The Importance Of Vitamin C: Nourishing Skin From Within
Shared By: Ava at Noche Skincare
Did you know that, on average, women consume 515 chemicals a day?
There are a ton of different ingredients in beauty products. Far too often, those ingredients are chemicals on the list of ingredients you want to avoid! When you finally find a good product, it may only target one or two issues, or it may be a product that’s tested on animals. However, straight from citrus, Vitamin C is a key ingredient that is on all the right lists.
Vitamin C is in a large number of products. From nail treatments to skin care, Vitamin C is one of the most effective nutrients. Vitamin C boosts collagen, reduces free radicals, and is also an anti-inflammatory. Below, you can see how Vitamin C is key in achieving and maintaining healthy skin.
Serums with vitamin C, stimulate collagen production. Collagen is the structural protein that holds cells together. Collagen strengthens skin, and gives it its elasticity. By boosting our skin's ability to make collagen, we are essentially filling in wrinkles and fine lines naturally.
Brighten dark spots
Vitamin C serums fight hyper-pigmentation by inhibiting the tyrosinase enzyme and preventing melanin production. The process brightens dark spots without lightening skin tone overall.
Help with Acne and Acne Scarring
Vitamin C is anti-inflammatory. Vitamin C serums can both help clear up acne and reduce the redness associated with it. Due to the pro-collagen and pro-elastin effects of vitamin C, acne scars may also be reduced.
So, what is the best way to harness the benefits of Vitamin C and apply it your skin care routine?
Vitamin C serums are now being touted as one of the top beauty products because of their ability to help almost all common skin concerns. Serums help to hydrate, nourish and brighten the skin. They can also help to manage acne.
When choosing a Vitamin C Serum, you should choose a serum that is free of harsh chemicals, cruelty-free, and effective in treating skin from multiple angles. It’s amazing when you can use just one product instead of four or five. Lastly, you’ll want to make sure you choose an oil-based serum. This is key! Water based serums allow the active ingredients in the serum to degrade more quickly over time. Oil serums, however, last longer and sink deep into your pores.
Again, combining the benefits of Vitamin C into a serum form is absolute gold! Vitamin C serums have become very popular. I am proud to say that we are one of the only companies who have taken this amazing recipe and made it even better!
Typical serums on the market use 1 source of Vitamin C. but did you know that our Vitamin C Serum is packed with three? With Vitamin C from Kiwi Seed Oil, Lemon Oil, and Bitter Orange Oil, I am extremely proud of our formula.
To learn more about Vitamin C Skincare, and the options we offer, make sure to visit our educational Vitamin C Skincare page here. You will learn how Vitamin C works as an antiseptic and as an anti-inflammatory for your skin!