Thursday, 13 October 2016

Eliminate Your Fears And Doubts About Vitamin C Serum


As we all know Vitamin C is a Natural Vitamin that our bodies need. It only makes sense that using a Natural Vitamin C Serum would be healthy for your skin. Then you have the scary ingredient of Hyaluronic Acid. This is enough to make you think it's some kind of skin peel, and that your face will start melting if you put it anywhere near your skin. This is why I will explain what the ingredients are and what they do for you.



HYALURONIC ACID

Although this sounds like a scary ingredient, it really isn't. Hyaluronic Acid is present within our own bodies. It has the magical ability to hold in moisture, which as we all know, adding moisture to the skin means it will be more hydrated and look more youthful. And we all want to look younger as we get older. The extra hydration has the effect of having softer, smoother and plumper skin. Hyaluronic Acid is also an excellent antioxidant, protecting the skin from the harsh chemicals in the environment. Making it a really good ingredient.

VITAMIN C

Vitamin C is an excellent ingredient when it comes to skin care, a lot of people think Vitamin C is only good for keeping colds away. But it actually helps to repair and regenerate tissues along with its anti-oxidising abilities. Another great benefit of putting Vitamin C on your skin is that it evens out skin tone and improves moisture. With the high concentration of Vitamin C giving the Serums an anti-ageing ability, there's no reason to fear any of these ingredients.





So as you can see, both the ingredients together give a natural boost to the elasticity of your skin. Along with super hydration and looking and feeling softer, smoother and younger.

The two Vitamin C Serums I have pictured here are from two very good Natural Skincare companies who have various products in their Natural Skincare ranges. The first Serum is Art Naturals and the second Serum is Sky Organics, both fabulous Serums in their own right, both do a fabulous job at keeping the skin younger and fresher looking.

To read more on Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C go to HowStuffWorks and read more on the health benefits of both ingredients.

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