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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of retinoids

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of retinoids:
/ɹɛtənojdz/

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  1. or retinoids interact with a moisturizer
  2. whereas retinoids, which are prescription strength
  3. - Retinoids can make your skin
  4. Also treatments or products like retinoids
  5. do a whole bunch of different retinoids and retinols but this has just happened
  6. like retinoids peptides all which helped soothe and repair the skin,
  7. So today we're going to explore the differences between retinols, retinoids and retin-A,
  8. so about every month or so. When you use vitamin A or retinoids,
  9. and why we hear different things like retinols, retinoids,
  10. Felicia: Retinoic acid is the medical grade of retinoids and it's also known as tretinoin or also retin-A.
  11. especially when it comes to vitamin A like retinols and retinoids.
  12. It's also oil-free and fragrance free and apart from the retinoids,
  13. So for most people, you'll probably stay withing this realm of retinoids,
  14. I hope you guys now know the difference between retinol, retinoids, retin-A.
  15. Retinoids, Vitamin C, things that brighten,
  16. The 4th ingredient is topical retinol gel and retinoids.
  17. Topical retinoids are also used to treat acne.
  18. People who have mixed type acne or inflammatory acne, for them these topical retinoids prove
  19. Topical retinoids dont have severe side effects like oral retinoids.
  20. Same goes for retinoids. You can mix all of the over-the-counter retinoids with vitamin C without any issue.