Since this skin care product has gone viral recently, Zomorod has decided to write a piece on essential information everyone should know about vitamin C serums.
Why people use vitamin C serum?
We all take vitamin C in form of delicious fruits and vegetables such as oranges, Kiwi and broccolis. In addition to making us tougher to fight cold, vitamin C is high in antioxidants and therefore good for our skin. Vitamin C is a powerful component in skincare because it has effects such as reducing lines and wrinkles, promoting collagen, improve elasticity and repairing damages.
What makes a good vitamin C serum?
The main ingredient of every vitamin C serum is Ascorbic Acid which exists in each serum ranging from 8% to 20%. Lab results show that 20% brings about the best results. Less than 8% is not effective at all and more than 20% might even damage the skin. So, in choosing your vitamin C serum don’t forget to check if it’s 20% concentration. There are several types of Ascorbic Acid. The most effective one is called L-Ascorbic, so, make sure you buy the brand with L-Ascorbic rather than any other type.
Jeune’s stable vitamin C serum is highly potent with a 20% concentration. It is a powerful antioxidant that stimulates cell renewal and the production of both collagen and elastin. Vitamin C + 20% boosts the skin natural immune properties, minimizing and repairing the damage caused by free radicals. Zomorod invites you to try this new product and give us your feedback in the comment section.
Direction for use:
Place 2‐3 drops in palm of hand and apply with fingertips
into area to be treated. Can apply morning and night after cleansing. You can
use on face, neck and neckline.
Purified Water (Aqua), Ethoxydiglycol, L‐Ascorbic Acid, Butylene Glycol,
Glycerin, Laureth‐23, Tocopherol, Ferulic Acid, Panthenol, TEA, Hyaluronic
Acid, Sodium PCA, Niacinamide, Phenoxyethanol.
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