Avon Anew Vitamin C Brightening Serum
Vitamin C Brightening Serum is a patented formula that contains a high concentration of 10% pure Vitamin C, which protects skin from sun, pollution and other aggressors. 1 fl. oz. $30.00
• Skin looks smoother and clearer and even toned
• Enhances skin clarity
• Fights overall photodamage
• Improves skin tone and resiliency
• Visibly improves skin’s imperfections
• Contains Vitamin C and E
• Dermatologist tested
• Noncomedogenic, hypoallergenic and nonacnegenic
• In 2 weeks, skin looks brighter, smoother, clearer and more even toned*
*Based on a consumer-perception study
Debbie from Delaware shares, “Love this product! My skin is brighter and smoother! Tip…less is more with this product, if you use too much your face will feel sticky. You literally only need like a dime size. If you want a product that will slow down wrinkles, vitamin c & vitamin e (in liquid form) is what you want and this product has both!”
Barbara from Illinois wrote, “I use this product on my face, neck and chest. When you are in your middle 50’s and are outdoors a lot in the warm weather your skin gets tan and dried out from the sun. This is the perfect product for repairing your dry skin on your neck and chest bringing back that youthful appearance.”
Penny from Texas says, “Goes on smoothly and my skin feels softer and smoother after only two weeks.”
Potential Benefits of Avon Vitamin C Serum
Vitamin C has become one of the most widely used skin care ingredients. Potentially, vitamin C can benefit skin in a couple of important ways. Firstly, vitamin C is essential for the synthesis of collagen, a key structural protein of the skin. Adding vitamin C to a culture of skin cells dramatically increases the synthesis of collagen. Secondly, vitamin C is an antioxidant and can help reduce skin damage caused by free radicals (i.e. sun damage). So, when vitamin C is properly delivered into skin cells, there is a good chance to reduce wrinkles and improve skin texture.
It has been discussed in many articles and beauty blogs that ascorbic acid, the principle natural form of vitamin C, is relatively unstable if not in dry form. In the presence of air or other oxidizing agents, it undergoes oxidation. According to research, however, it can only be said the oxidation of a moderate fraction of ascorbic acid in a skin care formula is unlikely to make the formula ineffective – in case you’re wondering.
Even when using an optimal formulation, not everyone will respond to vitamin C treatments. About 50% of people show noticeable benefits. The chances are improved when a treatment, like Avon vitamin C serum, is a part of a comprehensive regimen to rebuild collagen in your skin.