VITAMIN C In Your Skincare Routine: Brightening, Hyperpigmentation & Clear Skin

by admin October 12, 2019 at 4:59 am

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  1. hello im a super big but new fan and i was just confused about when you said vitamin c workes well with niacinamide but the ordinary told me not to use both niacinamide and vitamin c together and i looked it up and it said that they cancel out each other's effects. i haven't gotten to the myth part yet so you may explain it but yeah if you could just explain why you said they work well together that would be amazing. love you all!!

  2. First time I used vitamin c was in a eye cream from clinique. Thought I was seeing results on like the second day but was like naaahhhh Im being dramatic. By the fourth day it was undeniable lol, yay! age:25

  3. Will it continuously brightening my skin? Especially after it goes bad(mines hasnt yet)? I wouldnt want to just keep getting brighter lol!
    Just even skin tone. I have it in the Mad Hippie Serum.

  4. I am using biofad caream which is contains alpha arbutin , kojic acid and vitamin e. Can i use vitamin c serum ? is it harmful or not for skin while using these ingredientes caream?

  5. Since Vitamin C works well with Vitamin E. And can work well with Niacinamide. Can Vitamin E and Niacinamide be used together on thier own?
    I feel like I just gave you a math problem lol. Sorry.

  6. Hi thanks for the great info…i just want to ask if my beauty regimen is right that
    Hyaluronic acid serum
    SPF 30 cream

    Vitamin c serum
    Whitening serum
    Night cream peptides and niacinamide

    Can u gave a good advice?

  7. I wanted to lighten my dark skin since I tan so easily on the face.
    Usually I use Niacinamide as a main ingredient it did good with lightening but just quite slow to be effective.
    So I wanted to try & experiment with something new.
    I tried Vitamin C solely because of the rave from people,
    but dang I'm so regretting my decision.

    Well it did even out the skin tone,plump up the texture,refine pores & fine lines but nothing close to lightening.

    If you naturally have a tan skin it will emphasize that bronze tone of the skin as it's main function is to brighten.

    I wanted to use Vitamin C in the morning instead of night since it fights against the harsh free radicals & all.
    But geez the tacky feeling was so unsettling.

    Starting now just like Felisha had said,Vitamin C is going to be just an addition instead of a main ingredient for me.

    Can't wait for my next payday to restock my Niacinamide babies.

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