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December 21, 2018

Doctors have long heralded the benefits of Vitamin C as part of a healthy diet, so it’s no wonder that it’s just as beneficial for our skin. Even for sensitive skin types, various formulations of this powerful antioxidant will help fight free radicals which are responsible for destroying healthy skin cells and breaking down collagen. A skincare regimen that includes Vitamin C serum provides an overflowing of bounty of goodness for your skin, giving it a vibrant glow. Here are the benefits of using Vitamin C serum morning or night. 

Using Vitamin C in your Morning Skincare Routine

If you are wondering when to apply Vitamin C serum on your face, use the serum right after cleansing or toning, as the first layer in your morning skincare regimen. The serum is the perfect addition to your morning routine, it brightens your skin and provides the following benefits: 
  • Protects against sun damage
  • Assists collagen production
  • Minimizes dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles
  • Evens skin tone Hydrates the skin

Unless you have a sun sensitivity, consider Vitamin C serum in your morning routine to boost your protection against the damaging effects of the sun’s rays and other environmental factors, such as air pollution. Follow the application of Vitamin C with a moisturizer and sunscreen.  

Using Vitamin C in your Evening Skincare Routine

A nighttime beauty regimen is designed to help your skin repair and rejuvenate itself while in  restorative mode. For skin types that are more sensitive to the sun, using a Vitamin C serum in the evening will help build up your skin’s daily defense against UV rays. 
20% Vitamin C + E Ferulic Acid Serum contains L-Ascorbic Acid, the most effective and bioavailable Vitamin C; however, one of the best Vitamin C serums for oily skin or sensitive skin types is Hyaluronic Acid + Vitamin C Serum. Known as the ‘Essential’, this Vitamin C serum contains a less potent derivative of Vitamin C called Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, and also includes Matrixyl®️ 3000 to firm and Hyaluronic Acid to hydrate.

Use Vitamin C Serum for Both Your Morning and Evening Routines!  

Whichever Vitamin C formulation and strength you find is best suited for your skin type and concerns, any addition to your morning and evening routines will brighten, clarify and protect your skin! 

DISCLAIMER: The information on our blogs has been compiled from published sources and the experience of the Timeless Skin Care team. The blogs are  not intended to diagnose or treat a medical condition or to address every skin type or  condition. While reasonable effort is made to publish reliable and up to date information, Timeless Skin Care cannot predict how a skin care regimen will affect every individual user. Timeless does not guarantee any specific outcomes or the accuracy of all information presented and accepts no liability in respect of any omission or error. If you are uncertain about possible sensitivity when using Timeless Skin Care products, please do a patch test before use. If you have any skin concerns, please talk to your physician or consult a dermatologist.

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