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Vitamin C: Everything You Need To Know About This Powerhouse Ingredient

Topic: CellDerma

Vitamin C: Overview

Vitamin C has exploded in the skincare industry, and with good reason. Vitamin C is not produced by the body, therefore finding ways to incorporate it into our skincare and diet can offer many skin and health benefits. Topical Vitamin C has many advantages. It can help assist in the fight against signs of ageing, it has anti-inflammatory properties, intense antioxidative action, and promotes collagen production.

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Vitamin C Complex is safe for all skin types, including blemish-prone and red, sensitive skin.

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Vitamin C protects our skin from UV damage and oxidative stressors.

We recommend doubling up your defences by adding a mineral-based broad-spectrum sunscreen into your regimen to further safeguard the skin from environmental damage.

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Studies have shown that Vitamin C can inhibit the production of melanin, leading to an improved and even complexion.

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Vitamin C Complex also contains a superior form of Sodium Hyaluronate, also known as Hyaluronic Acid. This popular ingredient holds up to 1000x its weight in water, giving your skin a surge in hydration and moisture.

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Vitamin C has also been shown to prevent TEWL (trans water epidermal loss), meaning the skin stays hydrated for longer.

How do I use Vitamin C Complex?