Why You’ll Love the ROC RETINOL CORREXION Deep Wrinkle Night Cream

This week, we are kicking off our annual Beauty Week with my favorite recent discovery. I test dozens of products each season, but only a few earn a permanent spot in my routine. I’ve been looking for a topical cream to help with fine lines and wrinkles for the last few years.

Over the years, I’ve spent hundreds of dollars on so many serums and creams. Some are worth it, most are not, but this affordable cream from ROC is only $25 (use code SUMMER and get 25% off) and is terrific. 

I have sensitive skin. I burn just looking at the sun and have mild rosacea on my cheeks. So finding gentle, yet effective products to help me age gracefully is my number one priority when putting together my skincare routine.

First, let’s talk about the difference between retinoids and retinol. Both are derivatives of vitamin A. You typically need a prescription for retinoid. Retinoid is strong and effective but, in my case, too harsh for the skin. No matter how little I use or try to ease into it, it always leaves me dry and flaky. 

Retinol is the over-the-counter version of retinoid. It’s less potent, so it’s a gentler alternative that can be formulated in a way that works for people with sensitive skin.

After some research, I started to use the ROC RETINOL CORREXION Deep Wrinkle Night Cream, and now I’m on my second tube. 

Why You’ll Love the ROC RETINOL CORREXION Deep Wrinkle Night Cream

 

RETINOL CORREXION® Deep Wrinkle Night Cream

 

ROC RETINOL CORREXION Deep Wrinkle Night Cream, $25

I use this at the end of my nighttime routine, applying a thin layer over my face and neck before I go to sleep. I let it sit for a minute or two and then follow up with the Drunk Elephant F-Balm Waterfacial Mask, which adds an extra layer of hydration and protection throughout the night. 

No topical cream will work like Botox or Fillers, so never believe those claims. However, with consistent use, both retinoid and retinol will deliver noticeable results. If your skin can handle it, go with a prescription retinoid; pick the retinol-based product if your skin is sensitive.

I used this for 30 days and saw a clear difference around my eyes and fading of the sunspots on the top of my cheeks. In addition, my skin looks bright and healthy.

Remember, sunscreen is the most crucial step in your routine, regardless of age. Use it every day, all year long. It’s especially important when you use retinoid or retinol products.

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Why You\'ll Love the ROC RETINOL CORREXION Deep Wrinkle Night Cream

6 thoughts on “Why You’ll Love the ROC RETINOL CORREXION Deep Wrinkle Night Cream”

  1. Sounds like a great product. How would it be used in conjunction with The Ordinary’s Retinol 1%? Would it take the place of that or replace the “night cream” I already use?

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  2. I’ve been using this product for a few years. Last year I got a prescription retinoid and like you, found it too harsh for my skin. Went back to Roc and don’t regret it. I double up now and use their retinol serum in addition to the cream. At 59 I need a little extra 🙂
    Great product!

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  3. Have been using this Roc cream for years. I agree it is effective without paying big bucks, and available at CVS. Part of my nightly routine. I’m 69.

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  4. Have you ever done a post on the best sunscreens? There has been some controversy about Nutrogena’s sunscreen recently.

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  5. I found that after using the Roc cream a couple of years, I could tolerate the prescription Retin A. The retinol seemed to prime my skin. I did start slowly, and I don’t use it on my neck. Also, I read that using moisturizer on top (or anything that makes the skin wet/moist) makes it more prone to cause irritation, and I would say that was the case for me. I moisturized and waited an hour or so before putting it on, especially at first. I agree, we don’t need to use expensive conglomerates of tiny amounts of unproven ingredients.

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