We all know that a change of season’s calls for a little Vitamin C to bolster your immune system but what about your skin?
Experts say that it too could do with a daily dose. Vitamin C is antioxidant rich, working to brighten the skin, even out skin tone and leave it with a silky texture.
Styling You has trialled new Vitamin C products from two salon-only product ranges over the past six weeks and can happily report that it shows. Yes both these products are worth spending your hard-earned cash on.
Indio Cosmeceuticals Queen C serum 30ml $105
Both this serum and the brand’s standard Vitamin C serums have been reformulated to contain the highly active star ingredient Nikkol VCIP, one of the most oil-soluble forms of Vitamin C on the market. This exclusive $1500 per kg ingredient offers rapid transdermal absorption and powerful anti-ageing benefits. The Queen C serum contains 20% of this ingredient, the Vitamin C 12%. Soybean oil, Vitamins A and E work to further enhance your skin. A little bit (half a squirt) goes a long way – and pigmentation on my face has lightened in just three weeks. www.indioskincare.com Available on the Sunshine Coast at Lime Health and Beauty, Cotton Tree.
Ella Bache Radiance C $185
This ampoule system contains milk protein liposomes, yeast extracts and highly effective “moisture magnets”, which provide long lasting hydration and firmness leaving the skin soft and smooth. Simultaneously, nature’s kitchen of pomegranates, white tea and liquorice enrich the skin and help to regulate any imbalance in the skin’s PH, making it healthier. Each ampoule lasts about two weeks and is activated by combining the powder with the serum. I used just one ampoule and noticed a difference in my skin’s texture. www.ellaBache.com.au