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Who should take retinol?

Retinol and vitamin A should be a part of everyone's diet, as they aid in cellular growth and visual health.

In particular, those who have a vitamin A deficiency should take retinol and vitamin A supplements.

Talk to your doctor about proper amounts of retinol and vitamin A during pregnancy, as too much or too little can lead to birth defects.

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