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It's all about Vitamin C. 0
It's all about Vitamin C.

What is Vitamin C?

According to Wikipedia, Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin found in various foods and sold as a dietary supplement. It is used to prevent and treat scurvy. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient involved in the repair of tissue, the formation of collagen, and the enzymatic production of certain neurotransmitters.


Role of Vitamin C in skincare?

Vitamin C is an essential skin brightener that also protects the skin from damaging UV rays, pollution, and free radicals. It also reduces dark spots and uneven pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, and helps to make skin tighter and more elastic. It removes all dead and damaged skin cells while also promoting skin cell renewal. It also stimulates the skin's collagen synthesis while also regulating the skin's preexisting collagen.


The best age to add Vitamin C into your skin care routine is between 18-25 years.


Signs you should add it to you skin care routine immediately-

If you have brown spots on your skin as a result of sun exposure, if you have hyperpigmentation, if your skin has become dry, rough, and bumpy, or if it has lost its radiance, and if you want to avoid fine lines and wrinkles, you should consider adding Vitamin C to your skin care routine.


How and when to use it?

Vitamin C products should be applied in the morning before going out for the day, when UV radiation is at its peak. However, vitamin C becomes less effective when exposed to light, so wait at least 30 minutes before stepping outdoors to allow the Vitamin C to absorb into your pores.


One important tip:

Vitamin C is typically safe and easily accepted, although it may hurt a little if you have sensitive skin, especially if you combine it with exfoliating scrubs or acids. When utilising vitamin C, benzoyl peroxide should be avoided since it can oxidise the vitamin and hence reduce its potency.



Don't just stick to serums. A serum is the most frequent approach to include vitamin C into a skin-care routine. But you don't have to be confined! You can also invest creams and face cleansers.



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