Vitamin C is one of the hero ingredients which should be added to the skin routine.
It is responsible for improving the complexion. It makes the complexion brighter and evens out skin tone. At the same time, it improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Vitamin C creates a protective shield for the skin. It fights the visible impact of pollution and significantly improves hydration.
How to Use Vitamin C in Your Skin Care Routine?
We recommend using Vitamin C during
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant ingredient which you can benefit from using, no matter what is your skin type or age. It simply keeps your skin looking younger for longer.
The most popular and effective type of
Vitamin C serum
One of the high-concentration vitamin C products which
For extra sensitive skin
While we love our high concentration vitamin C product, those with more sensitive skin require products with lower concentration of vitamin C or simply use its derivative. Exactly for those with very sensitive skin which can not cope with pure Vitamin C, we have an alternative. We love this best selling serum. Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop is designed with naturally
Vitamin C sheet mask
To enhance the power of the serum or give your skin a quick boost, we suggest trying amazing By Wishtrend Natural Vitamin 21.5% Enhancing Sheet Mask. We love this sheet mask as it can be used to refresh, visibly firm, and renew skin. After using it we could see noticeable results that improve the look of skin imperfections.
What to mix it with?
There are some ingredients worth adding to vitamin C. This is for better effect and more powerful results. One of these is Hyaluronic Acid. HA is a powerful humectant which improves the skin’s ability to hold hydration and moisture. Hyaluronic Acid will help to reduce the signs of aging.
Another ingredient worth adding is Vitamin E. Vitamins C and E are both strong antioxidants, and they work better together. They are fighting free radicals and supporting skin’s natural lipid barrier. As a result, your skin will be more supple, youthful skin.
In addition, niacinamide, also known as vitamin B3 can support the effectiveness of Vitamin C.