoring skin suppleness and is a great ingredient for dry skin.
    (PDF) Squalene-Natural resources and applications (researchgate.net)

    Phenoxyethanol: It has a large spectrum of antimicrobial activity and has been widely used as a preservative in cosmetic products.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31588615/

    Ethylhexylglycerin: It is used as a potentiating agent in combination with phenoxyethanol to obtain better protection against microbial growth.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5082626/ 

    Beta-Glucan: It is a polysaccharide that functions as a humectant and moisturising agent that boosts hydration levels of skin and also maintains skin barrier function.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6017669/

    Panthenol: It is a power humectant that seals in moisture and prevents transepidermal water loss.
    Cosmet. Sci., 62, 361–369 ( July/August 2011) 

    Allantoin: A potent water soluble hydrating agent that soothes and calms the inflamed skin. A great ingredient for people with sensitive skin.
    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/289628507_Allantoin_-_Healing_and_anti-inflammatory_properties

    Retinol: It is a form of vitamin A that enhances production of collagen and works on fine lines and wrinkles and also helps with hyperpigmentation, dark spots and age spots, promoting brighter skin.
    Improvement of naturally aged skin with vitamin A (retinol) Kraft R, Kwak HSR, Schumacher WE et al. Arch Dermatol, 2007, 143, 606-612

    Polysorbate 20: It is used as a solubilizing agent in cosmetic preparations.
    https://www.cir-safety.org/sites/default/files/polysorbates.pdf 

    BHA: These are synthetic antioxidants that preserve the product from oxidative damage.
    https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/10915818409021273
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12396675/

    BHT: It is used as an antioxidant in cosmetic product formulations.
    https://online.personalcarecouncil.org/ctfa-static/online/lists/cir-pdfs/PRS279.pdf

    Disodium EDTA: It binds to metal ions which inactivates them. The binding of metal ions helps prevent the deterioration of cosmetics and personal care products. https://www.cir-safety.org/sites/default/files/EDTA.pdf

    Betaine: It is a good humectant and skin conditioning agent that makes the skin softer.
    https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1091581818773354

    Linoleic Acid: Topical application of linoleic acid increases the synthesis of ceramides and exerts positive effects on the skin barrier.
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/dth.14263

    Linolenic Acid: It suppresses melanin production and thus reduces UVA and UVB induced hyperpigmentation.
    https://sci-hub.se/https://doi.org/10.1007/s004030050320

    Pisum Sativum Extract: It is a plant derived peptide that functions as an antioxidant to protect the skin from free radicals and also provides anti-aging effects.
    https://thedermreview.com/plant-extracts-skin-care/

    PRODUCT INGREDIENTS

    Aqua, Glycerin, Propanediol, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate, C15-19 Alkane, Isopropyl myristate, Niacinamide, Cetyl Alcohol, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer, Ceto Stearyl Alcohol, Dicaprylyl Carbonate, Squalane, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Beta-Glucan, Panthenol, Allantoin, Retinol, Polysorbate 20, BHA, BHT, Disodium EDTA, Betaine, Linoleic Acid, Linolenic Acid, Pisum Sativum Extract.

    WHICH INGREDIENTS CAN I MIX?

    Use with Deconstruct’s Hydrating Serum- 2% Hyaluronic Acid + 1% Niacinamide. Over a cleansed face, apply 2-3 drops of the Deconstruct’s Hydrating serum. Follow up with Deconstruct’s Retinol Night Cream for best results.

    THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND

    • Patch testing prior to use is advised
    • All products are gender-neutral
    • Best suited for individuals above 25 years of age.

    DECONSTRUCT'S -  RECOMMENDED SKIN CONCERNS & SKIN TYPES

    This Retinol Night Cream is best suited for-

    • Dry skin
    • Normal skin
    • Combination skin
    • Sensitive skin
    • Oily skin

    Use Retinol Night Cream, if your concerns are-

    • Wrinkles and fine lines

    SHIPPING & RETURNS

    Shipping

    Where do we ship to?

