Did you know that topical all natural Vitamin C Serum can:
Increase collagen production
Improves firmness and elasticity and visibly tightens saggy areas, whilst diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Vitamin C is a great natural moisturiser; it also enhances the protective barrier function of the skin. This means your skin can retain more water and stay smoother and younger-looking for much longer.
- Vitamin C serums are rich in antioxidants that repair and renew the cells and give the skin a healthier look
- Diminish the appearance of skin discolourations and age spots
- Strengthen skin’s barrier response
- Enhance skin’s repair process
- Reduce inflammation
- Helps with Acne
Today everybody knows that Vitamin C is essential for good health and healthy skin.
Vitamin C has been scientifically proven to be effective in treating acne. Studies have shown that its strong antimicrobial properties can kill the harmful acne causing bacteria -Propionibacterium acne.
Science has demonstrated that adding topical vitamin C serum will repair and rejuvenate the skin until it appears healthy and young again. In fact, topical vitamin C application could be 20 times more efficient at healing damaged skin than oral supplements could ever be.
Topical application of Vitamin C can reduce wrinkles, the appearance of age spots as well as build collagen bonds and bring back skin elasticity.
Vitamin C is a great natural moisturiser.
Collagen supplies the framework that provides form, firmness, and strength to the skin, while elastin is what gives skin its flexibility.
Collagen constitutes more than a third of all protein in the body and about 75% of the skin.
Topical Vitamin C provides one of the most powerful ways to boost collagen synthesis and slow its degradation.
The amount of collagen in the skin tends to decline with age, an ongoing process that is accelerated by a number of factors like expose to sunlight, smoking, free radicals, and inflammation.
Boost your collagen with Vitamin C Serum
There are many in vitro studies which have confirmed that treating human skin cells with a topical vitamin C can stimulate collagen production and that its potent antioxidant properties can neutralise free radicals in the skin.
When a free radical steals an electron from one of the proteins in a strand of collagen, it causes a change in the chemical structure of the collagen at that point, creating a tiny break in the strand. Once a bundle of collagen has multiple points of damage that occurs over the years, it becomes damaged and disorganised.
As a result, the skin begins to wrinkle and sag.
How to Apply Vitamin C Serum correctly?
After cleansing, apply the serum to your face and neck and let it dry for some time and then apply a moisturiser.
It is important that you use the serum before moisturising and not after.
The serum is lighter and quickly absorbed into the skin, while moisturizers work on the surface.
Remember! The correct method of application will increase the effectiveness.