Antioxidants like this are among the most popular active ingredients on the market for a reason.
There are few ingredients on the market that can give you bright, glowing skin like vitamin C. This popular antioxidant Peleva C-Power Vitamin C Serum has been proven to neutralize free radicals, protect the skin from environmental damage, and improve its overall appearance. Our article outlines everything you need to know about this high-performance ingredient, including what it is, where it can be found, and how you can use it to achieve luminous, glowing skin.
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What is Peleva C Power Vitamin Serum?
Peleva C-Power Vitamin C Serum is an antioxidant that helps prevent damage to your skin caused by free radicals. It works by neutralizing free radicals that attack your skin,
protecting it against pollution, smoke, and ultraviolet rays. This prevents cellular damage, premature aging, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone. Unlike conventional ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, Peleva’s formulation is encapsulated, so it maintains its potency and reduces the risk of skin irritation while providing great results.
It’s best to use Peleva C-Power Vitamin C Serum first thing in the morning on clean, dry skin under a moisturizer and sunscreen. Vitamin C is a highly active ingredient, so how and when you use it is important. We like to think of it as the first line of defense, so we recommend using it every day.
Skin that is protected, firm, and bright
Peleva C-Power Vitamin C Serum, when used regularly and in the right formulation, brightens the skin and improves its radiance. It’s also effective in reducing discoloration and pigmentation, as well as reducing the appearance of sun spots and acne scarring since it’s naturally anti-inflammatory.
Furthermore, vitamin C is needed for the production of collagen and elastin so that it can soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Those with dull, uneven skin and those seeking to reduce signs of aging and increase glow should consider vitamin C an essential ingredient. Vitamin C is usually tolerated by all skin types, however, we always suggest patch testing to determine the skin’s tolerance to a new ingredient.