Cloud Vitamin Cream

Cloud’s mission is as simple and pure as its ingredients - help people achieve happier and healthier lives by making them comfortable and safe in the beautiful skin they're in. Each of Cloud’s unique vitamin skincare products offers unique healing and protective properties to treat and limit the effects of time and sun exposure. 

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Cloud Vitamin Creams

Nature's Sun Protection // Vitamin A

$48.00

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Vitamin B3 // Niacinamide

$48.00

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COMING SOON // Silymarin

$68.00

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COMING SOON // Vitamin D3

$48.00

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Cloud News

Once absorbed, how long does Retinyl Palmitate last in the skin?

Retinyl palmitate is a vitamin A derivative. It is a powerful antioxidant that offers many benefits to the skin, such as preventing premature aging and protecting the skin from the sun’s harmful rays. It absorbs quickly and stays primarily on the surface of the skin, where it is needed most to provide the best defense. Retinyl palmitate remains in the skin for a period of days and can increase the level of retinol in the skin, which is also advantageous.

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Is Retinyl Palmitate Absorbed?

Retinoids are a family of topical vitamin A derivatives. A popular over-the-counter retinoid is retinol. A commonly prescribed retinoid is tretinoin, better known under the brand name Retin-A. Retinoids are used to help the skin appear more youthful. Retinoids aid the skin by penetrating the skin to increase cell turnover, which causes the skin to feel smoother and look brighter with continued usage. They also help to build collagen and thicken the skin, which reduces fine line and wrinkles.

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Cloud Vitamin Cream on CTV's Your Island Health & Lifestyle

Cloud Vitamin Cream's founder Dr. Telford interviewed for CTV's Your Island Health & Lifestyle about Cloud Vitamin A with Retinyl Palmitate. There's also some very important statistics and great tips noted by the Canadian Cancer Society.

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