Are you looking for plumper, brighter, more youthful skin, without plastic surgery? Look no further than Vitamin C Serum, to repair the skin damage caused by age, UV rays, cigarette smoke, and other environmental factors.
Vitamin C Serum is easy to use. Simply add it to your morning or night-time beauty regimen. It will work as you go throughout your day or sleep at night, stimulating collagen production to benefit your skin. The additional collagen production can help to rid your face of fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and discoloration.
It is not recommended for individuals who develop irritation or redness after use. This is for external use only, do not ingest this product. Keep out of reach of children and store in a cool, dry place. Do not use the Serum if the seal is missing, broken, or damaged.
It is naturally found in skin, however, it diminishes with age. When a strong concentration of Vitamin C is applied topically, it is believed to stimulate collagen production that will brighten skin, decrease wrinkles, and repair sun damage such as discoloration, fine lines, and dark spots. It may also protect the face from certain UV rays, though the patient should take care to continue the use of sunscreen.
Vitamin C Serum is 98% Naturally Derived, 72% Organic, and contains 20% Vitamin C. Its active ingredients include Aloe Vera Extract, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, MSM, Sodium Hyaluronate, Witch Hazel, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Jojoba Oil, Gotu Kola Extract, Horsetail Plant Extract, Geranium Extract, and Dandelion Extract.
Its other ingredients include Purified Water, Xanthan Gum, Glycerin, Potassium Sorbate, and Sodium Benzoate.
Before applying, wash the skin and pat dry. If you use toner as part of your daily beauty regimen, apply that next. Then, apply a small amount of the serum using your fingertips to the face and neck. Allow the serum to dry and follow with a moisturizer. It should be used once daily, either in the morning or at night.
Vitamin C Serum FAQs
What causes the skin to lose Vitamin C?
The main reason skin loses Vitamin C is aging. As part of the aging process, the skin will naturally lose Vitamin C. Other factors for it’s loss include exposure to UV rays, pollutants, cigarette smoke, and other environmental factors.
How does Vitamin C Serum work?
The Serum contains large amounts of Vitamin C. When applied topically, it is rapidly absorbed and then it penetrates deeply, to reach layers that moisturizers can’t. In these layers, it stimulates collagen production, which brightens, tightens, and repairs the skin.
How much Vitamin C do I need?
The best serums for your skin will have at least 3% and no more than 20% Vitamin C content. If you need further direction, speak with a physician or dermatologist.
Is it safe?
It is considered very safe. It is already present in the skin, however, some individuals may experience redness or irritation when it is applied. If this happens to you, discontinue use of the serum.
How long should I use Vitamin C?
It can be used as a once-daily treatment for as long as you feel it is benefiting your skin. If you want a more specified Vitamin C treatment for your specific skin type, speak with a physician or dermatologist about how it can improve your skin’s appearance.