    We ship to almost every city in India. We do not offer an international shipping option currently, but we hope to offer it in the future.

    How long does an order take to process?

    We try to process the orders within 24 working hours, in most cases we try to fulfil the order within 5 working days, but please allow us 7 working days to fulfil the order. Order delivery time may vary during peak periods(after/during product launches, holidays and special promotions)

    How long does it take to ship?

    We ship all confirmed orders within 24 working hours. You will receive an email once your order is shipped with your tracking number. We work as hard as we can to try to meet your expectations, but sometimes there may be delays – e.g. because of postal/carrier delays, logistics, bad weather, or things out of our control.

    How can you track your order?

    Once your order has been dispatched from our warehouse, you will receive an email with your tracking information.

    Cancellations

    You can cancel your orders by writing to us on our Email ID – wecare@thedeconstruct.in or please call us on 080-471-05772 (Monday to Friday, 10AM to 7PM & Saturday 10AM to 4PM)and we will help you in cancelling the order.

    How will I receive the refund for my cancelled order?

    For prepaid orders, money will be returned to the bank account/credit/debit card or where the payment was made within 7 business working days.We will be able to credit to the original method of payment, we cannot refund to another alternative card.

    Please Note: Orders can only be cancelled before they are shipped.

    Returns and Refund

    Thank you for shopping at The Deconstruct. We have made all our products with utmost care and deep scientific knowledge with an understanding of most skin types. If you are still not completely satisfied with a purchase, please reach out to us and we will put all our efforts to help you. Kindly make an unboxing video for an easy reference. 

    We offer refund / replacement only in following cases:

    1. Wrong product delivered
    2. Expired product delivered
    3. Damaged product delivered – Physical damage
    4. Missing product

    Step 1 – Raise a request within 2 days from the date of delivery along with an unboxing video through Email –
    wecare@thedeconstruct.in or on Whatsapp at +919398249040 with the pictures of the issue
    you are facing and your order ID.

    Step 2 – Allow us 48 working hours to review your request.

    Step 3 – On reviewing your request, we will send our courier partner to collect the product delivered to you.

    Step 4 – After your product(s) is received, we will verify it and initiate the replacement or refund accordingly.

    Under what conditions return/ replacement requests will not be accepted?

    • Opened/used/altered products.
    • Original packaging (mono cartons, labels, etc.) missing.
    • The return/replacement request is generated after 2 days from the date of delivery.
    • The damaged/ missing product is reported after 2 days from the date of delivery.
    • Update received as product delivered but product not received and if reported after 24 hours from the time of delivery.

