Vitamin C


Vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins in the functioning of the skin.

is the second most important after vitamin A.

Its main effects are:

* Stimulating collagen production;

* Increasing humidity level;

* Anti-inflammatory;


In the cosmetics market there are about ten common derivatives that various manufacturers use. They are all good and they all give us the benefits we mentioned above. Some derivatives are fat-soluble and some water-soluble.

Most products on the market contain one derivative of the vitamin.

However, for a good protection of the two phases of the skin, you should have two derivatives (at least) there – one water-soluble and one fat-soluble.


Our skin also has fatty areas (such as the cell membranes and cell organs, in the corneal layer, between epidermal cells) and watery areas (like other areas of the corneal layer, the intracellular environment and parts of the intercellular environment). Using 2 forms on the vitamin provids 360 degrees of protection, support, activity and improvement of functions – to all areas of the epidermis and dermis.

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