Vitamin C Skin Care Guide You Must Read Before Start Using

Posted On By Jas

We always wonder we put so much product on our face and as far as we already know that ingredients are very important to know.

There are ingredients when you use together it really maximizes offset of each other and at other times there are products when you use together it’s really really bad for your skin. So today we will be introducing an ingredient and we will go very very deep into it and any details about it. We will be sharing those to mix and dole mixes for the ingredients.

Benefits

Let’s start with vitamin C which is also referred to as ascorbic acid we know that this is one of our favorite must-have ingredients.

Brightening

Well, vitamin C or ascorbic acid is really known for its brightening effect by the Miss B actually reduces the production of melanin that’s what it is really great to fade away our acne scars or axiom.

Exfoliation

Other main function is exfoliation. It removes dead skin cells so that it makes their skin much softer and smooth and also this helps to wash your face with the other ingredients afterward so get much better intercept.

Produces ceramide

It also produces ceramide which is an excellent. So great to just strengthen your skin’s barrier. It’s also known as antitoxin factors. So it’s great for your skin on to put on after your skin has been damaged by the Sun or even after laser treatment.

Ingredients that you should not use

The first ingredient that you should not use this vitamin C is AHA and BHA and you all know vitamin C has a lot of exfoliating ingredients inside and typically all the products inside it has highly concentrated by limousine. So you use this AHA/BHA which also has an exfoliating ingredient. It’s going to be over exfoliate your skin. Especially people with sensitive skin. It’s going to really irritate your skin not use a H a PHA with vitamin C.

The second don’t is Nia cinnamon the estimate is type of vitamin B which helps your skin to retain more moisture because it increases the production of ceramide in your skin. However is this meets vitamin C it changes the vitamin C color into yellow which will look lovely and this means that vitamin C has lost this effect and also this combination can irritate your skin again.

Ingredients that you should use

Vitamin E is fat soluble and vitamin C is water soluble, this both enhances absorption into our skin so these two ingredients will soak deep into your skin and they both actually support each other’s antioxidant functions. The vitamin C and vitamin E work really well together because they have complementary roles for our skin and both ingredients play a role as the shields of skin cells against the sunrays.

Vitamin C is an excellent ingredient however it may not feel hydrating enough so we recommend highly that you use it with a moisturizer or Sarah or essence that is very very hydrate and like we mentioned before because vitamin C helps to exfoliate dead skin cells off of your face it helps to absorb the following products much better into your skin. So that’s why for dry skin type it will be very very effective to use a moisturizer afterwards to just you know enhance that effect of vitamin C plus hydration. So after you tone your face with the toner you’re going to use your vitamin drops and then you’re going to go ahead with your moisturizer and since cleared vitamin drops is not sticky like other you know vitamins are out there don’t worry about using a cream afterwards because both products will soak them really well to your skin.

The next ingredient that you can use together is Arbutin and it’s very well known already to many of us are concerned helps to prevent the formation of mallanna while vitamin C helps to remove pigmentation for mine alone so these two together have a great brightening effect if you are looking for a way to really brighten your skin tone then we highly recommend these products together removing and prevent it.

Jas
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I am Jas, I love writing blogs on Health, Travel and Gadgets and so i am sharing my knowledge and experiences in my blogs. Happy reading.