    FAQS

    1. Can I use Retinol & Peptide serum and Retinol night cream together?
      No, it is not recommended to use retinol serum and retinol cream together as they both contain high concentrations of retinol which can cause skin irritation and sensitivity. It's best to alternate between the two or consult a dermatologist for a personalized skincare routine.
    2. What should I use if I am a beginner- Retinol & Peptide serum or Retinol night cream?
      Retinol night cream is ideal to start your retinol journey if you are a retinol beginner because it contains good moisturizing agents such as emollients and humectants that will prevent your skin from drying out and also not irritate the skin.
    3. I am a beginner and never used Retinol before, can I still use it? / Ease-in process of Retinol night cream?
      Yes, if you are a beginner or someone with sensitive skin, you can use Retinol night cream.
      Our recommendation is to always start with a patch test and gradually include it in your daily routine to avoid any skin damage.
      Take a very small quantity of Retinol Night cream and use it twice a week in your night routine, if everything is fine slowly increase to using it every alternate day. If everything is fine, move to using for 2/3 days per week and slowly increase the frequency of usage.
      This way you can get to using the product everyday in 6-8 weeks of time and this is called an ‘ease-in’ process to get the skin used to the active.
    4. What are the key ingredients in retinol cream?
      The key ingredients in retinol night cream are 0.1% Retinol and 1% Beta Glucan Complex
      Retinol accelerates skin cell turnover with collagen synthesis to fade fine lines & wrinkles.
      Beta-Glucan Complex, a natural water-superabsorber, deeply moisturizes the skin.
    5. What is Retinol night cream used for?
      Retinol night cream is a potent formula used to firm the skin by promoting collagen production. It helps in fading fine lines and wrinkles leaving you with more youthful skin.
      It helps to accelerate skin renewal and to restore skin suppleness and elasticity making it softer and smoother. 
    6. Can Retinol cream be used twice a day?
      No,Retinol night  cream should be used only once in your nighttime routine 
    7. I have sensitive skin, can I use retinol night cream?
      Yes, you can use retinol night cream even if you have sensitive skin.
      To begin with, start using once a week and slowly increase the frequency to twice a week as your skin gets used to it. You can gradually move to using the retinol night cream everyday once your skin gets used to it.
    8. What skin types can use Retinol cream?
      Retinol night cream has unique ingredients and is a potent formula that is suitable for all skin types. If you have a sensitive skin type then start using once a week and then gradually increase to using it twice a week. You can gradually move to using the retinol night cream everyday once your skin gets used to it.
      It is advisable to always patch test any product before use.
    9. Can retinol night cream be used along with other serums/ products?/ Can you combine retinol with other topical skin treatments?
      Retinol night cream can be combined with hydrating and moisturizing key ingredients like hyaluronic acid, ceramides.
      Patch testing and gradual increase of use of the combinations is advised. Sensitive skin condition people should avoid such combinations of products.
      While using retinol it is advised to include sunscreen to your next morning skin care routine.
    10. Can I use Retinol cream in my morning skin care routine?
      We recommend to use Retinol at night as it is a potent ingredient. 
    11. Does  this retinol product help with pigmentation?
      Retinol night cream works on the signs of ageing such as fine lines and deep wrinkles. It helps to stimulate collagen production and thus improving skin firmness, keeps it moisturised, soft and supple maintaining skin elasticity. 
    12. Does this retinol product help with acne?
      The main benefits of retinol is to primarily work on skin issues such as wrinkles and fine lines by increasing collagen production. It also helps unclog the pores, thus helping with acne and uneven skin texture. 
    13. How should I use retinol night cream?
      Start using retinol once- twice a week and gradually increase the frequency to everyday once your skin adapts retinol well. 
    14. What are the side effects of retinol?
      Purging in the first few weeks of using retinol is a common side effect that one may face. However, it also means that retinol has started working on the skin cells and has begun accelerating the skin cell turnover to give a smoother, wrinkle free skin.
    15. How can you manage the side effects of retinol?
      To avoid irritated skin keep your skin routine to minimal and make sure to use soothing and calming ingredients and good moisturizers in your routine that will keep your skin moisturised and help prevent the irritation caused by retinol.
    16. Will using retinol night cream cause purging?
      Retinol being a very strong and potent ingredient is very likely to cause purging on skin. Though it means that Retinol is working. 
    17. How long does retinol purging last?
      Retinol purging lasts for about 3-6 weeks.
    18. How long does retinol take to work?/How long does it take retinol to work?
      Results usually take a few weeks to appear, but sometimes it may require months of consistent use to see the results depending on the skin.
      But generally it takes about 10-12 weeks to work on the skin and see some result.
    19. Is 0.1% retinol concentration enough to see visible results?
