Fresh Vitamin C Serum
Brightening and lightening serum.
This is a first of its kind, completely fresh and stable Vitamin C serum. 10% active Vitamin C .You mix this serum when you receive it so its literally as fresh as possible. MUST be used within a month and preferably stored in the fridge to preserve the efficacy of the Vitamin C.
Most Vitamin C products make use of encapsulated Vitamin C for stability but in actuality not much for the active Vitamin c is available for benefiting the skin. Vitamin C starts to degrade once it mixed with water so this MUST be used within 1 month.
- A water based serum made with a powerful Vitamin C
- Boosts the skin’s supply of collagen
- Brightens skin and lightens age spots
- Potent anti-oxidant
- Helps rid the skin of free radicals which cause premature ageing
The antioxidant properties of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and its role in collagen synthesis make vitamin C a vital molecule for skin health. Dietary and topical ascorbic acid have beneficial effects on skin cells, and some studies have shown that vitamin C may help prevent and treat ultraviolet (UV)-induced photodamage.
Vitamin C helps lighten hyperpigmentation and brown spots. It also inhibits melanin production for evening skin tone and brightness.
15 ml pump bottle and 5 ml powder vial
How to mix
Take lids off the small powder vial and the the bigger silver liquid bottle. Gently pour the powder into the bigger bottle. Screw the lid on and shake well. Store in fridge.
How to use
Use ONLY at night time. Vitamin C can damage your skin once exposed to the sun. Squeeze 2-3 drops of serum into your palms and gently rub together and smooth over your face an decolletage area. The active Vitamin C will have a tingly effect on your skin and if it is too intense for the first week we suggest you dilute the serum with a drop or 2 of water to dilute percentage. First rub serum onto a small area of skin to test for a reaction. if burning or redness occurs discontinue use.
Aqua, Glycerine, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Allantoin, (Diazolidinyl Urea) and Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate (IPBC) in propylene glycol.