Topical Vitamin C
How It Works
Skin Basics | The Epidermis | Skin Peels | Melanocytes | The Dermis | Glycolic Acid | Topical Vitamin C | Copper Peptides | Healthy Skin | Active Ingredients | The Retinols | Skin Needling | Maximising Skin Roller Results | Dark Circles Around Eye | Hair Regrowth Solution |
Clearskincare Vitamin C Serum uses a new Vitamin C compound called "Vitagen" as it's active Vitamin C. We all know Vitamin C is a powerful anti-oxidant and anti-ageing compound but most Vitamin C solutions are very unstable.
This is Clearskincare's latest Vitamin C formulation as we constantly upgrade our formulas to the most stable Vitamin C available.
Vitagen is amino ascorbyl phosphate and has been shown in clinical tests to be significantly more stable than ascorbic acid, L ascorbic acid or magnesium ascorbyl phosphate (which are other common forms of Vitamin C used in serums).
In clinical trials "Vitagen" Vitamin C led to a 20% decrease in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the eye and cheek area.
Clearskincare 100% Vitamin C Mini Skin Peel is a homecare chemical skin peel that is perfect for uneven skin texture, lines and wrinkles and is an excellent introduction to peeling for people who are a little nervous about using acid peels. Ascorbic acid peels, are the mildest of glycolic, salicylic and lactic acid peels and are an excellent introduction to skin peeling. The Clearskincare 100% Pure Vitamin C Minipeel achieves a skin brightening equivalent to a 30% glycolic acid peel, without the irritation or risk associated with a high concentration peel.
In addition to making your own 100% pure Vitamin C peels you are also able to make your own custom Vitamin C Serums, in the concentrations and volumes you desire. You will never have to worry about your Vitamin C serum oxidising and being wasted again. Now you can mix the concentration and volume of your Vitamin C Serum as you need it.
Clearskincare homecare minipeels do not cause mass skin shedding,they promote even, controlled and accelerated exfoliation (shedding) of dead and damaged skin cells.