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      I have very dry skin. I'm afraid using retin-a will make it more dry and peeling. In such a situation, I would need a very good moisturizer to combat these side effects. Any suggestions from all the regular retin-a users here?
      p.s. I'm 26 and i guess need to start using anti-wrinkle creams now? my skin is getting dull and lifeless as time goes by.

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      well the retin a is a wrinkle fighter.

      i use first aid beauty's moisturizer...helps calm down irritated skin
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      Once doctor Fazeela was telling in some morning show that Retin-A doesn't cause dryness, it peels our skin, and the flakiness is mistaken as dryness some times,
      Anyway You should consult some dermatologist first
      I used neutrogena healthy skin anti-wrinkle night cream, retinol in it, it made my face pore enlarged in 2 days, so i quit using it
      Every one is different and same product reacts different for two people, you give your skin a try
      at age of 26 ,you should start anti-aging regimen . This age, wrinkles are not apparent but are hidden,
      dull skin starts after 35 , you are too early to get it, may be it is due to lack of sleep or stress, or weight loss, check it in your lifestyle

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      I use the Boots Natural Collection Strawberry Body Cream.. it's lovely and cool on red/irritated skin and smells amazing.. often out of stock online tho

      A lot of ppl use Vaseline or E45 and that seems to work well..

      Basically you need something VERY moisturising.. Be really careful with Retin-A, if you go for something too strong you can burn or end up with scars or hyperpigmentation.. That's why it's recommended to start with a low-strength..

      (Btw Retin-A has many benefits.. it can keep your skin tone even, help fade scars quicker etc.. a good all-rounder)