Vitamin C for Skin Aging: We've all heard how wonderful it is. But how come we never see any dramatic improvements?
I'll show you what type of Vitamin C skin care products really do work. You'll see my before and after pictures too.
Vitamin C is good for your skin, how come so many of us never experience all those wonderful benefits we read about?
Why, after the vitamin C cream or serum bottle is empty, are we still disappointed with the look of our skin?
I did some investigating to see what the deal is with topical vitamin C for skin health and anti-aging, and here is what I found:
Once I found a product that met all these points... I started to see the those wonderful benefits I've been reading about, especially on my face and neck.
The product I use contains a 16% concentration of L-ascorbic vitamin C, that YOU mix (right before using) into a vitamin enriched cocktail serum that's pH balanced and 70% organic! So it's always fresh when you apply it.
Perfect for any skin type - especially dry, mature, wrinkled, or brown skin spots. Check out my results by clicking on the link above or the picture below.
It does not get any better than that!
Dr. Ordon, M.D., a cosmetic surgeon and co-host for "The Doctors" show discussed the benefits of topical Vitamin C for both short and long-term benefits when applied directly to the skin.
He made it clear that L-ascorbic acid is one of the most stable forms of vitamin C and is very effective at penetration and rejuvenating the skin.
WHY USE FRESH VITAMIN C SERUMS?
Most experienced skin experts agree that when applied topically, the right type and potency of Vitamin C can help:
And because vitamin C can help stimulate collagen production and increase skin repair rate, you may see healthier smoother skin faster.
Especially if you exfoliate a few times a week to speed up cell turnover. This means you can actually reverse age or environmental skin damage within a few months.
But to get great results and anti-aging benefits, you need to apply your vitamin C cream or serum within a short time after it's been opened or premixed.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN YOUR VITAMIN C CREAM
If you're interested in trying vitamin C for skin related issues like age spots, sagging, or fine lines.
It's worth taking the time to investigate the product fully before making a purchase and make sure:
Remember: Light and oxygen will cause it to oxidize quickly, and that means you're not getting the benefits for skin aging.
It also helps if it's mixed with other antioxidants and vitamins, which not only benefits the skin further - but helps keep the vitamin C fresher longer.
If you're looking for the freshest topical vitamin C serum, then your best bet is to purchase it dry and mix right before using, like the one I use.
WHERE DO YOU GET FRESHEST VITAMIN C FOR SKIN CARE?
At this time, we only know of one supplier who offers small containers of dry-packed L-ascorbic acid along with a bottle of vitamin rich hydrating serum that's 70% organic.
You can also find L-Ascorbic powder online and try mixing that with your own creams. But, I can't give you the exact measurements because it all depends on the concentration of the vitamin powder you purchase.
If you do try that, make sure to make a small batch (vitamin C products degrade quickly) and try it on a small area of your skin to ensure it won't irritate it.
Have you tried skin or makeup products containing
vitamin C? Which ones and what did you think? Leave a comment here and share your thoughts.
Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2018 May 29;11:253-263. doi: 10.2147/CCID.S161352. eCollection 201
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