You can’t turn back time, but Vitamin C can make it look that way!
Why Vitamin C Works
Vitamin C helps with skin elasticity and is known to improve the neck and decollete area too. Serums are the most common delivery systems for Vitamin C and help keep the ingredient stable and enhance penetration of this important ingredient.
Can I just take a supplement?
Dr. Anjali Mahto, a dermatologist at the Cadogan Clinic on Vitamin C benefits and does Vitamin C in skincare really work?
“The benefits of vitamin C have been known for some time but are definitely coming more to the forefront lately. This may be because we’re much more aware of our environment and the way it’s affecting our skin – we’re a lot more aware of environmental pollutants such as radiation, sunlight, cancer-causing free radicals and smoke, which break down collagen, stressing the skin and accelerating the aging process. As vitamin C helps to counter that process and can be used to treat such a variety of issues, it’s become a bit of a hero ingredient.”
When Do I Need to begin using Vitamin C?Even though signs of aging and pigmentation changes might not appear until you're into your forties, it's good to start using vitamin C when you start seeing the signs any time after 30.Introduce a good Vitamin C Serum three times a week and work up to daily.
It's time for Vitamin C if you notice
- Irregular pigmentation - Sun damage is beginning to show around eye area or forehead
- The tone around cheek and jowl area is changing
- Fine lines are appearing
For brighter, firmer looking skin
- DMAE - helps to tighten skin and reduce sagging, improve firmness and elasticity, smooth lines and wrinkles and also brighten the skin.
- Coenzyme Q10 - energizes your skin. It protects against photo-aging – that means premature aging due to overexposing the skin to the sun.
- Alpha Lipoic Acid - helps to tighten pores, eliminate lines and wrinkles. The result is a flawless and rejuvenated skin.