June 22, 2016
For centuries, women have looked for ways that their skin can enjoy the anti-aging benefits of vitamin C. While thinking about vitamin C and the production of collagen, it is also a powerful antioxidant with the ability to defuse free radicals within the skin.
Vitamin C Fights Free Radicals Which Damage Skin
Free radicals are molecules or atoms that have unpaired electrons. They have a short lifespan and are chemically reactive. They tend to be destructive only in places which they are created, typically in cell mitochondria. Because of their need to have matching elections, free radicals oftentimes attack chemical compounds which are nearby, leaving skin that is damaged in their wake. Using a skin care product with vitamin C is a way of ridding the skin of harmful free radicals.
Vitamin C Serum Protects the Skin from Thieving Free Radicals
Free radicals cause damage to the skin when stealing electrons from a single protein which is in the thread of collagen. The collagens chemical structure is changed during this time, producing a small break in the thread. Throughout the years, this leads to numerous points of damage within the collagen, making skin damaged. This damage has an appearance of wrinkled and sagging skin. With the use of natural vitamin C serum, you can avoid this type damage, and have firm, healthy skin, and keep a look of youthfulness.
Antioxidants are Skins Natural Protectors
The skin has the ability to naturally fight against this type of damage, with one of them being antioxidants, but with stressors such as environment and age, they become overpowered. However, a skin care product with vitamin C is effective for enhancing the natural protection against these aging free radical.
When applying vitamin C skin serum from timeless Skin Care to your face, you can enjoy the pleasure of an appearance that is damage-free.
October 22, 2020
September 30, 2020
For such a popular skin care ingredient, there’s a lot going on with HA, so beware of love at first use! There are more layers to using HA than the simple equation, Dry Skin + Hyaluronic Acid = Hydrated Skin. In some conditions, the intended results can actually backfire. Think the opposite of clear, dewy, plump skin. So how do you use HA properly?
First - Debunking Common Myths about HA
Hyaluronic Acid is not actually an acid, like glycolic or salicylic acid that exfoliates the skin. HA is a complex sugar, known as a polysaccharide, that occurs naturally in the body providing hydration for our joints, hair, eyes and especially the skin.
August 07, 2020
We invite you to join us on our new skin care journey with TerraCycle.
We love when customers share how Timeless has made a difference in their lives, and we hope to make a difference when it comes to future generations too!
This August we are proud to launch a national recycling program of our Timeless plastic packaging through our partnership with TerraCycle.