Review: Opulus Skincare System Simplifies Retinol

If you thought all skincare came in the form of pre-made creams or serums, you were wrong. And if you thought the only way to adjust the temperature of your treatment was to chill it in a swanky but space-saving mini-fridge, you were thinking even more wrong.

The Opulus The skincare system takes both of these assumptions and turns them on their head. Rather than buying a moisturizer or night cream from a drug store, which usually comes in a classic bottle or jar, Opulus packages its unique formulas in small pods called Opoules. To use them, you put an Opoule in the activator, which melts it into a perfectly dosed, freshly activated and optimally heated dose.

“We’ve created a new format for cosmetics,” said Dr. Robb Ackridge, inventor and co-founder of Opulus, “Think of a chocolate truffle with a hard outer shell and an inner center with a cream or blend different to allow you to have a different experience.And that’s what each of these Opuoles is based on the ingredients that we put in the outer layer and the inner core, where you can have a range of different products. face masks to creams to lotions, we can adjust that.”

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Depending on your skin goals, Opoules contain different ingredients to achieve different goals. Currently you can use Opulus with its weekly system hydration care, exfoliating treatments, AHA treatmentsas well as nightly retinol treatments.

While all of the available treatments have different benefits, Opulus’ retinol products have an added appeal: they’re organized into a prescribed regimen of active retinol treatment days and restorative hydration days. For those looking to get into the retinol game but might be apprehensive about the potent ingredients and the need to self-program, Opulus’ gradually increasing amounts of retinol and programmed routine take all the guesswork out. .

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Along with Opoule’s unique shape and helpful retinol routines, Opulus’ technology ensures your freshly melted skincare is delivered at 107 degrees Fahrenheit. According to the Opulus development team, this temperature allows for the best possible absorption into the skin, making your skincare supposedly more effective than ever.

In this episode of Hacked Beauty, Host Jennimai Nguyen puts all of Opulus’ big claims to the test over a 30-day test period. After a month of using the Diet 1 Retinol+ Starter System, she had tons of thoughts on what it was like to incorporate retinol into her routine for the first time in such a high-tech way. Plus, she knew if the perfectly measured 107 degrees Fahrenheit really makes a difference in the absorption of the product. Tune in here to hear its verdict and see for yourself if the Opulus is worth the $395 price tag.

Donovan B. Sanford