Hello my Gin Amber babies and welcome to another exciting blog post, where I’ll be laying out the top five benefits of vitamin C serum for the face and why it makes the perfect addition to your skincare routine. This will be quick and informational, packed with only the essential things you need to know about this powerhouse of a serum.
What is Vitamin C Good For?
A lot of us hear about products with Vitamin This and Vitamin That, and while it all sounds good on paper, some of us don’t know what these vitamins really do for us or what their benefits are. So let me break down what vitamin C is and exactly what it does:
Vitamin C, also known as abscorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin naturally found in some foods and available as a dietary supplement. Fun fact, our bodies are unable to synthesize Vitamin C, which means we can’t produce it on our own. This is why it’s so important to intake Vitamin C through a balanced diet and other methods, and vitamin C serum is designed to ensure it's absorbed directly through the skin.
But what does it do? I’m glad you asked. Let’s take a look at the Top 5 Skin Benefits of Vitamin C.
It’s Needed for Collagen Production
Vitamin C is vital for the biosynthesis of collagen, a major component of your skin. Collagen plays a huge role in hydration and elasticity, so consider Vitamin C the booster your skin needs to produce healthy levels of this necessary protein.
It Reduces Wrinkles and Slows Aging Skin
As we age, our bodies produce less collagen, which leads to the formation of wrinkles, dryness, and other unwanted skin issues. Vitamin C counteracts this by providing the building blocks and structure your skin needs to repair itself.
It Halts Hyperpigmentation
Vitamin C serum application has been shown to slow down and inhibit melanin production. This means lightening of dark spots, more radiant skin, and an overall balanced complexion. Want to see the scientific proof? Check out this case study.
It Reduces Dark Circles and Under-Eye Bags
Tired of discoloration and unappealing under-eye bags? Vitamin C serum could be just the addition you’ve been looking for to hydrate these sensitive parts of your face. Since the skin under the eyes is so much thinner than the skin in the rest of your face, it’s crucial that you utilize Vitamin C serum to plump these areas and promote a healthier, youthful glow.
It Speeds Up Wound Healing
As many of you are familiar with my 192-real needle dermarollers and how they work, it should come as no surprise that when paired with Vitamin C serum, they create the perfect skincare combination. Since dermarollers inflict microscopic puncture wounds in the skin, this means the skin absorbs the application of powerhouses such as Vitamin C more effectively, and so application of this serum following dermaroller routines provides not only immensely fast healing processes, but better skin results than regular application alone.
Why You Should Consider My Vitamin C Booster
If you’ve already invested in my 192-real needle dermarollers, you’ll love my 20% Vitamin C Booster Serum, specially formulated to smooth and repair damaged and aged skin and which has one of the strongest and most bio-available concentrations of Vitamin C on the market.
Its antioxidant properties fight inflammation and the effects of free radicals, not to mention provides each and every skin benefit listed above, with special attention to collagen production and post-dermaroller results. It’s also water based for a non-greasy texture and absorbs extremely fast. You can check out the glowing reviews here, as well as purchase your own booster serums to amplify and vastly improve your skincare regimens. Also know that rather than using L-abscorbic acid, which can be rather irritating to the skin, my Vitamin C Booster serum uses sodium ascorbyl phosphate, a gentler, more natural and more stable alternative to its sister compound.
Again, thank you my Gin Amber Babies for checking out this most recent blog post and thank you for all the additional subscribers and viewers, love and support! Be well and good luck on your skincare journeys! I hope this post was educational and I look forward to hearing all your incredible results. Until next time!