Vitamin C serum, what does that do for your skin?
Sometimes your skin needs something extra in addition to the normal daily care. One look in the mirror is all it takes to realize that the condition of your facial skin has recently been affected. Tensions, different eating habits, too much sun, or too little sleep can cause troubled skin with acne, small wrinkles, bags under the eyes, and pigmentation spots. Regular treatment with a vitamin C serum can then be a solution and improve the skin considerably. But what does vitamin C do if you put it on your skin in a cream or serum, and is a vitamin C serum actually suitable for treating the skin problems that bother you?
Vitamin C, a panacea
It seems a bit exaggerated to call vitamin C a panacea. However, we cannot ignore the important effect and remarkable effects of this essential vitamin. The influence of vitamin C on the resistance, teeth, blood vessels, and skin is great. If you take enough vitamin C, it also acts as an antioxidant and promotes iron absorption. Vitamin C incorporated in a good cream or serum can stimulate the collagen in the skin. The skin will therefore become firmer and recover faster. Vitamin C in serum is often used to quickly boost tired skin with rosacea, pigmentation spots, and wrinkles.
Vitamin C in a serum
Different forms of vitamin C can be incorporated into a serum. In order not to make it too complicated, we can divide these into two different types. First of all, the pure form of this vitamin. A pure product with high efficacy that is also very sensitive to light and oxygen. The latter makes the processing of this form of vitamin C very difficult because it can only be packed in an airtight and light-tight bottle. Are you looking for a product with a potent form of vitamin C? Take a look at Neoderma Neo-White Face Serum. However, the most commonly used form of this vitamin is a vitamin C derivative. The stability of a derivative and the possibility of combining it with other antioxidants offer many advantages.
A vitamin C serum to improve your skin
In addition to normal daily care, such as using a facial cleanser and a day and night cream, a vitamin C serum can be used to stimulate the skin and tackle specific problems. Because vitamin C is a well-known ingredient that also has a strong effect, it goes without saying that this vitamin is added to many serums. Nevertheless, it is important to also look at the products that are used every day. If you are satisfied with the skincare products you use, check our range to see if a vitamin C serum is available in the same line or from the same brand. However, vitamin C is not the only ingredient with a strong skin-improving effect. Hyaluronic acid and retinol are also commonly used ingredients in serums that are often combined with other antioxidants.
A tailor-made serum
Always choose a serum that suits your skin type or the problems you want to tackle. Vitamin C as an ingredient is excellent, but your skin may benefit from serum with a high percentage of hyaluronic acid or retinol. However, the difference between these two ingredients is big. A serum with hyaluronic acid is well tolerated and is especially suitable for dry, sensitive, or dehydrated skin. Serums with retinol are usually used for normal or oily skin with residual acne and small scars. Nevertheless, the different fabrics are often combined for the best result. If you cannot figure it out completely and unsure whether a vitamin C serum is suitable for your skin, please contact us. This can be done by telephone or by using our form.
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