NYC Skin Care Influencer & Content Creator
Posted: November 2021
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You are probably getting Vitamin C in your diet, but what about in your skincare routine? Vitamin C is known for antioxidants, and yes, it works as an antioxidant on your skin.
This super ingredient helps maintain a smooth and bright complexion, promotes collagen production to lessen fine lines and wrinkles, lightens dark spots, and encourages healthy skin cell turnover. It works the best when you pair it with sunscreen in the AM routine, and after cleansing in the PM routine to address your skin’s needs. Here are some of my recommendations and tips on how to incorporate vitamin C in your skincare regimen.
Try a Vitamin C Serum-
If you want to see a faster result, use CeraVe Skin Renewing Vitamin C Serum in your AM routine after cleansing.
Try a Vitamin C Moisturizer-
If you want to focus on dark spots and wrinkles, add Neutrogena Rapid Tone Repair Retinol + Vitamin C Correcting Cream to your nighttime skincare routine.
Consistency is key to maximizing the effect of vitamin C. Start with 1 vitamin C product in either your morning or night skincare routine depending on which works best for you. It will do wonders and give your skin a glowy complexion.