Biomedical Vitamin C Concentrate 30 ml
- Collagen booster
- Complexion corrector
- Increases skin immunity
- Reduces pore size
- Stabalised Ascorbic Acid
- Vitamin E (Tocopherol Acetate)
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that brightens dark spots, smooths fine lines, and, importantly, scavenges free radicals from the environment, pollution, as well as UV radiation. Over time, those free radicals can damage the skin, leading to premature signs of ageing, and increase your risk for skin cancer. So protecting against UV damage with an antioxidant—and, of course, daily SPF—is important.
Between brightening dark spots and helping to protect against UV damage, there’s a lot Vitamin C can do for your skin. But the type of Vitamin C you select, as well as how you use and store it, can significantly affect the results you will achieve with your skin.
Vitamin C has multiple benefits to the skin from prevention, to repair to overall glowing skin.
Here are some of the key benefits:
It assists in the formation of new collagen and to restore healthy protein fibres
Provides antioxidant protection against environmental damage by defending from free radical activity
Shields the skin from ageing and DNA damage caused by pollution
Promotes skin repair and wound healing
Brightens the skin and reduces uneven skin tone
Improves hyperpigmentation by regulating melanocyte functioning
Reduces redness (erythema) and has anti-inflammatory benefits
Now that we know this is an ingredient we all need to supplement in our skin regimen, we now need to navigate through all the different kinds of formulations and varieties available. Not all vitamin C products are created equal— some are stronger and have more efficacy than others and some can cause sensitivity. It is very important to choose the correct form of Vitamin C as they can vary in effectiveness, stability and tolerance levels. Also, their formulation, concentration, permeability and efficacy when used topically as a cream or serum on the skin.