Vitamin C and Skincare
What is Vitamin C Serum?
Vitamin C serum is an oil and water-based liquid that contains highly concentrated amounts of vitamin C. Serums are different from other products with vitamin C because of the significantly higher concentration, which allows for faster and more noticeable results.
Why Use It?
Many people opt for topical vitamin C serum because it’s all natural—no harsh chemicals or other questionable ingredients. Vitamin C serums are formulated to be gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin.
How to Use
Apply a small amount once or twice a day to clean, dry skin. Apply before you put on makeup, but after you use your daily facial toner. From there, continue with your makeup and skincare routine.
Benefits of Vitamin C Serum
Vitamin C serum is great for women of all ages and skin types. Whether you're looking to reduce fine lines/wrinkles or want to enjoy its antioxidant benefits, daily use of this serum goes a long way to promote healthy skin.
Promote Collagen Production
The highly-concentrated levels of vitamin C in the serum boost your collagen production. The increase in collagen helps fill in fine lines and wrinkles, resulting in younger looking skin.
Protect Skin from Sun Damage
Vitamin C protects your skin from the sun’s UVA rays. Though not an alternative to wearing sunscreen, but when combined with regular sunscreen application, provides extra protection.
Speed Up Healing
High levels of Vitamin C assist the body's natural healing process and accelerate healing of cuts, acne scars, and other blemishes.
Reduce Skin Discoloration
A quality vitamin C serum helps you achieve more uniform skin tone and better complexion. With just a few uses, you’ll notice a more even skin tone.
Improve Hydration and Moisture
If you suffer from dry skin, vitamin C is a must. The high concentration of vitamins C works wonders to improve moisture content, keeping your skin fully hydrated.
Ideal for those of us who wake up with puffiness around the eyes. A dab of vitamin C serum will quickly reduce the inflammation.