Vitamin C Skincare

Vitamin C is a nutrient that we all want to have in our daily diet. But, it’s also a well-known ingredient in quality skincare products. Let’s learn all we can about Vitamin C in skincare, what the benefits are, and answer some FAQ about skincare with Vitamin C.

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Vitamin C

A Complete Guide to Vitamin C Skincare

There are many different types of Vitamin C that can be found in skincare products. The best one to have is L-ascorbic acid. This is most pure form and is most stable in a water-based serum. It’s the type of Vitamin C that is found in plants. Sodium ascorbyl phosphate is more gentle on the skin and is stable. It’s just not as effective as L-ascorbic acid. Ascorbyl glucoside is a water-based Vitamin C and is found in many brands of skincare.

Vitamin C can be found in many forms to use on your skin. Serums, creams, sunscreen, and cleansers are produced to help you add Vitamin C to your skincare routine. It’s best to use Vitamin C products twice a day for the best results. You might use a Vitamin C infused cleanser and then use a serum or cream afterwards. This helps your sunscreen to be more effective. If using eye cream, apply lightly with your smallest finger. Vitamin C eye creams can lighten dark circles and decrease wrinkles.

Step by step guide to using Vitamin C products: Always do a test spot to make sure you won’t have a bad reaction to the product. You can chose a place that won’t show, such as on the arm where you’ll be wearing sleeves or underneath where your hair falls. Cleanse your face. Apply toner (if you use one). Apply the Vitamin C Serum. Allow it to dry for a couple of minutes before you put on your moisturizer. Now, you’re ready to use your makeup that contains sunscreen protection.

Benefits Of Vitamin C For Your Face

Vitamin C Skincare for your face will lighten and brighten your skin. It’s an antioxidant which can lesson redness and inflammation. It also helps to prevent dark spots and can help them to fade. Hyperpigmentation is when those sun spots appear on your face. These unsightly dark spots can be lessoned by Vitamin C, which decreases melanin.

Vitamin C can prevent sun damage. Molecules called free radicals cause sun damage. Free radicals can be stopped when Vitamin C provides the antioxidants. Using Vitamin C in combination with sunscreen will protect the skin more than sunscreen alone.

Since Vitamin C is essential in the production of Collagen, we know using a skincare product with Vitamin C can improve skin’s texture. Collagen decreases as we age, causing the skin to sag. Using a skincare product on your face with Collagen can help your skin to be more firm.

Frequently Asked Questions About Vitamin C in Skincare

Can you use Vitamin C on your skin during pregnancy?

It’s perfectly safe to use during pregnancy.

Should you use Vitamin C on your skin during the day or at night?

You can use it in both day and night. You might choose to use a serum during the day and a moisturizing cream at night.

Does Vitamin C skincare cause acne?

There’s nothing to prove that it causes acne. The antioxidants can help to lighten dark spots that are left by acne. If you have very irritated skin, it can calm it. Start slowly with the Vitamin C and gradually strengthen the usage to follow the products directions on the label.

What To Do Next

We’ve learned about the types and forms of Vitamin C skincare products. The step by step guide helps us to know how to use the products. The benefits are very convincing and from what we know of Vitamin C in our diets, it just makes sense to use Vitamin C in our skincare routines. I’ve answered many of the most often asked questions, too.

MISSHA Vitamin C Products

Now, I hope you’ll join me in trying Vitamin C skincare. It’s so promising and provides so many things to make us look more beautiful and have healthier skin. I believe that you’ll love the Vita C Plus Spot Correcting & Firming Ampoule from MISSHA. You’ll also get great benefits from using Vita C Plus Clear Complexion Foaming Cleanser. Using both products can give your facial skin tremendous improvement in it’s texture, brightness, and collagen production. I hope you’ll try them today!

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14 Responses to Vitamin C Skincare

  1. Lauryn R says:

    Vitamin C is so good for your immune system and skin! It is awesome that there are so many beauty products with it now. I really need to try some of these. Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    Thank you for all the information on these great products. I never knew all the benefits of vitamin C!

  3. Terri Quick says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this

  4. Jeffrey says:


  5. Thank you for this. i’ve been doing skin care :)))

  6. James Arvin Rostata says:


  7. Jeffrey says:

    Don’t normally think of Vitamin C when it comes to skincare.

  8. Brittany Gilley says:

    I love Ole Henrikssen’s Vitamin C skin care line

  9. Bea LaRocca says:

    You learn something new every day, I knew that Vitamin C was essential for your immune system but did not know of the benefits to your skin’s health. Thank you for sharing the info

  10. Dana Matthews says:

    I really never thought about Vitamin C use for my face. It is interesting to find out that it helps with collagen. I could use some extra firmness!

  11. Antoinette M says:

    I’m not currently using a Vitamin C skincare product, but it sounds interesting.

  12. Leanne says:

    I just started using my Vitamin C serum drops again this morning after not using them for a while.

  13. Erica Ardali says:

    I love having Vitamin C in my daily skin care routine. It’s so helpful to add some brightening to my skin that normally gets a little dull this time of year.

  14. Denise Low says:

    Thanks for sharing. I don’t think I keep taking my vitamins long enough. I will take them for awhile and then forget to take them.

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