Vitamin C From Eating Oranges

Vitamin C From Eating Oranges

Vitamin C From Eating Oranges, You’ll get nearly 100 milligrams of vitamin C from a medium orange weighing approximately 185 grams.

Vitamin C helps  to form collagen and elastin; which keeps your skin looking younger and more supple.

Topical vitamin C

We have a cosmeceutical Vitamin C called Fleur De Mer Vitamin C

What it contains and how it works:

Vitamin C (l-ascorbic acid)

Specially formulated to deliver very high concentrations (11% and 20%) into your skin providing normal, ageing or damaged skin with …

  • Improved, revitalised and a younger looking appearance particularly when skin is sun damaged or prematurely ageing.
  • Lightening of blemishes and pigmentations
  • Reduced signs of fine lines
  • Stimulated collagen for firmer, more hydrated skin
  • Greater skin protection because of its potent anti-oxidant properties.

Fleur De Mer Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is actually coated with microscopic capsules which protect it from elements that could reduce its stability. It is therefore always fresh and also brought to you at an optimum pH with no preservatives, fragrance or colour.

This is the form of Vitamin C which is readily absorbed and utilised by the skin. Although its not an overnight miracle, results do become apparent after a week or two. After that its better looking skin all the time.

Vitamin C (l-ascorbic acid)

How do you choose between the 2 serums:

If you are a first time user and want super quick results go with the 20% serum. You could stay with this or change later to the 11% for ongoing results.

If you have been using the 11% serum for some time and are happy with the results stay with this.

How to get the best results from Fleur De Mer Vitamin C Serums…

Cleanse your face thoroughly and dry. Massage a few drops of Vitamin C Serum into the areas you wish to treat once or even better twice a day. Allow to absorb in and then apply your usual skincare.