Vitamin C Shown To Help Protect Skin And Reverse Signs Of Aging
Serums Containing Vitamin C May Protect Skin From UV Damage and Reverse Signs of Aging in Correct Concentrations
Vitamin C is present in many skin care products as ascorbic acid. For actual benefits, it is thought that a minimum concentration of 10% is necessary. At this level ascorbic acid stimulates collagen and can also decrease the depth of wrinkles. Because ascorbic acid is rather expensive, many products include only a small amount while still charging a premium. Additionally, Vitamin C is usually found in a serum combined with other complementary ingredients. This not only boosts the effectiveness, but can help stabilize the ascorbic acid which will break down if not formulated correctly.
Another thing to consider is that ascorbic acid does not work well for everyone (about 60%). However, recent breakthroughs have created derivatives that are not only more effective in general, but also for a greater proportion of the population. One of these is tetrahexyldecyl ascrobate. It may be a tongue-twister but this derivative of ascorbic acid is less expensive and more stable as well.
Finding the right formulation sounds tricky but there are already great products using the newest Vitamin C derivatives to create moisturizing serums. One of the most promising is Good4Life's Hyaluronic Acid Serum with Vitamin C. Other serums appear to be too high pH or two low concentration of Vitamin C to get the maximum benefit. Good4Life has a money back guarantee, and the serum comes in a large bottle. This is a good entry level product to see if Vitamin C Serum can benefit your skin.
Good 4 Life company is dedicated to providing high quality Hyaluronic Acid Serum and other premium skin care products.
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