Beauty Editors and Supermodels Can't Stop Talking About This Retinol Alternative

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In the world of skincare, it's rare to find a product as distinctive as the breakthrough Rejuvenating Face Serum by Cellular Goods. With a sea of products around, Cellular Goods entered the dermatology game with a clear vision: to create skincare products which offer revolutionary skin ageing prevention without harsh effects. And so the Rejuvenating Cannabinoid Face Serum was born.


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I use retinol, so my interest was instantly piqued when I heard about this serum. I'll be the first to admit it can be quite overwhelming and confusing to differentiate between all the skincare products on the market, but after researching the Rejuvenating Cannabinoid Face Serum, I can confirm this really is a one-of-a-kind product. Plus, Cellular Goods is offering our readers 25% off the full site by using the exclusive code WWW25. 

What sets this serum apart is the proprietary blend that takes a dual approach to both preventing the signs of ageing whilst containing ingredients that are proven to reverse existing signs. (Yes, really!) The first element is Matrixyl, an anti-ageing peptide proven to effectively reverse the signs of ageing with more success than vitamin C, and it's just as effective as retinol. Here's the clever part: Cellular Goods has combined this with the anti-inflammatory properties of CBG because, as anyone with sensitive skin will vouch, inflammation, redness and dryness are common side effects of retinol.

But what makes it so tolerant for all skin types, I hear you ask? Well, its the addition of CBG. You've probably heard of the cannabinoid CBD, but Cellular Goods has introduced CBG to the UK market. It's a superior cannabinoid that I believe is about the revolutionise the skincare industry. The powerful anti-inflammatory properties of CBG mitigate the effects of inflammation on the skin barrier, so your skin doesn't react to it with irritation or dryness. And as if it couldn't get any better, CBG also has antibacterial and antioxidant properties, which reduce blemishes and protect skin from irritation. Yes, it really is that good.


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I've found that retinol works really well in treating my acne, but the side affects have me using it on a limited basis. This is all about to change because the Rejuvenating Cannabinoid Face Serum is also designed to work alongside skincare routines, as the calming effects of the serum can offset the risks of irritation or photosensitivity associated with active ingredients. You can add it into your current routine or swap out harsh retinols or active ingredients if that works best for your skin. But I'm not the only one who's been blown away by this game-changing product. Supermodel Helena Christensen has become the face of the brand's Rejuvenating range after adding the Rejuvenating Cannabinoid Face Serum to the small selection of products she uses.


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A prominent part of Cellular Goods DNA is the science-backed element of each product. The brand carried out an in-depth study on a variety of skin types, skin tones and sensitivities, so you can rest easy knowing that the serum has been tested and approved by dermatologists and is proven to work. So the only question left is, are you ready to unlock healthy, radiant, youthful-looking skin? I definitely am.

If you're ready to try the Rejuvenating Cannabinoid Face Serum, scroll on. Don't forget, Cellular Goods is offering our readers 25% off site-wide by using the exclusive code WWW25.



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Florrie Alexander
Acting Affiliates Editor

Florrie embarked on her fashion journey while studying French and History at university. Whilst studying in Aix-en-Provence, she began to write her dissertation on the history of fashion and the influence of Haute Couture, and landed her first role at Harper’s Bazaar. Following this, she interned for various publications including Elle, Grazia and Marie Claire before joining the fashion team at Conde Nast Traveller. There, she contributed to international photoshoots, styled pages and covers, and produced engaging digital content.

During a freelance period, Florrie honed her skills in editorial work in various digital and print publications including Vogue Italy and Departures magazine, as well as styling e-commerce photoshoots and personal shopping. Florrie actively pursues an in-depth understanding of fashion and jewellery, and after styling a jewellery cover shoot at Conde Nast Traveller chose to complete the De Beers Diamond Foundation course. Florrie first joined Who What Wear UK as a freelancer before becoming the Commerce Writer, blending both editorial and commercial content. Now, as the Acting Affiliates Editor, she monitors current trends, new-in styles, wardrobe heroes and how best to style them. In her downtime, Florrie can be found in her hometown of London, usually with a coffee in hand.