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Where to Use Vitamin C in Skincare Routine?

Where to Use Vitamin C in Skincare Routine?

Vitamin C has become a popular ingredient in skincare due to its ability to brighten the skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and even out skin tone. However, it's important to know where to use vitamin C in your skincare routine to get the most out of its benefits. Here are some tips on where to use vitamin C in your routine:

Cleanse: Start your routine by cleansing your face with a gentle cleanser. This will help to remove any dirt, oil, or makeup that may be on your skin and prepare it for the rest of your skincare routine.

Go for a foam-free cleanser, as it is a completely sulphate-free formulation that doesn't dry out your skin after cleansing.

Tone: After cleansing, use a toner to help balance the pH of your skin and prepare it for the next steps of your routine.

Apply Vitamin C Serum: After toning, apply your vitamin C serum. This is where you will get the most benefit from vitamin C, as it will be able to penetrate the skin more effectively on clean, toned skin.

Apply a few drops of serum to your face and neck, and gently massage it in.

Moisturize: After your serum has absorbed, apply your moisturizer. This will help to lock in the benefits of the vitamin C serum and provide additional hydration to your skin.

Sunscreen: Finally, apply sunscreen to protect your skin from harmful UV rays. Vitamin C can help to protect your skin from free radicals and environmental damage, but it is not a replacement for sunscreen.

It's important to note that vitamin C can be sensitive to light and air, so it's best to store your vitamin C serum in an opaque, airtight bottle and use it within 3 months of opening.

Additionally, if you have sensitive skin, you may want to start with a vitamin C serum with a lower concentration of vitamin C (10%), along with skin-soothing ingredients like aloe vera, and probiotic acitves that balance the skin's microbiome. Check out the Jaivique 10% Vitamin C & Aloe Vera Serum with Probiotic Actives.

In conclusion, vitamin C is best used in your skincare routine after cleansing and toning, before moisturizing and applying sunscreen. This will allow it to penetrate the skin effectively and provide the most benefit.

By incorporating vitamin C into your daily routine, you can help to brighten and even out your skin tone, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and protect your skin from environmental damage.


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