      Yes, 0.1% retinol concentration is most favourable in a moisturising formulation that benefits skin without causing irritation.
    20. Is retinol night cream safe to use for a teenager?
      We recommend using retinol from age 25+.
      Patch testing prior to use is advised.
    21. Is retinol night cream safe to use for a pregnant and/ or a lactating/ nursing mother or Can you use retinol while pregnant or breastfeeding?
      We do not recommend using retinol during pregnancy/lactation period/breastfeeding period.
    22. Is retinol night cream safe to use for women/men in their 40s, 50s, 60s?
      Yes, retinol night cream is safe to use for women/ men in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s.
      We recommend using products according to specific skin concerns.
      It is recommended to patch test before use and gradually build up to use
    23. How is beta-glucan useful for skin?/ What are the benefits of beta-glucan on skin?
      Beta-glucan is a moisturising ingredient that locks in water and prevents moisture loss from skin.
      It contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that soothe and calm the skin.
      It also protects skin barrier function.
    24. Can beta-glucan cause acne?
      Beta-glucan has anti-inflammatory properties thus has very less chances of causing acne.
    25. When should I start using retinol?
      We recommend using retinol during the mid-twenties and above to prevent premature aging and maintain a younger-looking skin. 
    26. How should I make my routine work with my active ingredients such as BHA/AHA/ and retinol cream?
      It is recommended to use chemical exfoliants such as AHAs (Glycolic acid)  BHAs (Salicylic acid)  and retinol in separate routines or even on separate days to avoid extreme irritation and sensitivity caused by their combined usage.
    27. Will retinol have similar benefits to tretinoin long term?
      Both are vitamin A derivatives with different compositions but provide similar benefits. Tretinoin is a stronger version of vitamin A which is a pure retinoic acid that usually comes under prescribed medication. Retinol on the other hand is a relatively milder version which converts to retinoic acid after application. Tretinoin shows faster results as compared to retinol.
    28. When should you start using retinol cream?
      You can start using retinol night cream during your mid twenties.
    29. What is a good SPF level when using retinol?
      We recommend using SPF 50 sunscreen in the morning skincare routine when using retinol night cream.
    30. I’m in my 20’s. Am I too young to start using a retinol?/What is the best age to use retinol?
      Mid twenties is the ideal age to start your retinol journey.
    31. Do you use retinol overnight cream before or after serum?
      You can use hyaluronic acid serum before using retinol night cream.
    32. What order should I do my retinol, vitamin C and hyaluronic acid serums?
      We recommend using retinol night cream and vitamin C serum in different routines. Hyaluronic acid serum can be used before retinol night cream in the same routine for best results.
    33. Does retinol make wrinkles worse before they get better?
      No, retinol does not worsen the wrinkles instead it helps with reducing these signs of ageing.
    34. Can I use retinol night cream for acne?
      Retinol is majorly used to benefit skin from signs of ageing like fine lines and wrinkles. For acne we recommend using our Breakout Control serum.
    35. Can I skip retinol for a day?
      Skipping the usage of retinol for a day does not impact the long term benefit of the product.
    36. Do you need to wash retinol off in the morning?
      Retinol is a strong and potent ingredient that is used overnight and as a precaution it is recommended to cleanse your face in the morning and follow up with a moisturizer. Layering with sunscreen is a must for best results.
    37. Do you leave retinol on all night?
      Yes, retinol should be left on skin overnight to get the best results.
    38. Can I use a retinol cream every night?/Should I use retinol everyday?/How often should I be using retinol?
      Since retinol is a very strong active, we need to build tolerance towards it.
      Start by using it once per week and gradually move it to using twice a week
      Then slowly start using it from alternate days to everyday.
    39. What to avoid when using retinol?
      You should avoid using vitamin C, benzoyl peroxide and AHA/BHA/PHA acids in the same routine as that of retinol.
    40. What is the ideal concentration of retinol to use?
      Most dermatologists recommend a concentration of around 0.1 - 0.2 % for beginners. A more concentrated and strong product would also mean a possibility of irritation and dryness on skin.
    41. Will retinol irritate my skin?
      Retinol is a potent ingredient that might irritate the skin until tolerance is built. Our retinol night cream contains a sufficient quantity of soothing agents that prevent irritation.
    42. How do retinol creams work?/What does retinol do for your skin?
      Retinol night cream accelerates the skin cell turnover and boosts collagen synthesis which further helps fade fine lines and wrinkles and makes the skin firm and smoother.
    43. How to use retinol night cream?
      Gently massage a small amount on your face & neck until absorbed. Use only in the night routine. Use only twice a week to begin with and slowly increase the frequency to everyday. Do not skip using sunscreen in the morning routine.

    Manufacturer Details

    Intigree Biomed Private Limited, Plot no 62, Genesis Industrial Complex, Kolgaon, Tal. Dist. Palghar 401404, Maharashtra, India

    Country of Origin: India

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