Vitamin C Antioxydant Facial

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It is going to Represent you for a very Long Time

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that is used to create a brighter, smoother, more youthful complexion when applied directly to the skin in the form of lotions, serums or masks. According to the book “Cosmetic Dermatology,” topical application of vitamin C may also protect the skin from the harmful rays of the sun, and help reverse the signs of aging by firming the skin and reducing wrinkles.

 

 

 

Protecting Your Skin From the Effects of Aging. Vitamin C is not only necessary for collagen production and maintenance, but it is also a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals in the skin. Free radicals are atoms or molecules with an unpaired electron….

Overexposure to ultraviolet radiation and environmental pollutants can accelerate skin aging by degrading collagen and triggering oxidative stress in the skin. Fortunately, the anti-aging benefits of a time-honored remedy used by ancient civilizations to heal their skin can help overcome these undesirable effects. Vitamin C is an essential component in the body’s production of collagen and a potent antioxidant that can help rejuvenate aged and photodamaged skin.

  • The amount of collagen in the skin tends to decline with age, an ongoing process that is accelerated by a number of factors like sunlight, smoking, free radicals, and inflammation.
  • As the synthesis of new collagen slows down, topical vitamin C provides one of the most effective ways to boost collagen synthesis and slow its degradation.
  • While oral supplementation with vitamin C is important for maintaining one’s overall health, it is not very effective at increasing skin concentrations of vitamin C, especially as levels of vitamin C in the skin decline with aging. 
  • The most effective method for replenishing vitamin C in the skin is therefore to go straight to the source, and apply it directly to the skin. 
  • When topically applied, vitamin C provides a skin-rejuvenating effect by improving collagen synthesis in the skin that slows down with aging, as well as limiting skin damage from free radicals. 
  • Applying topical vitamin C to the skin is 20 times more effective than oral ingestion. Simply applying vitamin C daily for three days can achieve optimal levels in the skin.

 

  • Rejuvenating the skin by constantly replenishing vitamin C stores can therefore help maintain healthy, younger-looking skin, especially as we get older.
  • Concentrated tea extracts provide complementary skin-beautifying effects by protecting against damage from UV light and free radicals.
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