Beauty Tips for Healthy Skin — Add C Perfection Serum to Your Skincare Routine
“Beauty comes from within: start with a nutrient-packed, well-balanced diet, and love yourself unconditionally” ~ Myra Michelle Mesko
The quest for healthy skin is a desire for many. Starting a fun, simple skincare routine can make that desire become a reality if followed consistently. Adding powerful serums makes it fun and effective, especially when using a Vitamin C serum which will kickstart your daily routine.
What is C Perfection Serum
Our C Perfection Serum is a lightweight, 14% Vitamin C trifecta (L-Ascorbic Acid, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, and BV-OSC) combined with Vitamin E. These potent antioxidants support healthy collagen production, improve skin’s immune function, support healing, and help brighten skin. We combine the Vitamin C trifecta with Vitamin E to produce a powerful antioxidant cocktail to effectively protect the skin from oxidative stress.
All of the ingredients used in our C Perfection Serum are clinically proven active ingredients that will support radiant, healthy skin. We use the highest quality ingredients to make sure you’re getting the vitamins your skin needs.
How to use the C Perfection Serum
Always cleanse your skin to remove toxins, dead skin cells, and environmental pollutants from your skin. Once cleansed and gently dried, apply C Perfection before any other serum or cream to allow for optimum absorption. An active C serum is more acidic, therefore it should be applied first before other more pH balanced formulas are applied.
Use AM and PM for best results, unless you use a Vitamin A cream at night, then only use in the AM. Follow with your favorite nourishing cream.
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Why Do I Need C Perfection Serum?
If you have sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, dull skin, suffer from blemishes, or simply want healthier skin, the C Perfection Serum is for you.
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