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Vitamin C-A Delicate Yet Effective Ingredient in African American Skin Care

Vitamin C-A Delicate Yet Effective Ingredient in African American Skin Care

Vitamin C-A Delicate Yet Effective Ingredient in African American Skin Care

Vitamin C-A Delicate Yet Effective Ingredient in African American Skin Care

Vitamin C is a valuable tool in ridding African American skin of acne and blemishes - and in stopping its return. Vitamin C - multi-tasks. It helps in preventing loss of water, which aids in maintaining the skin's function as a barrier. At the same time, it helps your skin to build elastin and collagen.

It has come to be believed that vitamin C also helps to shield your skin from the harmful rays of the sun, and it blocks the growth of damaging free radicals, since it works as an antioxidant.

Topical preparations containing vitamin C are becoming more precisely blended, as researchers have found the most effective delivery system and percentage of actual vitamin C in the blends. These help to determine how effective the lotions will be. Their goal is a stable product that will be easy for you to use at home.

Vitamin C is a delicate vitamin. It is soluble in water, but when it has been mixed with water and then exposed to oxygen, it can no longer work as an antioxidant. Light makes vitamin C disintegrate, too.

There are now technologies that utilize vitamin C in a very concentrated form, in a lotion that is free from water. This type of cream allows vitamin C to be delivered in a pure form and in high amounts, without any irritation to African American skin. Creams and serums with Vitamin C will help keep your skin glowing and healthy.

You can also buy products that you mix before using, blending vitamin C into a delivery base, and then applying it to your skin while the vitamin C remains active. These products have been very effective, as long as the levels of vitamin C are kept at safe levels. They will deliver antioxidants to your skin, getting rid of any acne and also protecting your African-American skin.

Today, you can choose from many skin care products that are rich in vitamin C, and they will help keep your African-American skin free from acne breakouts, and other problems related to free radicals.

Vitamin C is one of the few nutrients that can be absorbed into the skin, together with vitamin E and selenium. Vitamin C is very effective in clearing up acne and preventing further problems, and it also slows down your skin's natural aging process.

Your face is usually the first place you will notice wrinkling and aging. This occurs as your body's collagen and elastin production slows down.

Vitamin C regenerates African-American skin, to keep it looking younger. Vitamin C in face creams helps to get rid of facial wrinkles, since it helps your body to produce collagen. It will also reduce the ways that harmful rays from the sun affect your African-American skin.


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Juliette Samuel,
Esthetician/Publisher

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Moisturizers and ingredients that hydrate your skin will always be your best friend, for your face, body and hair. So look for products with nourishing and nurturing ingredients. Shea butter, cocoa butter, mango butter and jojoba oils are a few of the ingredients to keep on your list.

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