Our most advanced night cream with 5 ceramides, vitamin C and 0.1% retinol to tackle signs of ageing.
This advanced night cream delivers a cocktail of powerful ingredients to fight the signs of ageing. Our unique CollagenSupport Complex with hydrating ceramides reduces fine lines and wrinkles; retinol improves firmness and vitamin C restores radiance. These ingredients are vital in rebuilding skin’s natural barrier, for healthier, younger-looking skin.
Fights signs of ageing
Strengthens skin's natural barrier
Improves skin tone and texture
A night moisturiser is the last step in your evening routine. Apply the moisturiser liberally to your face after cleansing, toning, exfoliating and applying an antioxidant serum or targeted treatment .
Major components of skin’s outer layers, necessary for their water-retention capacity and provide replenishing and restoring benefits.
Powerhouse ingredient that can improve a variety of skin concerns, most related to visible signs of ageing: It’s skin-restoring, wrinkle-smoothing, an antioxidant and improves sun damage.
One of the most well-researched vitamins for skin, shown to improve the look of multiple signs of ageing, brighten uneven skin tone, as well as provide skin-restoring and soothing benefits.
Aqua, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate (vitamin C/antioxidant), Cetyl Alcohol (emollient), Ascorbyl Glucoside (vitamin C/antioxidant), Neopentyl Glycol Diheptanoate (texture enhancer), Potassium Cetyl Phosphate (emulsifier), Glyceryl Stearate (texture enhancer), PEG-100 Stearate (texture enhancer), Glycerin (hydration), PEG-12 Glyceryl Dimyristate (texture enhancer), Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2 (emollient), Dimethicone (hydration), Glyceryl Ascorbate (vitamin C/antioxidant), Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (vitamin C/antioxidant), Retinol (skin-restoring), Ceramide NP (skin-replenishing ingredient), Ceramide NS (skin-replenishing ingredient), Ceramide AP (skin-replenishing ingredient), Ceramide EOP (skin-replenishing ingredient), Ceramide EOS (skin-replenishing ingredient), Cholesterol (skin-replenishing ingredient), Caprooyl Phytosphingosine (skin-replenishing ingredient), Caprooyl Sphingosine (skin-replenishing ingredient), Squalane (emollient), Punica Granatum Fruit Extract (pomegranate antioxidant), Pongamia Glabra Seed Oil (non-fragrant plant oil), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract (skin-soothing), Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract (antioxidant), Tocopheryl Acetate (vitamin E/antioxidant), Carnosine (skin-restoring), Panthenol (hydration), Sodium PCA (skin-replenishing), Butylene Glycol (texture enhancer), Sodium Citrate (pH adjuster), Ceteareth-25 (emulsifier), Polysorbate 20 (emulsifier), Ethylhexyl Stearate (texture enhancer), Sodium Hydroxide (pH adjuster), Trideceth-6 (emulsifier), Propyl Gallate (antioxidant), Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer (texture enhancer), Sodium Polyacrylate (film-forming agent), Behenic Acid (texture enhancer), Disodium EDTA (chelating agent), Phenoxyethanol (preservative), Caprylyl Glycol (preservative), Chlorphenesin (preservative).
The CollagenSupport Complex combines the skin-replenishing properties of ceramides with retinol for strengthening support and several forms of vitamin C to help defend against environmental stressors and promote firmer skin. Together, this complex provides the essential building blocks for skin to renew itself and restore its natural barrier.
Clinical products offer more enhanced, targeted formulations for specific concerns such as advanced signs of ageing, dehydration or sun damage. Ultimately, it’s a matter of what will suit your needs best. It’s perfectly fine to assemble an anti-ageing routine that mixes Resist, Clinical and any other Paula’s Choice Skincare line that addresses your skin type and concerns.
Ceramides are a natural, fundamental part of skin that helps maintain precise levels of hydration, allowing skin to have a smooth, even surface. They’re critical for holding skin together (think bricks and mortar), protecting it from dehydration, signs of sensitivity and environmental damage that chips away at skin’s protective surface. Ceramides are the most abundant part of skin, making up over 50% of its composition.
As we age, the level of ceramides in our skin begins to decrease. As a result, the skin barrier weakens, which can lead to symptoms such as irritation, dryness, and redness. Skincare products that contain ceramides (and other skin beneficial ingredients) can help improve these symptoms.
This moisturiser can be used on the cheekbones and the under eye area. Avoid your lips, eyelids, lash lines and the corners of the eyes, as these areas are a bit more sensitive and the retinol in the product might cause irritation in these areas.
This moisturiser is suitable for rosacea-prone and sensitive skin. In fact, as we age, the level of ceramides in the skin decreases. As a result, the skin’s barrier weakens which can lead to things like irritation, dryness and redness. Ceramides along with other skin replenishing/soothing ingredients can help reduce these concerns. Because this product contains retinol, people with rosacea-prone or sensitive skin should start with applying the product 2-3 times per week. Allow the skin to acclimate and then increase as needed/desired.
An advanced, potent anti-ageing serum for total repair in one triple active step. Clinically proven to visibly improve lines, discolouration and firmness within one week with continued results over time.
Rich eye cream with 0.01% retinol, visibly reduces fine lines and restores radiance to the eye area.
Hydrating moisturiser with 0.01% retinol combats signs of ageing & reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
Ultra-rich hydrating cream with 0.2% retinol that reinforces the skin's barrier and smooths fine lines.
Ultra-rich hydrating cream provides immediate relief for uncomfortably dry skin.
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