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Vitamin C: Your Skin's New Best Friend!

Vitamin C: Your Skin's New Best Friend! 

Vitamin C is one of the most widely used supplements on the planet. Typically known for its powerful ability to boost one’s immune system, it actually has a whole myriad of other benefits and uses, one of which is skin care. 
As we age, Vitamin C levels in the skin decline. This leads to a decrease in the body’s natural production of collagen, a protein responsible for giving our skin its strength and elasticity. The skin damage associated with aging occurs when the rate of collagen production can no longer keep up with its breakdown. Age spots, wrinkles, and dryness start taking over – all of which are magnified by stress, sunlight, and tobacco use.

All of this makes perfect sense. It’s why we focus so heavily on reducing stress, wearing sunscreen, and avoiding tobacco. We want to delay the aging process as much as possible.

Instead of focusing on reducing collagen breakdown, why not go straight to the source? If we could find a way to inject more Vitamin C directly into our skin, wouldn’t it return to its younger, higher collagen state?

Yes, yes it would. And fortunately it’s as easy as supplementing with Vitamin C. Ingesting via pill has shown massive results for immune system function and some direct skin benefits. However, topical application has proved much more effective for achieving the results of younger looking skin – in fact, 20 times as effective. This is exactly what humans have been doing for thousands of years.

The use of Vitamin c for skin care dates back to ancient times.

Perhaps the Fountain of Youth everyone was searching for was just an extra dose of Vitamin C.

Women during the Tang Dynasty rubbed sea buckthorn on their face and hands. The plant contained olden-orange berries that secreted an oil rich in Vitamin C.

Fast forward several hundred years and the Native Americans were using Vitamin C as a cream, made out of rose petals, to moisten and repair their skin.

In today’s world, we’ve recognized why our ancestors loved Vitamin C and continue to use it for the same purpose – to look and feel younger, healthier, more beautiful.

Victoria’s secret model Alessandra Ambrosia swears by the use of Vitamin C serums. Ambrosio states she uses a moisturizers and serums to revitalize her skin, namely serums with Vitamin C.

Dr. Oz says it’s the “secret to looking 10 years younger.”

If you’re still not convinced that Vitamin C may very well be the real-life Fountain of Youth, then let’s get into the specific benefits.

Here are 3 reasons why you should be using some sort of Vitamin C for your skin:

It fights wrinkles and naturally lifts your face.

Younger people have an abundance of collagen in their skin. Collagen provides the skin’s elasticity, especially in the face. When smiling or frowning, this elasticity allows the skin to return to its normal state, untainted. As we age and collagen production declines, our facial movements are unable to completely bounce back, thus leaving wrinkles in their wake.

Vitamin C acts as a powerful antioxidant, which works to reverse this damage done by the natural aging of skin. Plus, with Vitamin C providing an increase in collagen, it reverts back to its elastic state while giving your skin a firmer, tighter feel. Forget about expensive cosmetic procedures, Vitamin C lifts your face naturally, without the invasion of privacy and breaking the bank.


It prevents and gets rid of age spots.

Age spots are skin discolorations, typically on the face, neck, and hands, that are caused by damaging UV rays from the sun. Known for its extreme effects on age spots, skincare products loaded with Vitamin C have proven just as effective as laser treatments and chemical peels. According to Livestrong, Vitamin C to heal and sunscreen to protect your skin are the best weapons against these nasty blemishes.


Vitamin C fights acne.

When applied regularly, Vitamin C can significantly reduce acne and the horrible scars it leaves behind. One of the root causes of acne is damage to the skin from free radicals. Being an antioxidant, Vitamin C helps to remove these free radicals, healing the skin and preventing further damage from occurring.

And there you have it.

It’s pretty easy to see why so many people are jumping on the Vitamin C wagon. 



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