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ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS: The Key To Effortlessly Turn Back The Time To A Youthful Appearance

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The Key To Effortlessly Turn Back The Time 

To A Youthful Appearance

Candid Essentials Anti-Aging Vitamin C SerumMore and more health and beauty lovers realize the effectiveness of Vitamin C on skin. This is why Vitamin C Serums are all over the market these days. 

Our Vitamin C formula is comprised of the revolutionary STAY-C 50, Vitamin E, Ferulic Acid, Vegan Hyaluronic Acid and has 20% potency.  It has been proven to be like a "facelift" in a bottle!

What makes our formula for the Vitamin C Serum more potent and more effective than the rest is the fact that it is made with a more stabilized (phosphorylated) Sodium salt of L-ascorbic acid. Esterification of ascorbic acid protects Vitamin C from destruction from oxidation, therefore, extending its effective potency. This formula also introduces to it Ferulic Acid, one of the most powerful natural antioxidants.

Ferulic Acid is a plant-based antioxidant extracted from Rice Bran Oil. It has been established to provide sun-protective benefits as well as be an antioxidant extender. In combination with the Vitamin C and Vitamin E, it has been shown to double their photo protective capacity on the skin. More protection means better defense against harmful elements such as sunlight, smoke, and air pollution and also means younger looking skin.

As always, our Vitamin C Serum is also made with pure vegan Hyaluronic Acid. Hyaluronic Acid is naturally found in human tissues. As one ages, the content of hyaluronan in the skin decreases, which contributes to loss of moisture and elasticity in the skin, causing wrinkles. The plant-based Hyaluronic Acid in this Vitamin C Serum helps boost the skin's elasticity and hydration by locking-in moisture, giving the skin a healthy glow.

Vitamin C Serum has long been known as the key to collagen production, giving the skin its firmness and strength however, the best known secret is that Vitamin C is an incredible tool for prevention. Free radicals are like damaged cells trying to repair themselves from missing electrons. By trying to repair themselves they steal electrons from healthy cells, in turn, damaging those cells, causing various conditions ranging from accelerated aging to deadly cancer. Antioxidants protect healthy cells by donating an electron to the free radical, therefore, having free radicals leave the healthy cell alone.

What does vitamin C do for your skin?

Topical Vitamin C has been shown to protect the skin from UV damage caused by prolonged sun exposure by reducing the amount of free radical formation and/or sun burn cells. You can't consume enough Vitamin C orally to compare what Topical Vitamin C does. Topical Vitamin C is applied directly to the skin and is absorbed immediately. Oral Vitamin C passes through the body and not enough of it reaches the skin to make a difference. Your body cannot store Vitamin C.

Not only is this formula proven to be more effective in the assistance of skin rejuvenation, it is also proven to be just as effective when used as a preventative measure against harmful environmental damage. 

Have you used your Vitamin C Serum today?


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