Vitamin C E Ferulic Acid Serum
- Available in 20% strength for those whose skin is more sensitive to vitamin C (recommended for beginners) or 30% strength for those who prefer a stronger concentration
Fade dark spots and sun damage with this skin-nourishing serum. Advanced Skin Care’s Vitamin C E Ferulic Acid Serum harnesses the antioxidant power of Vitamin C and the skin-healing power of Vitamin E to reduce skin damage and visibility of wrinkles while increasing collagen production.
- Helps fade skin damage caused by free radicals
- Moisturizes and softens skin
- This anti-wrinkle face serum reduces visibility of wrinkles and fine lines
- Specialty skin care that exfoliates and cleanses
- New skin care product available in two concentrations
Helps fade skin damage caused by free radicals: Vitamin C and vitamin E are antioxidants that will help neutralize and reduce the damage caused by free radicals. This will reduce the visibility of dark spots and hyperpigmentation, giving your skin a more even, natural tone.
Moisturizes and softens skin: Vitamin E naturally moisturizes and softens skin, and Hyaluronic Acid allows these nutrients to permeate deeper into the skin, allowing better penetration and deeper moisturization. The result is skin that feels and looks softer and healthier.
Reduces visibility of wrinkles and fine lines: Vitamin C, vitamin E, Ferulic Acid, and Hyaluronic Acid work together to permeate the skin and help encourage collagen production. More collagen means fuller, plumper skin, and the fuller your skin is, the more the wrinkles and fine lines will fade.
Exfoliates and Cleanses: Vitamin C is a natural exfoliant that will help exfoliate your pores and neutralize free radicals in the skin. This leaves you with a surface layer of skin that is softer and healthier looking.
Available in two concentrations -- 20% and 30%: 20% is preferred for those with very sensitive skin, or those with little experience using vitamin C serums. If 20% doesn’t seem effective enough to you after you’ve used it for a while, try moving up to 30%, which is better for those who prefer a stronger concentration and for those who have been using vitamin C serums for a while.
Hyaluronic acid, L-Ascorbic Acid, dl-alpha tocopherol (Vitamin E,) Ferulic Acid, Vegetable glycerin, Ethoxydiglycol