- All skin requiring regeneration
- Drastically helps decrease dark spots, blemishes and uneven tone
- Decreases the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
- Increased collagen synthesis
Use Vitamin C under Sunscreen
There is a controversial paper written by a UC Riverside Chemists in 2006 claim that chemical sun screen (octyl
and aging. Scientists suspect this may create more free radicals. The best advice is to use sun screens and re-apply them often but to also wear an antioxidant such as Vitamin C under the sun screen to combat any potential free radical damage. When sun screen is applied on the skin, however, special molecules — called UV filters — contained in the sunscreen, cut down the amount of UV radiation that can penetrate the skin. Over time, though, these fil ters penetrate into the skin below the surface of the epidermis, the outer most layer of skin, leaving the body vulnerable to UV radiation. When skin is exposed to sun light, ultra violet radiation (UV) is absorbed by skin molecules that then can generate harmful compounds, called reactive oxygen species or ROS, which are highly reac tive molecules that can cause “oxidative damage.” For example, ROS can react with cellular components like cell walls, lipidmembranes, mitochondria and DNA, leading to skin damage and increasing the visible signs of aging.
You can simply apply directly onto facial area, you may feel a slightly warm sensation. Wait until fully absorbed (5-10 minutes) before applying make up and/or other skin care products. Follow up with a Sunscreen (SPF30) during the day. We recommend usage in the morning before your moisturizer and sunscreen.
Used as directed this product should last for 3 months.
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