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Retinol is one of the oldest vitamins discovered and is an essential nutrient for the body, influencing nearly all tissues and cells in various ways. Retinol is commonly known as Vitamin A. It plays a role, particularly in regulating the growth of epithelial cells and maintaining the normal shape and function of epithelial tissues. Therefore, Retinol can effectively prevent skin keratinization, enhance skin elasticity, keep the skin moisturized and radiant, be effective against photoaging, and contribute to issues such as acne, pigmentation, and other skin blemishes. As an antioxidant, retinol helps protect cells from the harmful side effects of oxidation. As part of a healthy skincare regimen, some ways to apply retinol include topical creams, lotions, and gels.