We all have different standards whenever we go skincare & makeup shopping, whether it is youtube star approved, packaging aesthetics, cost-effectiveness, vegan friendly, texture, the effects, and the list goes on. But for only good skin days, let me tell you, the INGREDIENTS should be on the top of your check list. Once you know the ingredients, you’ll know what good the product will do for the skin, what other products you’ll incorporate together in a skincare routine. Well, today we’re going to talk about Vitamin C and give two of the best Vitamin C serum recommendation out there in the market.
1) Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a fat soluble while Vitamin C is water soluble and this enhances the absorption of both ingredients into the skin. The more the ingredients absorbs well into the skin, the merrier. Also, Vitamin C and E support each other’s antioxidant function which makes it great to have complementary roles on the skin. Both ingredients naturally play a great role in shielding your skin cells from damage as well. So try to add a cream that has Vitamin E ingredient in it so that you can apply it after the Vitamin C serum step.
By now we all know how great Vitamin C is but itself might not be hydrating enough. No matter what skin type you have, the more hydrated your skin is, your skin will be healthier. That is why adding a hydrating moisturizer will be a perfect way to complement what Vitamin C itself can’t achieve, full hydration. Also, since Vitamin C exfoliates dead skin cells from face, it would be best to add hydration as the last step through a face moisturizer (cream).
Vitamin C helps to fade pigmentation or acne marks while Arbutin is a great brightening ingredient that will help you prevent the melanin from forming. Prevent and fade pigmentation, how better can it be for brighter skin complexion. So if ‘brightening’ is the theme for your skincare regimen, add arbutin in your vitamin c serum routine.
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Peptide as one of the most popular and beloved ingredient, when it meets Vitamin C, it helps generate Collagen. Peptide itself works great to boost collagen synthesis but when it works with Vitamin C it will just make it faster and better. I mean, peptide goes perfectly well will most of the ingredients out there.
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