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Do I Really Need Vitamin C in my Skincare?

September 18, 2020

Do I Really Need Vitamin C in my Skincare?

Let's just get to it - the answer is yes! Science has proven the antioxidant properties of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and its role in collagen synthesis make vitamin C a vital component for skin health. 

I love Vitamin C for so many reasons! It's safe, hydrating, brightening and evens out skin tone with continued use, fades hyperpigmentation over time, reduces under-eyes circles, promotes collagen production, prevents skin sagging (start using it early ladies!), protects against sun damage, soothes sunburn, and helps wound healing.

But the tricky part of making Vitamin C viable for skincare is making sure it remains stable and in a formula in which it can be absorbed into skin at lowers layers of the dermis.  SPOILER ALERT! This won't happen with the over-the-counter products you've been buying. In fact, those products deteriorate within days of opening it - and - actually turns into a PRO-oxidant, instead of an anti-oxidant because of this deterioration. 

Enter - Triple C + Gold - a long lasting STABLE formula!

Ascorbic Acid + Gold + Glutathione improves the stability of ascorbic acid, and extends the lifespan of ascorbic acid in the skin. 

The glutathione in this formula is a precursor to ascorbic acid, so it regenerates ascorbic acid as it is used up by our skin. This means an effective delivery system that far outperforms any percentage of free ascorbic acid or other ascorbic acid derivatives.

Gold in cosmetics is in nano particles suspending it among the ingredients making it available to the skin. Yep, it's real gold and yes it real thing!

In Triple C+ Gold, it is in just the right amount to avoid irritation but enough to be effective and even conductive when using Microcurrent.

When gold is combined with other antioxidants it makes those antioxidants more bioavailable. This means it is possible for the ingredients to penetrate the skin's lower dermis levels, protecting new cells and encouraging collagen's growth. Gold can calm acne inflammation, reduce skin redness, and protect against free radicals that lead to wrinkles and sun damage.

Gold is EVEN harnessed for its antibacterial properties and is now being used in products from cosmetics, deodorant and even toothpaste. Amazing, right!

So, yes, yes, yes - you need a Vitamin C product in your routine and I know you'll love, love, love Triple C + Gold to prevent premature aging and to help restore vitality to aging skin.

For those of you who like to read the Science, read this.


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