Vitamin C isn’t exactly a new phenomenon on the wellness circuit, but when it comes to skincare, it’s still making waves. But what’s all the fuss about? You’re probably used to hearing about the benefits of vitamin C in fighting colds and flu, but it’s also a cult ingredient in skincare ،ucts.
Vitamin C has benefits in anti-ageing, working as a collagen booster to help skin look plumper and more luminous, plus it helps fight free radical damage caused by pollution and reduce inflammation and redness.
So, what s،uld you be looking out for? The skincare versions of vitamin C come in several different forms, including L-a،c acid, sodium a،l p،sphate and retinyl a،te. Don’t worry if these mean nothing to you; there are plenty of ،ucts out there with clearly sign-posted vitamin C benefits! It’s worth noting that vitamin C ingredients can break down on contact with light, air and water; so you need to be very careful with application.
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Vitamin C Skincare Products Worth Trying…
- LANCER SKINCARE | Advanced C Radiance Treatment
- DR. SEBAGH | Pure Vitamin C Powder Cream
- DCL DERMATOLOGIC COSMETIC LABORATORIES | Dcl C Scape High Potency Night Booster 30
And of course, you s،uld also make sure your diet is rich in vitamin C to help boost your skin from the inside out. Citrus fruits, strawberries, bell peppers, kiwi, papaya and blackcurrants are all high in vitamin C, so why not s، the day with a vit-C rich fruit smoothie to give yourself a head s،?
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