For Combination, Hormonal, Depleted & Jet Lagged Skin. Anti Pollution. Detoxifying.
Discover the Rebalancing Vitamin A range, formulated by the experts at La Clinica. Ultra-transformative, these powerful ingredients work to strengthen the skin barrier, whilst restoring the skin’s natural healthy glow, creating a radiant complexion. From cleansers and serums to staple day and night creams, this collection of hard-working vitamin A skin products diminishes the appearance of imperfections and skin conditions.
Instantly recognised for its uplifting, circus note, the Rebalancing Vitamin A range has become a trusted solution for skin emergencies, offering an assembly of vitamin A creams, skin detoxes, and restorative skin treatments. Though suitable for all skin types and conditions, all of our vitamin A products are tailored for those dealing with sudden skin changes, including combination, dull stressed, and hormonally unbalanced skin conditions.
Restore and repair the skin’s natural radiance with vitamin A skin treatments
Known for its healing properties, vitamin A (as stabilised retinol), is an essential nutrient, with the ability to normalise how cells function. By creating new and healthier cells, it works to give the complexion a sought-after glow. Gentle yet penetrative, vitamin A improves a range of skin concerns, including fading pigmentation, sun damage, controlling acne, and injecting moisture into dull or dry skin. When it comes to using vitamin A for the skin, there’s not much this powerhouse ingredient can’t help you achieve. By accelerating cellular turnover and triggering collagen production, it acts as an incredible anti-ageing formula, restoring dermal thickness to maintain the skin’s youthful appearance. By supporting the skin’s immune system, vitamin A skin products promise to even out the complexion and improve the skin’s natural tone and texture.
Uncover natural, beautiful skin with La Clinica
Made in Melbourne, our formulas are packed with cosmeceutical actives. For leading skincare solutions that elevate the skin, discover the ultimate formulating expertise within each product by La Clinica. Enjoy beautiful skin and the healing properties of our vitamin A creams, cleansers, and full solution kits.
Can you put vitamin A on your face?
Absolutely. Retinol is vitamin A, a type of retinoid that offers a wealth of benefits when applied topically to the face. Vitamin A can be particularly useful for targeting certain skin conditions including acne breakouts. Sufficient in healing and strengthening the skin, use vitamin A day cream to diminish the appearance of blemishes, hydrate the skin, and encourage a radiant and healthy complexion.
Is vitamin A or C better for the skin?
Both of these powerful vitamins are highly beneficial for the skin in different ways. While antioxidant vitamin C is best used during the day to protect the skin from harmful free radicals, UV exposure, and specifically to target pigmentation and dark spots. Use the rebalancing vitamin A night cream to repair, maximise healing, and to prevent breakouts, and restore moisture back into the combination, dull, and hormonally unbalanced skin. Explore the skin detox rebalancing kit if you are struggling with these skin conditions.
What is the best vitamin for skin repair?
When it comes to repairing the complexion, vitamin A is incredibly powerful when it comes to healing the skin, particularly when it comes to anti-ageing. Retinol (vitamin A) helps to increase cellular turnover, thereby stimulating the body’s production of new skin cells and promising the appearance of radiance.
What are the benefits of vitamin A?
Vitamin A hugely supports the skin’s immune system, fighting harmful bacteria, pollutants, and infections. It also assists in maintaining a healthy dermis and epidermis, the top two layers of your skin. In fact, vitamin A skin treatments work to promote and maintain a healthy dermis and epidermis, the top two layers of the skin. By strengthening the skin barrier, this powerful vitamin protects the skin from harmful irritants that attempt to attack and harm the surface.