Synergie A+ Serum

An advanced vitamin A serum with the hero retinoid, hydroxypinacolone retinoate (HPR), and folic acid. This evening serum promotes healthy skin renewal, reverses visible signs of ageing and clarifies pores for smoother, clearer and brighter skin.


  • Regulates oil production for acne-prone skin
  • Increases collagen production to address fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduces visible sun damage and pigmentation
  • Regulates the formation of healthy blood vessel
  • Regulates the production of new skin cells for a more rejuvenated skin surface

  • Standard unstabilised retinol and retinaldehyde used in many Vitamin A preparations exhibit instability when exposed to heat and air, rendering the product less active within weeks of use.


  • Synergie has harnessed the potency of retinol in a new stabilised concentrate using the latest in retinol technology, Rovisome™, and combined it with the powerful antioxidant Lycopene. Highly stable and deeply penetrative, over 10,000 international units of pure stabilised retional are delivered per pump of Synergie Practitioner A+ serum (30ml).
Apply one pump PM (recommended with Priority B serum) to face and neck, prior to moisturising (do not combine with Pure C crystals or Exfol-X serum). For optimal penetration, combine with Rejuvaderm home needling device.
  • All skin types
  • Rosacea
  • Not recommended for individuals who are pregnant or lactating.


    Stabilised Retinol (Rovisome™) benefits:

    • Restores dermal thickness
    • Reduces visible sun damage
    • Promotes the formation of healthy blood vessels
    • Protects skin from UV damage
    • Restores the epidermal barrier
    • Regulates oil levels - aids in the management of acne
    • Reduces fine lines through collagen stimulation
    • Reduces skin hyperpigmentation


    Lycopene (tomato skin extract) benefits:

    • Helps to protect skin against environmental damage and ageing
    • A potent, topical antioxidant essential for skin health
    • Protective effects on fibroblasts cell lines exposed to UVA radiation
    • Reduction of the minimal erythemic dose causing sunburn